HispanicPundit + history + liberalism   27

Liberals and Eugenics « The Enterprise Blog
The strong connection - even though many try to deny it.
liberalism  racism  history  tnr  aei  sidebar 
march 2010 by HispanicPundit
Selective Memory, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
Progressives like to list their successes that conservatives opposed...heres a list of the opposite.
liberalism  history  conservatives  tnr  kling  sidebar 
december 2009 by HispanicPundit
How I'd Sell Civilization to Cavemen, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
"I've got a lot to say about [the book] Spent, but I'll start by insisting that any half-decent salesman could sell civilization to cavemen. The salesman should start by mentioning that civilization ends hunger. In fact, by working for an hour or two a day, you can go to a "grocery store" and choose between tens of thousands of tasty foods. If that's not enough, civilization keeps people warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and dry all year long. And even if it doesn't drastically raise adult life expectancy, civilization does wonders for infant and child mortality. Do you think cavemen might miss their kids when they die? If so, civilization has much to offer them."
books  poverty  liberalism  history  capitalism  caplan  sidebar 
july 2009 by HispanicPundit
Think Twice Before You Wear Your Free Mumia T-shirt - Freakonomics - Opinion - New York Times Blog
You gotta love liberal heros...cop killers, terrorists, there seems to be no one so evil that leftists wont champion.
liberalism  philosophy  History  freakonomics  sidebar 
april 2008 by HispanicPundit
EconLog, Progressives, Eugenics, and Airbrushing, Arnold Kling: Library of Economics and Liberty
"For Nearing in 1912, preventing some members of society from reproducing was closely linked to a progressive program that included the redistribution of income, the elimination of war, and the “emancipation” of women (Nearing, 1912). Nearing’s thou
liberalism  History  race  Kling  sidebar 
march 2008 by HispanicPundit
Marginal Revolution: Liberal Fascism
Reviewing Jonah Goldberg's recent book, Liberal Fascism.
books  liberalism  History  sidebar 
january 2008 by HispanicPundit
RealClearPolitics - Articles - To Dodd: Education Is Not Always the Answer
The role of intellectuals in the atrocities of the past...and why liberals tend to favor education so much.
liberalism  education  academia  communist  Socialism  History  Stalin  sidebar 
november 2007 by HispanicPundit
The Volokh Conspiracy - The McCarthey Era and Popular Culture:
"Whatever one thinks about the McCarthy era, you didn't get hauled before HUAC because you talked to strangers, wore the wrong colored socks, or ate at strange restaurants. And the idea that random nonconformists had a "better than even chance" of being c
history  liberalism  civil-rights  coulter  sidebar 
october 2007 by HispanicPundit
Why Trotsky? « Matt Zeitlin: Impetuous Young Whippersnapper
Why Trotsky is so loved by the Left, especially Jewish Left and how that is intimately connected to Neocons.
neocons  foreignpolicy  communist  liberalism  History  sidebar 
october 2007 by HispanicPundit
New Takes on the New Deal - WSJ.com
Economists duke it out on FDR and the new deal. Econodebate.
economics  History  liberalism  laissez-faire  debates  FDR 
february 2007 by HispanicPundit
History News Network - Terrorists and the Left
Why the extreme left joins the terrorists in hating the USA.
foreignpolicy  liberalism  usa  History  Iraq 
january 2007 by HispanicPundit
WorldNetDaily: Mexican flag flies at U.S. post office
We need to ship every single one of these 'Mexicans' back to Mexico. Nothing will make you more pro-USA than that.
chicanoism  mexico  liberalism  history 
september 2006 by HispanicPundit
The Anti-Chomskyan Redoubt
A new blog debunking the many errors of Noam Chomsky, hero of the left.
liberalism  history  liberals  chomsky 
august 2006 by HispanicPundit

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