Great sports journalism: Jason Gay on Jens Voigt

Lynne Kiesling I’ll spare you my observations on this year’s Tour de France, which I am enjoying mightily. Today, with three huge Alpine climbs, features both grueling riding and gorgeous scenery; I’m watching a descent through a series of steep hairpin turns as we speak. But I will share one thing, because Jason Gay’s recent… More Great sports journalism: Jason Gay on Jens Voigt

The energy industry insiders that didn’t bark

Michael Giberson Dozens of energy industry insiders have gone missing in recent weeks, in what must be the largest unreported crime wave ever. Or possibly the energy insiders have been silenced by a vast powerful and secret industry cabal, which has compromising photos of the insiders or something like that, which would also be a… More The energy industry insiders that didn’t bark

Quote of the day: Hayek on expediency and freedom

Lynne Kiesling Pace Don Boudreaux for my shamelessly copying his “quote of the day” meme … my quote of the day is this striking one from Hayek’s essay “Principles or Expediency” (1971): From the insight that the benefits of civilization rest on the use of more knowledge than can be used in any deliberately concerted… More Quote of the day: Hayek on expediency and freedom