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Patenting and Profiting from the Corona Virus Vaccine

Labour fanboy Owen Jones, writing in the Guardian, opines that The Covid vaccine will benefit humanity – we should all own the patent. I agree, but disagree with much of his reasoning as to why. The Pfizer/BioNTech experimental vaccine itself … Continue reading

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Who Will Have Access to the Coronavirus Vaccine?

The Guardian asks How will the world’s poorest people get a coronavirus vaccine? What are they suggesting? Vaccines for Covid-19 are coming. Billions of dollars are flowing in, over 100 efforts are under way, and at least 13 leading candidates are already … Continue reading

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In Business, Meritocracy Always Wins

NBC has a new article titled Reality check: Why #MeToo will not stop men from hiring women. Some of the arguments made seem to border on being anti-meritocratic. As the #MeToo movement marches on with no signs of slowing, the … Continue reading

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My Answers to 11 Questions To See If Statists Are Hypocrites

In response to Salon’s 11 questions to see if Libertarians are hypocrites (which I answer here), Michael Suede of Libertarian News offers 11 Questions To See If Statists Are Hypocrites. Turnabout is fair play, I suppose, though I must say, using the term … Continue reading

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My Answers to Salon’s 11 Questions to see if Libertarians are Hypocrites

Salon, one of the world’s most unbiased news sources, has published an article claiming to expose the contradictions and faulty logic of libertarians with 11 questions. Here are just the questions (with enough context to allow you to understand them), along … Continue reading

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