Month: March 2005

What you're not hearing about the UN's Millenium Ecosystem Assessment

Tim Worstall at TCS: Tech Central Station reports the “shocking and almost unbelievable” news 1,300


The more I read about the Terri Schiavo case, the more some things smell fishy,

Living Wills a "solution"?

I spent some time tonight working on a “health care choices directive” for myself. The

Johnnie Cochran and lessons learned

There is one less warrior standing between citizens and unrestrained government power. Johnnie Cochran Dead

Old sayings

One of the sayings I heard a lot growing up was “Beggars can’t be choosers.”

Bearing arms and economic development

David Kopel at The Volokh Conspiracy asks “Does the Right to Arms Impede or Promote