Posts Tagged ‘Laissez-faire’

  • What Is Justice? An inquiry into the nature of rights

    August 3rd, 2022 | Rights | journalpulp | 6 Comments

    The concept of justice is inseparable from the concept of rights. The words are deeply interwoven and interconnected — linguistically, legally, lexically, historically, epistemologically. The word “justice” derives from the Latin word jūstitia, which means “rightness” or “righteous.” Jūstitia in turn derives from an even deeper antecedent, and with it the idea of rights: both […]

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  • Universal Healthcare Myths and Truths

    September 24th, 2018 | Health-care | journalpulp | 3 Comments

    Often you will read or hear that, excepting for America, healthcare in all developed countries around the world is recognized as the “basic human right” that it actually is. You will often in the next breath hear that “America is the only civilized country in the world that doesn’t offer universal healthcare to its people.” […]

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  • If Government Doesn’t Provide It, It Will Never Be Provided: The Entrenchment Fallacy

    April 25th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    In response to my latest book, which is an explicit espousal of laissez-faire, I’ve already gotten a few emails and messages with the exact comments I anticipated — anticipated from the moment I first conceived the idea, in fact, because I’ve been fielding these very same questions for well over a decade now. My main […]

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