I blog mostly on philosophy, theology, economics, and liberty.

This is the place for more sophisticated arguments than those found on my Lèse-Majesté blog.

From the halls of power to the fortress tower, not a stone will be left on stone.
Let the king beware for your justice tears ev’ry tyrant from his throne.
The hungry poor shall weep no more, for the food they can never earn;
These are tables spread, ev’ry mouth be fed, for the world is about to turn.

Though the nations rage from age to age, we remember who holds us fast:
God’s mercy must deliver us from the conqueror’s crushing grasp.
This saving word that our forebears heard is the promise which holds us bound,
‘Til the spear and rod can be crushed by God, who is turning the world around.

— Canticle of the Turning

Dedication: To Thomas Aquinas and Ludwig von Mises who taught me the structure of God.