Government Policy Should Be Based on Fiction

Fiction is a far better basis for government policy than logic. We’ve been trying to create policies based on logic for as long as I’ve been alive, and I suspect much longer. In other words, we attempt to reach a majority consensus on what is right and what is wrong – and then we create […]

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Fiction to Read: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

My cousin’s fiancé gave me two fantastic books this past Christmas. One of these books was The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. (The other was Hard Magic, which I’ve already posted about). It kept me up reading long past the hour when wisdom dictated putting it down. I’m going to have to read […]

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Fiction to Read: Hard Magic by Larry Correia

This book was a combination of historical fiction and fantasy. In Hard Magic, The famous World War I general Black Jack Pershing is cast as a leader of an underground occult movement of magic practitioners. The order of knights at the center of the plot has undertaken an oath to use their powers for the […]

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