On Education

When I say the word education, whether internally or externally, my imagination fills the void with someone standing in front of a chalkboard and others sitting quietly or goofing off quietly. Aristotle says, “Hence a young man is not a proper hearer of lectures on political science; for he is inexperienced in the actions that occur in …

On tolerance for monopoly

It is one of the mysteries that those who rail against monopolies call on a monopoly for defense against monopoly and rarely if ever acknowledge the impossibility of their railing. From when we are wee little lads we are trained, indoctrinated to be wary of the robber baron, the capitalist, the entrepreneur, the business man. …

Redistribution extended

Have you ever considered that security services are redistributed every bit as much as food or health services and in fact have been so for much longer. These services (police, judges) are payed for by some and distributed to all. Why are some coerced into paying for the services that others take? Why do those …