Nightcap

  1. Free speech is more important than ever Niall Ferguson, Quillette
  2. Is it racist to expect black kids to do real math? John McWhorter, It Bears Mentioning
  3. Revolt of the three feudatories Wikipedia
  4. War and trade in the peaceful century (pdf) Karlsson & Hedberg, EHR

Nightcap

  1. Cancelling Dr Seuss Jason Brennan, 200-Proof Liberals
  2. Post-socialist migration Azra Hromadžić, Fieldsites
  3. Presidential war powers Andrew Desiderio, Politico
  4. Cancelling the Muppets Paul du Quenoy, Critic

Nightcap

  1. Why free speech matters Andrew Doyle, spiked!
  2. Thinking the worst of ourselves Jackson Arn, Hedgehog Review
  3. Feyerabend: Westernization and culture Bill Rein, NOL
  4. Did America have a founding? Jeff Polet, Modern Age

Nightcap

  1. Aliens Robin Hanson, Overcoming Bias
  2. War, Peace, and the State (pdf) Murray Rothbard, The Standard
  3. The new ruling class (h/t Michalis) Helen Andrews, Hedgehog Review
  4. Free speech and socialist dictatorships Sharansky & Troy, Tablet

Nightcap

  1. Depicting extraterritoriality Mathew Hart (interview), JHIBlog
  2. America’s plot for world domination Robert Merry, TAC
  3. Beyond the !Kung (but no Wilmsen?) Manvir Singh, Aeon
  4. In high praise of Parler Eugene Volokh, Volokh Conspiracy

Nightcap

  1. Who wants common sense? Robin Hanson, Overcoming Bias
  2. Theory versus common sense: the Dutch Notes On Liberty
  3. Scotland’s new blasphemy law Madeleine Kearns, L&L
  4. Academic corruption: government money Arnold Kling, askblog

Nightcap

  1. Who gets the art? Dutch questions about plundered colonies Toby Sterling, Reuters
  2. Who was John Lothrop Motley? Wikipedia
  3. Children of the Holocaust Edward Packard, History Today
  4. Onchocerca volvulus and freedom of speech Natalie Solent, Samizdata

Nightcap

  1. On press freedom Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  2. Remembering David Graeber Nicholas Haggerty, Commonweal
  3. Selling the revolution to Iran’s next generation Suzanne Maloney, WOTR
  4. How Europeans viewed the Turks Margaret Meserve, TLS

Nightcap

  1. South Korea’s racism problem Tae-jun Kang, Diplomat
  2. The bullets and the battle: a dialogue Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  3. The nation-state and astropolitics Nick Nielsen, The View from Oregon
  4. Cancel culture and conservative glass houses Shikha Dalmia, Week

Nightcap

  1. This is your US Constitution on drugs Ilya Shapiro, National Affairs
  2. The early years of Communist Party rule Ian Johnson, NY Times
  3. Why Leftists prefer and even encourage “cancel culture” Chris Bertram, Crooked Timber
  4. The rumour about the Jews Francesca Trivellato, Aeon
  5. New light on the dark interwar years Tony Barber, Financial Times

Nightcap

  1. Is the 2nd Amendment a rejection of nobility? John DeMaggio, Hill
  2. Is Big Tech wrecking democracy? Jonathan Taplin (interview), ScheerPost
  3. The virtue in violence? Faisal Devji, Los Angeles Review of Books
  4. When is speech violence? Bill Rein, NOL

Nightcap

  1. On broken treaties with the Natives Anderson & Crepelle, the Hill
  2. The EU’s last shot at redemption? Austin Doehler, War on the Rocks
  3. The flailing states of Britain and the US Pankaj Mishra, LRB
  4. Political freedom’s revelatory effect Matthew Crawford, Hedgehog Review

Nightcap

  1. The Harpers free speech letter and controversy Tyler Cowen, MR
  2. The Religious Roots of a New Progressive Era Ross Douthat, NYT
  3. America, China, and the Dark Forest Niall Ferguson, Bloomberg
  4. Don’t confuse reality with science fiction Scott Sumner, MoneyIllusion

Nightcap

  1. Behind the Iron Curtain: Soviet space art (gallery) Kadish Morris, Guardian
  2. The year I left the Soviet Union Alex Halberstadt, New Yorker
  3. Free speech, libel, and privacy rights Mark Hemmingway, RealClearPolitics
  4. 8 out of 10 Texans already live in cities and metropolitan areas Steven Pedigo, Dallas Morning News

Nightcap

  1. In defense of Democratic war socialism Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. China brought NATO closer together Ringsmose & Rynning, WOTR
  3. In praise of trade frictions Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  4. “We are in Soviet times again” Tara Burton, City Journal