Dennis Pratt and I conclude our conversation from last week. He talks about his next big project, a bus tour. Sounds fun. And he talks more about Quora.
And then I, your humble LocoFocovian, provide you a sample Quora Q&A. The A is mine.
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This week's podcast features Paul "Term Limits" Jacob. Paul is president of the Liberty Initiative Fund, and publishes commentary every day at ThisIsCommonSense.org.
This episode is an echo (crossover podcast) with Paul's podcast "This Week in Common Sense."
Another out-take from my conversation with Stephan Kinsella.
We muse on life under pandemic and panic.
An outtake from episode 21 of the LocoFoco Netcast! Only for folks on this platform.
I tagged a special moment in history at the end of this week’s Paul Jacob podcast, “Pathogenic in People” — hint: it explains the title.
Yesterday I published something I wrote a week ago, on a theme that has been on my mind for over a yeae.
…and I think it is one of the better episodes of the podcast. Yeah, it is long. But it is worth it.
Three ideas stand out, to whet your appetite:
1. CO2 is not a driver of climate change. CO2 is a benefit to the global climate at current levels and and (we hope) future higher levels.
2. The true , hidden history of the ancient Israelite is shocking but fascinating, and has been staring at well-read individuals for 1900 years.
3. The bizarre ability of experts to be completely wrong on a subject, and to push their error in unscientific ways, can be explained by one simple metaphor: the bandwagon.
Give it a try, if you haven’t already: