Hoyer, Not LeBron, the (Sports) Hero Cleveland Needs

Our love of sports is driven not by rationality but by emotion. More specifically, it’s a rational decision to achieve positive emotional experiences and connections. We follow and adore teams because we’re tied to them, usually by birthplace or family. Their successes and failures become ours. Over time, our identity is even partially defined by these […]

On Libertarianism, Part III

Editor’s note: this is the third and final post in a three-part series on the basics of libertarianism and why it appeals to me. Links for previous posts: Part I; Part II. In part II of this series I discussed pragmatic reasons for supporting libertarianism:  the limits of human knowledge and reason, the skewed incentives […]