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School Choice as a Response to Robert Frank’s Case for the Rational Libertarian

While I’ve not read Robert Frank’s most recent book, The Darwin Economy:  Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good, based on reviews it seems to be an elaboration of an argument that Frank has been making for thirty years:  That competition … Continue reading

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Why do we see honorable characters in fantasy novels but not in reality television?

In reading about the concept of honor in Japanese society at Bronze Doors last week I noticed, as is typically the case, that the students are fascinated.  Adolescents, I find, crave a sense of honor.  I asked them if characters … Continue reading

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Bronze Doors Academy Launched

I just spent a couple of weeks in Austin (with a side trip on Free Cities to Honduras) to help Ariel and Lucas Miller launch The Bronze Doors Academy.  In addition to cool courses such as stop-motion animation and learning … Continue reading

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