Ender’s Review 2009 January 11 — 31
Turning to “domestic issues,” Kevin Carson writes on “Bailouts, Double Standards and Hypocrisy,” while Lew Rockwell considers “Money and Our Future.” Butler Shaffer contemplates “An Outbreak of Order in NYC” as Paul Craig Roberts asks “Is It Time to Bail Out of America?” “Ammunition bans, like other gun control laws, promise to be as ineffective as most prohibitions” writes J.D. Tuccille.
The “intellectual property” issue has gained new attention with Jeffrey Tucker reviewing “A Book that Changes Everything” and writing “Seen and Unseen Cost of Patents,” while Michele Boldrin and David K. Levine offer “James Watt: Monopolist.” Other deep thoughts have James Leroy Wilson considering “Faith in God, Faith in the State” while Charles Johnson writes “Individualism Clashes with Cooperation? It Just Ain’t So!”
On the cultural front Wally Conger offers “Defending Alongside Night“ while Darrin Knode adds “Andy Griffith and Civil Society.” On January 13, 2009 Patrick McGoohan shuffled off this mortal coil. Many blogs took note, including this one. Wired ran this article about the remake of The Prisoner the same day, but before the news had broken. Later they added an obituary. Emmanuelle Richard offered “Patrick McGoohan and The Prisoner in France.”
Finally, on a light note, I offer this video about the United States in 2015.