Posts by Sam Staley
Samuel R. Staley is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute and Managing Director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center in the College of Social Sciences at Florida State University. He is a contributing author to the Independent books, Property Rights: Eminent Domain and Regulatory Takings Re-Examined and Housing America: Building Out of a Crisis.
Faith and Courage on Hacksaw Ridge
Rolling Stone Defamation Conviction Reveals Danger of Dogma When Addressing Campus Sexual Assault
Deepwater Horizon Shows Dangers of Hubris, Not Capitalist Greed
How Marxism Corrupts The Magnificent Seven
Ban Guns, Come Hell or High Water
Snowden Spotlights Dangers of Privacy-Security Trade-Off
How Occupy Wall Street Nearly Scuttles Hell or High Water
What Star Trek Beyond Tells Us about the Luster of Naive “Progressivism”
How Rage Fuels the Incarceration State
Should Conservatives Give Up on Narrative Filmmaking?
Alcohol Bans Won’t Put Dent in Campus Sexual Assault
What the Prague Spring Teaches Us Today about Liberty
A Civil Society Agenda for Campus Sexual Assault
Privacy Rights, Cronyism, and Jason Bourne
Vanderbilt, Stanford Rape Cases Show Need for New Approach to Campus Sexual Assault
The Stanford Sexual Assault Case and the Limits of the Incarceration State
Is a Dystopian World Closer Than We Think? Thoughts from Hiroshima
“Eye in the Sky” Confronts Complicated Ethics of Drone Warfare
The Constitutional Economics of the “Divergent” Films
Title IX Privacy Ban Thwarts Campus Sexual Assault Policies
The Big Short’s Oscar Win and Capitalism in Film
The “Joy” of Entrepreneurship
How Lord Acton Trumps George Orwell in The Hunger Games
What “The Hunting Ground” Gets Right and Wrong About Campus Sexual Assault
Should Gone with the Wind Be Banned?

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