Monday, August 29, 2005


Diana managed to (slightly) dampen my enthusiasm for the future of philosophy with this post. The WSJ has an interesting discussion on the global move toward flat taxes (unfortuantely still justified by altruistic arguments). John Mauldin has more thoughts on the housing market (scroll to paragraph beginning with "Gary North writes"). Finally, here is an older article presenting data showing just how badly public schools are failing. I'm generally not a fan of Reason magazine due to its libertarian slant, but every now and then they have an article that simply reports facts, and these are normally quite good.


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