Archive for July 1st, 2002

Read Part 1. The official version — at least the former official version, I don’t know if Barbara Branden’s hagiography in Who Is Ayn Rand? is in the canon any more — of how Ayn Rand met her husband goes like this: One morning, she boarded a streetcar as usual for the long ride to […]

Aaron Haspel | Posted July 1, 2002 @ 10:46 PM | General

Peter Beinart argues in this week’s New Republic that whoever opposes affirmative action on moral grounds must oppose racial profiling on the same grounds. The syllogism runs: opponents of affirmative action base their moral case on “the principle of color blindness”; they often support racial profiling, which isn’t color-blind; therefore they don’t believe in color […]

Aaron Haspel | Posted July 1, 2002 @ 3:25 PM | General

Our guest Constitutional scholars, last seen discussing the Second Amendment, are back for more.

Aaron Haspel | Posted July 1, 2002 @ 8:21 AM | General