Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Seavey on Splice and in Brown University's Crosshairs

I’ve neglected this blog for a year while the action has continued on Facebook and Twitter -- and also on, where my latest weekly column ties into one of this blog’s earliest topics, my time at left-wing Brown University, where I have belatedly discovered activists (apparently) falsely accused me of a crime.

(But check out this archive of all my Splice columns, and as always, buy everyone you know a copy of my short but thorough book Libertarianism for Beginners.)


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Jack Loom said...

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