… one of toil and blood:
David Friedman is employed by an institution of higher education
that's currently riding the "sustainability" bandwagon. (As is
the University Near
I responded to an email urging faculty members to introduce sustainability into one of their classes by asking if it was all right if I argued against it in mine, and suggesting that a program which consisted entirely of presentations on one side of an issue looked more like propaganda than education.
The result was a talk titled: "Sustainability: Empty Rhetoric or a Bad Idea?" (available as an MP3). Haven't listened to it yet, but I'm dying to find out the answer to the question.
Michael F. Cannon notes another example of Hayek's
timeless perception: inside every leftist is a little authoritarian dying
to get out.
(By the way, thanks to whoever it was used a Pun Salad link to order Hayek's The Constitution of Liberty. It's not exactly a page-turner, but I hope you enjoy it anyway.)
Don't mouseover if you're sensitive to bad words, but otherwise:
useful book for new parents. For the next time you're invited to
a baby shower!
animated GIFs. You won't be sorry you clicked.