Alrenous · @Alrenous

12th Mar 2015 from TwitLonger

If I go @_Hurlock_ here, does it work?

Insert joke about this being a bucket-list-associated prize (that I was going to do anyway).
So I've done this twice now. If I have to do it again I might actually start using tags.

Economics and anarchy, narcissistic reading list:
Anti-Luddite from first principles.
Versus logic and game theory.
More on this in section 2.
It's not impossible that I forgot about how consent of the governed would interact with residency contracts.
Not great, but points out modern codes of laws have been short-circuited; they are encoded arbitrariness.
Breaking my chronological convention to post a subsidiary:
Cost of taxes from first principles. My simplifications only moderately exaggerate the problem!
How intellectual property could be repaired, by example.
More subsidiary:
Anarchism -can- be experimentally tested. It's not even hard.
I wasn't always particularly good at this stuff.

There's several versions of the same essay on property rights. I know you read the latest one, so I hope you don't read these progressively worse versions:

I guess I'll tie this one on too:

Also I have a new one in draft form.

Of course you've already read this, but to cap it off I'll include it anyway:

Less narcissistic:

My primary economic textbooks.

Good summary of how Rome caused feudalism:

What about the roads?
France is already substantially private, and last I checked it wasn't the road Venezuela.
Speaking of roads, traffic signs make them less efficient and more dangerous:

Police are not the right approach to crime:
As per title. Summary: $1 of revenue costs $20 of GDP.
The compounding effect of taxes by, shockingly, the NYT
Consider compounding Laffer-related missed GDP growth.

USG's frankenstein medical system's problems were caused by the government in the first place: Much as Rome killed itself.

Of general interest, advertising is very, very expensive.

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