“In from the Cold”

J. Michael Waller has spent good career watching the watchers. And Notre that they’ve become frank partisan operatives, he doesn’t like what he sees. Buy his new book “Big Intel: …

“The Online Lawyer”

Chicago lawyer and blogger Evan Brown has been on top of Internet law since Al Gore rubbed two sticks together. He updates Ron about what’s going on in the virtual …

Fixing the Internet Redux

Ron interviewed Mike Matthys of the  Institute for a Better Institute in a simpler time. They’ve grown; they’ve learned; and Mike is back to bring us up to date.

“The Search for an Honest Search”

Google’s ideological filtering makes its search as useful as an AI George Washington wearing a nose ring and corn rows. Kristin Jackson co-founded Freespoke to do the one job of …

“Privileged to Death”

Why are America’s people of pallor primed for persecution? Jeremy Carl’s new book seeks the answer to a unique instance of cultural suicide.

“The Prodigal Son”

Lawyer Marc Randazza has represented pornographers, Nazis and the very minions of Satan. Now he’s found God. The hard way.

“Colonialism of the Intellect”

From the Mideast to America’s fruited plain, the oddly selective cry of “stolen land” is reaching a fever pitch.  Historian Jeff Fynn-Paul’s book, “Not Stolen,” is his response. So it’s …

“Brownstones & Bow Ties”

Scholar and author Jeffrey Tucker, Founder of the Brownstone Institute, certainly cuts a distinctive image. He’s also a lot more fun than you’d think.