Isaiah's Job by Albert Jay Nock

Fabulous link, VDL. I found myself laughing uproariously. I don't suppose that will qualify me for the Seven Thousand but I'll cheer on from the grandstand, which can't be much more than seven hundred thousand.

Posted by james wilson at May 24, 2016 1:49 PM

Obviously the author was educated in the classical way; people just don't write and argue like this anymore. Such a broad and liberal mind, so well read, so well argued--an absolute pleasure to read. I remember in the early 90s in law school we had an elderly guest professor (I believe Afred Conard); his writing about law was so beautiful, citing all manner of literature, classics, history, so unlike all modern legal writing (dry, boring, tedious). I remember then looking up his educational history--he was educated at Harvard in the 30s. This is the same type of writing, something you see so rarely today. A pity. It is his argument--all appealing to the masses

Posted by rjl at May 24, 2016 7:16 PM

In other words, the market is but a tool; and like any other tool it is very useful with the problems it is designed for.

There are no magic wands.

Pick your tools according to their uses; use your tools for their proper purposes.

(And put them away clean and in their proper locations because that was what dad said.)


Posted by Mikey NTH at May 24, 2016 9:05 PM

McKinney police have said charges, including evading arrest, against Harris' client, 18 year old Adrian Martin, will be dropped. Harris said Martin does not intend to sue for being arrested and jailed.

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She points out how both her sons are arrogant and cruel but her younger son Jeetendra is particularly abrasive. "When he loses his temper, he would abuse me in such foul language that I would tremble in fear and anger. He often threatened to kill me if I didn sign property papers he placed beofre me. He brook no questions and began shouting if I dilly dallied," she says and adds, "My late husband Raghuraj too died heartbroken following harrassment and suffering at the hands of our sons in his advanced age. They tried everything possible to shut me up too and felt the fear of embarassment will keep me quiet. But I decided that at my age, I have nothing to lose. I found much of what she felt so heartrending that I tried to soften the language and make it milder. But when Jayatai read the first draft she was furious and asked me not to soften what she was saying. Let the world see the times we living in."

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The game was deadlocked at 38 38 heading into the fourth.

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