Tackles the problem that is the so-called public schools, showing that they are fundamentally corrupt and unfixable, and must be abolished.
Interviews with five rising innovators in the field of private education, discussing their organizations, missions, philosophies, and offerings.
Examines the Golden Age of Islam and considers the ideas of some of its leading thinkers, telling “a story of great achievements—and their rejection; of great heroes—and their defeat; of great minds—and their suppression; ultimately, of great danger—and its cancerous growth.”
Examines Harris’s claims to have grounded his brand of utilitarianism in reality, and finds them wanting.
Examines the crucial need for advocates of liberty to uphold the same cognitive standard in considering moral matters as they do in considering political matters.
Surveys Apple’s staggering creation of great products, new markets, and massive wealth—for itself, its customers, and its competitors.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy, by William J. Dobson.
Daniel Wahl reviews The One World Schoolhouse: Education Reimagined, by Salman Khan.
Kevin Douglas reviews Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders, by Jason L. Riley.
Craig Biddle introduces the Winter 2012–13 issue.
Jason Iplixian writes a brief letter praising Craig Biddle's blog post about the political left and right.