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  • 8 years

    A brief case for evidence-based medicine

    Few people would openly admit that they prefer irrational treatments and doctors.  But most people do in fact advocate irrational health practices – using pseudonyms for “irrational” as “holistic,” “alternative,” “homeopathic” and the deadly “natural...

  • 8 years

    The one minute case for jury nullification

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    The role of a jury is to apply the law to the facts
    A trial ought to be, a fact-finding process, conducted in order to determine whether pre-existing legal principles are applicable to a specific case.  It should not be a religious, philosophical, or political discourse – that is, the rules by which guilt...

  • 8 years

    The One Minute Case For Usury

    There is no objective criteria for what rate of interests is “usury”
    Usury originally meant the practice of charging interest on loans.  Sometime during Medieval times, the charging interest as such became politically acceptable and the term change to mean charging excessive interest rates.  However, there is no objective...

  • 8 years

    The one minute case against “special interests” as the cause of corruption in po...

    It is often said that  “special interests” are to blame for economic problems and corruption. But “special interests” are only a symptom, not the cause of the disease.
    Pressure groups are inherent in a mixed economy
    In a populist democracy with a mixed economy, every group that participates in the political system is a “special interest”, with the incentive and the power to use the political system to extract benefits for its members at the at the expense of everyone...

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