By Mark Draughn on June 29, 2011
Acouple of things from the other blog: Maggie McNeill gives a nice overview of the different styles of laws about prostitution. My road trip gives me an excuse to address one of the sillier arguments against libertarianism.
By Mark Draughn on June 6, 2011
Over at Nobody’s Business, I explain why Professor Steven Levitt’s daughter should have the right to become a drug-addled prostitute. No, really.
By Mark Draughn on May 23, 2011
A few weeks ago, Peter Moskos asked the folks at The Agitator to explain a few things about libertarianism and the need for compassion. Now, in a fit of shameless self-promotion, I’d like to link to my three part answer at Nobody’s Business: Part 1: Ideology Part 2: Force and Freedom Part 3: Compassion Taken […]
By Mark Draughn on April 17, 2011
I think I have an idea how Jewish kids feel at Christmas time: Lots of people in the libertarian blogosphere are really excited about the new Atlas Shrugged movie, but I just can’t bring myself to care. If you care why I don’t care, and I’m not saying you should, you can read all about […]
By Mark Draughn on April 7, 2010
My latest post at When Falls the Coliseum takes on the issue of why the police in Fairfax County, Virginia, should be more forthcoming about how and why one of their officers shot and killed an unarmed man. Jennifer tells me I need to work on my self-promotion skills, so I’ll just say that I […]
By Mark Draughn on March 22, 2010
In my latest piece for When Falls the Coliseum, I try to explain why we work, and it’s not for the money. To be honest, I kind of rushed this piece out to meet my self-imposed goal of posting something on WFTC every week. It’s really not very good. I wouldn’t read it if I […]
By Mark Draughn on March 15, 2010
When Falls the Coliseum is a way-cool group blog run by Scott Stein. I know its cool because (1) an earlier version of the site had posts and comments just like a blog even though it launched in 1999 and had to be administered by hand because nobody had written blogging software yet, (2) Nick […]