Olsen’s Nation is a parody on steroids. At every turn, author Randy Quarles mercilessly lampoons the Obama administration. His fictional president’s name is Bodvar Olsen. There’s also CACA (the “Cheap and Accessible Care Act”), WHOT (the “White House Office of Truth”), and countless other acronyms characteristic of the American executive branch since FDR. Small drinking glasses […]Read more "Randy Quarles Lampoons Obamacare"
Although Christopher D. Winnan’s e-book 3D Printers: The Next Technology Goldrush is not always polished, the book provides an exhaustive amount of information and covers the topic of additive manufacturing technology and the societal revolution well. Perhaps the most revolutionary thing about additive manufacturing is the possibility that it could completely overturn the prevailing production […]Read more "3D Printing and the Future of Production"
If you’re a libertarian looking for a fun, engaging, culturally-relevant novel to read, then look no further than Matthew Weber’s The Bull. The Bull distills many tenets of libertarian theory into an easy-to-read work of fiction. The role of government, the nuisance of regulation, the virtue of the individual, and even some basic economic theory […]Read more "Book Review: Matthew Weber’s The Bull"
Wendy McElroy’s new book, The Art of Being Free, is a marvelous and intimate collection of thoughts on the state of freedom in our world. McElroy’s name is at once both ubiquitous and unknown in the world of libertarianism. She has written multiple books (including Freedom, Feminism, and the State and The Reasonable Woman: A Guide to Intellectual Survival), […]Read more "McElroy Reaches New Heights with The Art of Being Free"