The Argument from Intimidation: A Confession of Intellectual Impotence
People who use this method do so because “they have no arguments, no evidence, no proof, no reason, no ground to stand on.” —Ayn Rand
FEEcon 2019: Sprouting Optimism, Growing Liberty
The intelligence, passion for ideas, and interest in moral foundations demonstrated by FEEcon speakers and attendees give lovers of liberty reason for optimism.
TOS-Con 48-Hour Sale for Adults—Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Save 15% on registration to TOS-Con 2019: Philosophy for Freedom and Flourishing. Offer ends Wednesday, June 19 at 11:59 PM!
Suffused with Sunlight: The Paintings of John White Alexander
John White Alexander’s paintings demonstrated refined romanticism and a sense of benevolent, sunlit tranquility.
The Green New Deal: A Plan to Sink America
As we’ve seen over and over and over throughout history, freedom, not more unchecked government power, is the only way to dramatically increase both the quality and affordability of anything. The Green New Deal would instead entrench unchecked government power even further into American politics.
Tulsa’s Art Deco Heritage
Art deco sought to reconcile industrial mass production with the fine arts in a way that was both inspirational and elegant: to replace the stately permanence of classical architecture with a vibrancy and dynamism appropriate to the new technological age.