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Daily Archive for May 11th, 2011

Kurt Vonnegut’s A Man Without A Country, published in 2005, is a short entertaining memoir full of wit and candor. Unfortunately, it also contains a good deal of commentary on his politics, which simply reveals him as another partisan hack in support of all things progressive. He also seems to hate all those who disagree. [...]

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Three pieces from The New York Times: Friedrich A. Hayek, Big-Government Skeptic—May 8, 2011 Keynes vs. Hayek: A Rap Battle Renewed—April 28, 2011 Hayek: The Back Story—July 9, 2010 Then from the Encyclopedia Britannica Blog, Hayek’s Big Week, and the Hayek Century (May 9, 2011), via Frank Wilson.   Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2011 James Ament Bookmark on Delicious Digg this [...]

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Proust Questionnaire: Albert Brooks

From Vanity Fair, here is how the “interview” with Albert Brooks starts: What is your idea of perfect happiness? Not sure what happiness means. Need to look that up. What is your greatest fear? That three days before I die I’ll find out what happiness means.     Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2011 James Ament Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post [...]

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