Earlier I posted about neoliberalism, and offered a full-throated defense of it, so consider this post as a critique meant to nibble around the edges of implementation, not an attack on the core concept. My opinion of the core concept still starts and ends with the roughly 1 billion east asian people lifted out of extreme … More Neoliberalism and rent control
Vegetarian Food. Economics. Medicine. Dogs. Life.
Caramels can be finicky, too high of temperature and the caramels can be too hard, too low, it won’t set properly. I’ve spent some time making caramel topping, hard caramels, and finally…finally tackled soft caramel chews. Those delicious bites, delicately chewy, sticking to your teeth in the just the right way, bursts of salt and … More Gifts!: Soft Caramel Chews
Neoliberalism is fundamentally the idea that if two people would like to make a deal that does not directly affect anybody else, we should let them. It is opposed both to regulation and cartels, and the neoliberal agenda can take credit the de-regulation (and union cartel breaking) that allowed for containerization of global shipping, as well as … More The neoliberal agenda, or modern loaves and fishes