Freedom of Navigation: Houthi Attacks Only Part of How a Historical Anomaly Is Unwinding

The Wall Street Journal has a useful new article on how safe transit on the seas has been under attack for some time. Yet the West (like so many other problems resulting from arrogance and neglect) effectively ignored the erosion of navigation safety despite the obvious importance of global supply chains and is not able … Read more

Financial Freedom at 40: The 8 Step Roadmap to Early Retirement Success

Do you dream of retiring early and living a life of financial freedom? Do you want to spend more time doing what you love and less time working for someone else? If so, you’re not alone. Many people aspire to achieve financial independence and retire before the traditional age of 65. But how can you … Read more

“Academic” Freedom Has an Adjective in Front of the Noun

Stanley Fish argues that “academic freedom” is “an unfortunate phrase because those who invoke it usually emphasize the word freedom’ and forget about the controlling and limiting adjective. `Academic’ tells you what the scope of the claimed freedom is: It is the freedom — or, as I prefer, the ‘latitude’ — necessary to the performance … Read more