Episode 57 – Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin and state courts...

Boxing is typically more of a fringe sport compared to the most popular American sports, but that does not mean that huge amounts...

Episode 56 – How the disincentive of untransferred risk helps to...

Sometimes people are just so wrong that you rebut them twice! This is the case with Matthew Green, a cryptography professor at John Hopkins...

Katy Khaos

Net Neutrality is a Bad Idea

When has a new law/regulations ever encouraged innovation, freedom, high quality service and low cost? "Many of us see the U.S. government as a benevolent...

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Namgurk and Crispin

There he goes breaking windows again

Yes, here's another Reductio ad absurdum to demonstrate the broken window fallacy. Don't fall for it.   See the other Namgurk and Crispin cartoons.

Crispin and the Non-Aggression Principle

Here is a Reductio ad absurdum to demonstrate that the Non-Aggression Principle is not axiomatic.  It is a great guideline, but be careful saying...

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