There’s work underway to
find any of the genetic variants associated with intelligence, however weak and inconsistent they may be, and then look up the published literature to see how frequent those variants are in any racial group.
I’m fairly certain how it will turn out, if the work isn’t sabotaged by those who fear the truth.
Academe’s war on conservatism continues. What else is new?
There’s also a (not new) internet-based war on conservatism (e.g., here and here). Cass Sunstein, a leading light of the anti-free speech forces, was Obama’s regulatory czar. Connect the dots.
Robert Higgs hates the use of “we,” “us,” and “our” in policy discourse. So do I.
Steven Horwitz offers a concise and elegant gloss of Hayek’s “The Use of Knowledge in Society.” I’ve addressed Hayek’s essay here, and a related one (“The Pretence of Knowledge“) here.