Two new batches of data have emerged in recent weeks studying peoples’ tendency to think in zero-sum terms. One piece … Continue reading "How zero-sum thinking leads to zero-sum policies"
Earlier this year, progressive columnist Ezra Klein wrote a column criticising ‘everything-bagel liberalism’ (by “liberalism”, Klein meant left wing progressivism, … Continue reading "The problem with ‘everything-bagel’ YIMBYism"
Increasing crime rates are always cause for concern, but the UK’s pathetically low rates of crime solving are making the … Continue reading "Protection, containment, and restitution – a liberal vision of criminal justice"
Recent ONS figures show that in 2022, net migration into the UK exceeded 600,000 people, with more than 1m people … Continue reading "Why we should not obsess about headline net migration figures"
For a brief period in the mid-late 2010s, it looked like the Culture War might be an environment in which … Continue reading "Why liberals should not take a side in the Culture War"
With a selection of MPs and authors attempting to launch a National Conservative movement in the UK, my colleague Alex … Continue reading "National Conservatism – another liberal response"
Those of us in the free market movement who spend too much time online are acutely aware that libertarians have … Continue reading "Book review: “Burning Down The House” by Andrew Koppelman"
Any free market liberal worth their salt will be familiar with the basic argument made about central planning by the … Continue reading "Don Lavoie: The most important libertarian – and Leftist! – you’ve never heard of"
Traditionally, the outcome of midterm elections, held two years before and after presidential elections, are rather predictable: the incumbent President’s … Continue reading "It’s (probably) still the economy, stupid!"