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Monday, December 11, 2006

Vulgar Liberalism, the New Class, and Publik Skools' War on Independent Thought: A Compendium of Posts

Paging Walter Lippmann
Another Triumph for Victim Disarmament
Deja Vu All Over Again: Homeschoolers Under Attack
The "Progressive" Myth of Gun Control
Two Cheers for Thomas Frank
Those "Anti-Business" Liberals at Work
Another Publik Skool Atrocity
There's a Soccer Mom Born Every Minute
Destroying the Capacity for Independent Thought
George Monbiot Gets It Ass-Backward
Better an Honest Enemy
Robin Hahnel on Social Democracy
Liberal Goo-Goos vs. Left-Libertarians
Free Time, Scheduling, Schooling and Independent Thought
Goo-Goo Historical Mythology
Follow-Up: Goo-Goo Historical Mythology
Bill Kauffman on Human Resources Processing Factories (aka Publik Skools)
A Swell Argument for Gun Control
What Government Schooling Hath Wrought
Vulgar Liberalism Watch (Yeah, You Read it Right"
Follow-Up: Vulgar Liberalism Watch
Monbiot: One Step Back
Quotes on Nanny Statism
Me, Too: Or Why the "Loyal Opposition" is Long on Loyalty, and Short on Opposition
Sam Smith on Liberals and Urban Planning
Phaedrus on the Church of Reason
Gatto: The True History of Public Education
The Trained Dog Ethic
NWA Times: Publik Skools are Big Business
Ford's in His Heaven, All's Right With the World
Managerialism and the State
Stamping Out Ownlife
Vulgar Liberalism Watch, Part 2
Jeffersonian Ends Through Hamiltonian Means
Vulgar Liberalism: Big Business and Its Useful Idiots


Blogger Nick Manley said...

Thanks for collecting these posts of yours. I'm having a great time looking through them and want to add some to my website.

December 11, 2006 8:52 PM  
Blogger Kevin Carson said...

Thanks, Nick. I intended to have all the former Favorite Posts reorganized under these categories some time ago, but fell behind.

December 12, 2006 11:55 AM  

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