The incentives politicians face reward the concentration and consolidation of power.
Whether you’re a casual moviegoer or a diehard cinephile, you will learn a lot about government from watching these ten great movies, all of which are rated as being some of the best of all time by IMDb and the American Film Institute.
Swastika Night is one of the first works of fiction to address the question, “What if the Nazis won the war?”
My message to you today is simple: don’t miss this book. There is a lot to be learned about liberty here.
Westworld is first and foremost a depiction of the corrosive nature of total power — an illustration of Lord Acton’s quote that “absolute power corrupts absolutely” — as seen through the character of Dr. Robert Ford.
As Tyler Cowen puts it, in many ways “this is the real Star Wars movie that many of you have been waiting for.”