Just this weekend, I spoke at one of my favorite venues, the Liberty Forum in New Hampshire, which is an annual conference center on the Free State Project. It’s designed to encourage people to pick up and move to the freest state in the country for community and to help […]
In Defense of Uncertainty
I don’t know. On a scale of 1 to 10, how squeamish does this sentence make you feel? If the verbiage floating around social media is any indication, 21st century Canadians score pretty high in terms of our intolerance of uncertainty. In fact, we seem to be drunk on certainty, […]
Dr Naomi Wolf on Kristina Borjesson Show
GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr Naomi Wolf attended Yale University receiving her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1984. Naomi returned to New College, Oxford completing her Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature in 2015. Naomi is an author, a feminist and previous political advisor to Presidential Campaigns of Bill Clinton […]
Does Wealth Require Bad Government and Religious Extremism?
Does Wealth Require Bad Government and Religious Extremism? In a word, “Yes.” Imagine a nation, any nation, that suddenly stumbles upon vast quantities of unearned wealth; what would happen? Now, for our purposes, it doesn’t really matter what that unearned wealth might be – it could be a magic meteor […]
Is Morality Possible Without God?
Is Morality Possible Without God? Regardless, it’s more likely with him. Is morality possible without God? It’s an interesting question that has divided scholars for decades, if not centuries, but it’s largely irrelevant to economists; rather, as economists, we should be asking about the tradeoffs implied by the question: namely, […]
Speaking Up: The Struggle to Remain True
Here’s a poem I wrote in October of 2019, before the world became unrecognizable: She Opened Her Mouth and the Roof Fell In She opened her mouth and the roof fell in. The walls collapsed around her and the house she had built with the sweat of her […]