The state should never force anyone to perform an action he or she believes to be wrong, unless it has a good reason, not merely to have the action performed, but to insist that even those who find it wrong perform it.
Author: David Andreas (David Andreas)
Defending Alasdair MacIntyre’s Economics
Alasdair MacIntyre may be wrong about the details of finance, but he is right on the largest questions of political economy.
Same-Sex Marriage and Formal Discrimination
Another reason the analogy between same-sex marriage and interracial marriage fails.
A Dicey Proposal
Principled reasons and practical considerations suggest that proposals to legalize casino gambling misunderstand what is good for cities and states, and ultimately for people as well.
Why Conservatives Should Care About Transit
Public transit and walkable neighborhoods are necessary for the creation of a country where families and communities can flourish.