I write lots of very lengthy and multi-part articles about Stefan Molyneux and FreeDomain Radio. The “scholarly” stuff you find in the main menu above.
I never expect them to be that long but the subject matter is usually complex and so they just turn out that way. Lots of research and plenty of evidence go into those articles. For example, I not only read Universally Preferable Behavior, but also paid attention to what Molyneux promised it would be, how the outside world reacted to it, and how he reacted to that.
All of it was as illuminating as the book itself. (To me, at least.)
However, next thing you know, the story became a freaking five-part article!
Not everyone wants to wade through all that. (But you should because it’s, well, kind of awesome.) And I don’t always want to get that in-depth. I needed a place for little blurbs—random observations, quotes, excerpts, and stuff.
Not to mention snarky little articles that are almost devoid of evidence and reason. (Hey, bloggifyin’ is hard work. Feller’s gotta left off a little steam now and then.)
So I called my little short articles Quickies!
If you’ve been reading my blog for a long time (that’s right, mom, I’m talking to you!), you’ll remember that they used to be published as monthly “collections.” After a while, that became harder for readers to navigate.
So now they’re nicely reorganized under this space-age, easy-to-use, point-and-click menu! The old-version Quickies! have all been deleted.
That’s right! We’re always on the cutting edge here at FDR Liberated, but our prices haven’t changed since 1983!
Shorter articles and excerpts that are revealing, interesting, possibly amusing, and occasionally factual.
Some of these are about Molyneux’s views on ethics. Others are about the questionable behavior of Mr. Molyneux himself.
- Idle Speculation
I think I have a point, but I’m not sure.
This is stuff that Molyneux and FDR really, really don’t want you to know about.
- Snark tank
Okay, maybe they are a family-destructive cult. Maybe not. Doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with the little rascals.
- For FDR members
Some fairly serious thoughts for my visiting friends from FDR.