History/Culture

Race and IQ: Mixed Populations

Originally Published on The Alternative Hypothesis One argument for heredetarianism (the view that genes are an important cause of racial IQ differences) is that, around the world, mixed-race populations have IQs, or other standardized test scores, that are intermediate between the two races they are a mixture of. Of course it’s messy, and we’re relying… Continue reading Race and IQ: Mixed Populations

Current Events, Politics/Economics

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The New Face of the Democratic (Socialist) Party

Originally Published on Mises.org After pulling off a major upset in the Democratic Primary for New York’s 14th congressional district, 28-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is now being touted as the new face of the Democratic Party. Ocasio’s victory has rejuvenated the Democratic Party and liberals naitionwide. For many on the Left, Ocasio’s recent victory is a breath of fresh… Continue reading Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The New Face of the Democratic (Socialist) Party

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

Medieval Libertarianism

Originally published on Bionic Mosquito The stateless Middle Ages were the only example of a functioning anarchic order in the West. The ‘Reactionary’ Libertarianism of Frank van Dun, by Richard Storey. Forgive the length of this post and the multiple links.  I am thinking it is necessary to capture and summarize my thoughts on this topic,… Continue reading Medieval Libertarianism