Aug 222009
 

Most of the time of a big fan of the folks at the Mises Institute. I’m also a big fan of agorist approaches to health care/insurance. However, I don’t think I can get behind Han’s-Hermann Hoppe’s “Four Step Healthcare Solution“. It lends itself too well to Margaret Sanger’s brand of eugenics. Continue reading »

Jun 052009
 

I’ve found a couple interesting speeches from a recent Austrian Scholars Conference about Christian views on economy, specifically private property and capitalism. I’ll post more as I discover and listen to them.

Nineteenth Century Conservative Protestant Theory and the Biblical View of Property by Shawn Ritenour (player, mp3)

Catholic Social Teaching and the Austrian School Revisited: A Reply to Thomas Storck by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. (player, mp3)

The latter seems to be a follow up to one or all of these:

The Trouble with Catholic Social Teaching by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. (player, mp3)

The Crisis in Catholic Social Teaching on Economics by William Luckey (player, mp3)

The Trouble with Catholic Social Teaching by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. (player, mp3)

Jun 052009
 

With the Penguins doing well in the Stanley Cup finals, I’m sure I’ll take some flack from my fellow Pittsburghers for posting this. Oh well. 😉

A recent Austrian Scholars Conference speech from March of this year, Socialized Sports: Your Money at Work by Devin Leary-Hanebrink (player, mp3), does a good job of explaining why the Pittsburgh should have let the Penguins leave instead of promising them a new arena.