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It's my weekly visit with Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. With sickness kabuki threatening to return, we talk about why it ever began in the first place. We also visit about his latest experience with the Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye.
Utah's so-called hate crime law took a long time to get passed. But it sure didn't take long to see it misused to punish someone who offended an enforcer. Connor Friedersdorf has an excellent take on how hate crime laws are used to chill speech that people in power don't like.
Not everyone has time or interest in studying economics. Even so, we'd all be better off to understand some basic principles of economics. Isaac Morehouse has a wonderful essay on the division of labor and forbidden knowledge. It might just open your eyes to some of the things we tend to take for granted.
I love Kent McManigal's clear and principled take on liberty. Check out his latest piece on how liberty is illegal. If you want to claim your liberty, you better get used to the idea of being an outlaw of sorts.
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