A Spontaneous Order

A Spontaneous Order: Epistemology & Praxeology

Consider purchasing a copy of A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case For A Stateless Society Introduction: Science & Knowledge The primary task of epistemology is to construct a theory that describes knowledge and how it is attained. Epistemology grapples with the nature and nuances of knowledge: its function, its operation, and its boundaries. The systematic… Continue reading A Spontaneous Order: Epistemology & Praxeology

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Demands for Regime Change Recede in Syria Talks

Chances for progress in drawing down the Syrian war have improved after the latest round of U.N.-led negotiations, with a main opposition delegation dropping the demand for immediate regime change, Russia's ambassador in Geneva, Alexei Borodavkin, told the press on Saturday. The seventh round of talks, concluded in Geneva on Friday, saw a significant change in approach… Continue reading Demands for Regime Change Recede in Syria Talks

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U.S. Sells Patriot Missiles to East European Nations

The United States in the last week has initiated Patriot missile sales to multiple East European and Baltic countries, as well as deployed the missile system in Lithuania for NATO war game exercises. “The deployment of Patriots is important because it demonstrates that such moves are no longer a taboo in the region,” Lithuanian Defense… Continue reading U.S. Sells Patriot Missiles to East European Nations

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Fake News Cries Russia…Again

Yet another Russia story is being reported breathlessly from our nation's fakest major media outlets, this time hyperventilating over the claim that the Russians are trying to hack into U.S. nuclear infrastructure. The New York Times, Newsweek, Bloomberg, the Washington Post, NBC, the Chicago Tribune, Business Insider, the Hill and numerous other outlets have pushed the idea that Russia is behind recent malicious… Continue reading Fake News Cries Russia…Again

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Ceasefire Holds in Southwest Syria

A ceasefire agreement brokered by the United States and Russia was implemented in Southwestern Syria on Sunday. It appears to have held throughout Monday, despite minor violations. “The situation is relatively calm,” said Suhaib al-Ruhail, a spokesman for Alwiyat al-Furqan, a rebel faction active in al-Quneitra. Other rebel groups reported no significant fighting since the deal took effect.… Continue reading Ceasefire Holds in Southwest Syria