Peter Singer's famous argument is based on a flawed analogy.
The American Dream still lives in the hearts of those who love liberty and refuse to surrender it.
America's draconian drinking laws must be repealed, starting with one that hurts young adults the most.
Cutthroat competition drives us to compassionate cooperation.
Effective altruism requires actually doing good, not just feeling good.
Katharine Atholl smelled danger and said so, years before the elite of her own political party mustered similar courage. How different might history have been if there were more people like her?
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