Offense wins politics

by Vox Day -- Defense wins championships. That is the mantra of the National Football League, and it is a valid concept. Last year's Super Bowl was decided when one of the more…

Too evil to live

by Vox Day -- While much of the world news at the end of last week was focused on the skyborne ash that has brought international air travel to a near standstill, more…

Understanding the numbers

by Vox Day -- The American economy appears to be in a cyclical recovery that is gaining strength. Firms have begun to hire and consumer spending seems to be accelerating. That is more…

Ignoring history's lessons

by Vox Day -- ALAN GREENSPAN, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, proclaimed last month that no one could have predicted the housing bubble. "Everybody missed it," he said, "academia, the more…

Conservatives are doomed

by Vox Day -- Vox Day interviewed John Derbyshire, the National Review contributor and author of "We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism," on March 23, 2010. Who is this "we" of whom more…

Blame Republicans

by Vox Day -- For the last three weeks, the conservative media and Republican Internet sites have been up in arms about the monstrosity that is the de facto nationalization of the more…

Against the New Atheism

by Vox Day -- Now that its moment in the media sun has passed, the New Atheism is fading fast. Richard Dawkins has repeatedly demonstrated why he needs to be put out more…

The cross of debt

by Vox Day -- Ordinary people, farmers and fishermen, taxpayers, doctors, nurses, teachers are being asked to shoulder through their taxes a burden that was created by irresponsible greedy bankers. – Iceland more…

Interview with John Williams

by Vox Day -- Vox Day interviewed John Williams on April 26, 2009. What is your basis for believing the official statistics underestimate unemployment and inflation? I've been a consulting economist for more…

Deflation versus inflation

by Vox Day -- After last week's report on CPI-U core inflation from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which was either -0.1 percent or 0.1 percent depending upon whose mathematics inspires you more…