Raghvendra, who was present at the Bangalore event (below) sent in this link. I actually agree with 95 per cent of what Bhushan is saying. His description of crony capitalism prevailing in India is spot on. So that's a good start: that both I and he AGREE that the loot of the country has increased […]
Obviously, one of the greatest enemies of liberty: Rousseau (Plato and Hegel come close, and Marx is merely a lackey of Hegel). What this interpretation of democracy does is to ENTIRELY DESTROY LIBERTY. It upturns the very purpose of the state through sleight of hand: But it is asked how a man can be both free […]
If you’re in #Bangalore on 21st November (Wed), pl join us for a talk on Impact of Politics & Governance on Entrepreneurship @ IIM-B, 7pm.
Register here or copy-paste this URL in your browser: http://j.mp/21NovIIMB
Informal talk on “Impact of Politics & Governance on Entrepreneurship” at IIM Bangalore, in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Cell, IIM-B.
An Anna Hazare group on facebook. just booted me out for posting some key messages for Arvind Kejriwal's benefit. No discussion, nothing. I just find myself out of the group! No free speech for these people! Totally anti-liberty. […]
This thing about Swaraj needs to come to a head. I've been debating offline with an Arvind Kejrwal "supporter" who is surprised that I don't "get" it that Swaraj is a great idea. Here's an extract from my response Swaraj is a total non-starter without clarification […]
When I think about water, I wonder why this topic does not get more attention. But I guess I should not be surprised.
Water is humdrum; so very unsexy. There is nothing titillating about it. It hardly arouses passion – or gets someone in frenzy. It has zero glamour. Frankly, it is quite boring. […]
For those who are smitten by the half-baked socialist Arvind Kejriwal (who simply refuses to listen to any sensible idea), here is a leader who is 100 times better. Shantanu, in this video, is explaining why ALL government schools and colleges in India should be privatised. […]
Sonia Gandhi is pretending innocence: "Our detractors and the opposition are bent upon spreading disinformation on political, moral and policy issues". She is the third person I've come across in the last two days to use the word dharma in a seriously misguided sense: "we are proud of our commitment to the interest of the […]