The New York Times pretends to care about evidence, but applies a completely different standard when it comes to US government claims.
The UN recognizes the harm caused by central banks' inflationary monetary policy, but still advocates even more government intervention into the market.
Hillary Clinton knows a no-fly zone in Syria would necessitate killing a lot of Syrian civilians, but she advocates one anyway.
Michael Hess in the first of a multi-part review of Obstacle to Peace describes it as a "very readable" and "gripping" analysis of the Palestine conflict.
The New York Times advocates increasing the minimum wage while refusing to see the evidence of the harm caused by outlawing jobs.
We're supposed to be afraid of our cost of living going down? Having the purchasing power of our dollars robbed is supposed to be good for us?
Obamacare supporters naturally blame the market for less competition and rising insurance premiums, despite this being a predictable consequence of the law.
Rafi Farber admits on Twitter that he can't prove his contention that Jews own all of Palestine based on a 2,000-year land claim is true.
A Wattan News Agency segment (in Arabic) covering my participation in the second in a series of conferences titled "100 Global Thinkers in Palestine".