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HBL is an email list discussing Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism, and its application to today's culture.

HBL's moderator and regular contributor is Harry Binswanger, a philosophy professor and associate of the late Ayn Rand.

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The Institute for Justice just sent out this encouraging news:

Today the New Hampshire Supreme Court unanimously ruled against opponents of school choice in their challenge to the state's tax-credit scholarship program. Explicitly crediting IJ's arguments as decisive, the Court found that the program's challengers didn't have legal standing to sue. While the court did not reach the merits of the case, this is a critical victory for families in New Hampshire who finally have choices when it comes to their children's education.

Although "school choice" is not the full answer to the destruction of our young people's capacity to think, it sure beats no choice.
     —  Harry Binswanger

Recent posts by Harry Binswanger:

  • 8/28   School choice victory
  • 8/26   ISIS is impotent
  • 8/22   The first English translation of Kalman's biography
  • 8/22   Salt, the power of general knowledge, and climate
  • 8/19   "Want money out of politics? Shrink government"
  • 8/15   Important new book by Robert Knapp
  • 8/13   "Zoning out is not always bad"???
  • 8/09   Cost--a fundamental concept of economics
  • 8/09   Cost and price--two fundamental concepts of economics
  • 8/06   Not just abstract
  • 8/06   Mailchimp, anyone?
  • 8/04   Talk show host "goes Galt."

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