Cannabis legalisation needs to be applauded

The incoming government has announced it: recreational cannabis will be made legal in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The significance of this is massive, since Luxembourg will be the first country in Europe which legalises the product, after countries such as Portugal, the Netherlands, or the Czech Republic either decriminalised it or just tolerate it.

Quoted by HortiDaily

HortiDaily quoted me on the legalisation of cannabis in Luxembourg. Click down below to read the full article, or find it on their website.

Quoted in Marijuana Business Daily

I was quoted by Marijuana Business Daily on the issue of cannabis legalisation in Luxembourg, which was recently announced by the new government. Click down below to read the full quote, or find it on their website.

Free private cities can revolutionise the way we live together

“There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil … In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit.” (Galt’s Speech) Politics is […]

Flights are cheap, and that’s a good thing

In a recent editorial for the Luxembourgish newspaper Tageblatt, Francis Wagner writes that air travel is too cheap, or, as he put it, “dirt cheap”. While Wagner does recognise that lower fares have democratised travel, he also believes that current rates are damaging consumers.

A thank you letter to Uber

When we think about people in the public eye we should thank, we think of figures such as Mother Teresa (we’ll let Christopher Hitchens spin in his grave at this mention) or Princess Diana, who virtuously stood out because of their charity work. However, it is demonstrably true that the people who create the technology […]

Nějak moc lítáte!

Osobní letecká doprava může sloužit jako učebnicový příklad. Svobodný trh se zákazníkům postaral o snížení nákladů na létání. Teď je létání pod palbou environmentalistů.

We should be careful in our embrace of Jordan Peterson

I believe that I like Jordan Peterson for the same reasons that most libertarians do. His wonderful defence of freedom of speech (though it should extensively be considered freedom of expression) in the debate about gender pronouns was necessary. Free speech has received an avid defender, and an articulate one at that. In his first podcast […]