Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos joins me for our weekly check-in. We talk about the whirlwind first week of a new, power-hungry administration, and some of the perverse compliance incentives that are headed our way.
There’s a fair amount of talk these days about implementing greater gun control. Robert E. Wright has a thought-provoking essay on why you should support the right to keep and bear arms, even if you don’t like guns.
No one in his or her right mind would identify as a helicopter parent. But a lot of us act like one. Annie Holmquist has a great take on how to free yourself, and your kids, from the anxious, hovering type of parenting.
Unity can be a great thing–as long as it’s voluntary. When it’s coerced, it’s neither necessary or desirable. Thomas L. Knapp explains why this is especially true regarding political unity.