Luck egalitarianism is, roughly, the view that inequalities in life prospects resulting from luck are unjust. If Amy has better job opportunities than Bob because she happened to have parents who could afford to send her to a fancy private school, that’s unfair.
Competition is often considered a dirty word, with many critics of free market ideas emphasizing the cutthroat competition of Wall Street as an example of how competition brings out the worst in people, encourages us to cut corners, and undermines our altruistic tendencies.
Organized interest groups are able to control a lot of policy making, even if most people in the unorganized public disagree with them.
The wary cat has a theory of the world: “Stove burns you. Stay away from stove.”
We need to be careful about arguing that players have a First Amendment right to protest peacefully on the field.
President Trump has repeatedly claimed that the United States is the highest-taxed country in the world. The data people are using to fact-check him are misleading.