Winter 2015 • Vol. 10, No. 4
Black Slaves Who Could Have Been American Founders
Examines slave rebellions in early America, showing that those who led them did so for the same reasons the Founders revolted against Great Britain.
Education & Parenting, Science & Technology
Doug Peltz on Science Education and Mystery Science
Peltz discusses MS's efforts to inspire kids to love science, to investigate questions, and to pursue the knowledge they need to make sense of the world.
Economics, Politics & Rights
America's Declining Economic Liberty, and its Cause
The fundamental lesson to be learned from America’s declining economic liberty is not economic but moral: Freedom depends on egoism.
Philosophy, Politics & Rights
Islamic Jihad, Political Treason, and Epistemological Treason
Just as supporting the Iran "deal" materially aids jihadists, so too treating faith as a means of knowledge spiritually aids jihadists.
Book and App Reviews
Reviews, Science & Technology
Perfectly Reasonable Deviations from the Beaten Track, by Richard Feynman
Daniel Wahl reviews Perfectly Reasonable Deviations from the Beaten Track, by Richard Feynman.