Friday, May 31, 2013

The Paleo Rodeo #164

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Kris Gunnars presents 6 Ways “Heart-Healthy” Whole Wheat Can Destroy Your Health posted at Authority Nutrition, saying, "Many new studies suggest that wheat (even 'heart-healthy" whole wheat) can contribute to several adverse effects and serious diseases."

Nell Stephenson presents Is IBS...BS? posted at Paleoista, by Nell Stephenson, saying, "Paleo expert Nell Stephenson shares how her own IBS diagnosis prior to finding Paleo was BS."

Kevin Geary presents What Do You See When You Look in the Mirror? posted at The Rebooted Body, saying, "Nobody mentions looking in the mirror as a health and nutrition tip, but perhaps it's the most critical one..."

Eileen Laird presents What is the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol? posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Confused about the ever changing paleo AIP? This post is a simple summary of what constitutes the core autoimmune protocol and optional variations."

Eileen Laird presents Pork Chops with Rhubarb Chutney posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Looking for a new way to cook pork chops? Take advantage of seasonal rhubarb to create a recipe that is easy enough to make on a weeknight, but delicious enough to serve guests. This recipe packs a flavor punch!"

Meghan Little and Angel Ayala Torres presents Paleo Asparagus, Mushroom and Pork Stirfry, A Quick Dinner Idea posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "Our Asparagus, Mushroom, and Pork Stir Fry recipe is fast, easy and perfect for those nights where you want something awesome that doesn't take much time...and so good for you too!"

Amy Kubal presents The 'F' Word... posted at Robb Wolf, saying, "How often do use the 'F' Word? It's not what you think, but it's just as evil!"

Rebekah Reddy presents FAQ: Can I do the 21-Day Sugar Detox while I have a cold? posted at The 21-Day Sugar Detox, saying, "Many people wonder what to do if they get sick during the 21DSD. Continue? Stop and start again when the cold passes? Read here for recommendations from moderator Brooke Hartle!"

Diane Sanfilippo presents Podcast Episode #89: Guest Jonathan Bailor of “The Smarter Science of Slim” posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "This week the dynamic Jonathan Bailor of The Smarter Science of Slim and Slim is Simple stopped by to chat with Diane. We talked about some common nutrition myths, why some folks are naturally slim easily while others aren’t, how long it might take to “fix” a damaged metabolism, and more. We even talked about how much food Jonathan was able to eat some nights on the Low Carb Cruise!"

Rebekah Reddy presents Cherry Picking Fun posted at Half Indian Cook, saying, "Last weekend we went cherry picking and ended up with 15 pounds of delicious cherries! Read about our fun day and what we did with all that fruit."

Jess presents Paleo Strawberry Rhubarb Gelatin Jam posted at The Paleo Professional, saying, "It's the time of year to enjoy sweet and tart rhubarb! I created this quick and easy jam with the help of gut healing gelatin and maple syrup for a hint of sweet. Enjoy with your favorite paleo treat such as biscuits or pancakes or as a fruit topping for your main dish, such as pork chops."
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! We love new members! So if you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:
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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Hsieh PJM OpEd: Is ObamaCare's Fatal Flaw Taking Effect?

By Paul Hsieh

The 5/22/2013 edition of PJ Media published my latest OpEd, "Is Obamacare's Fatal Flaw Taking Effect?"

I discuss how ObamaCare requires voluntary cooperation of people who will be harmed by the law -- which gives Americans a powerful weapon.  Don't be a willing accomplice to a law you don't support!

I'd also like to thank Dr. Megan Edison for allowing me to quote her.

Update: I'm also encouraged by the fact that some former supporters of the law appear to now be having second thoughts: "Unions break ranks on ObamaCare" (The Hill, 5/21/2013)

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Saturday, May 25, 2013

Philosophy Weekend: News from Philosophy in Action

By Diana Hsieh

Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.

Upcoming Radio Shows


Philosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Below are the episodes upcoming this week. I hope that you join us! More upcoming episodes can be found here: Episodes on Tap.

Sunday Morning, 26 May 2013: Q&A on Open Relationships, Innate Personality, Alimony, and More

I'll answer these four questions on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Sunday morning, 26 May 2013.
  • Question 1: The Ethics of Open Relationships: Can open relationships be moral? Can it ever be moral to have sex with someone else while in a relationship, assuming that you're honest with everyone involved? If not, why not? If so, what might be some of the pitfalls to be aware of? For example, should the criteria for selecting sexual partners be stricter than if you were single? How should you navigate the tricky territory of opening a previously closed relationship?
  • Question 2: Innate Personality: Can personality be innate? In past shows, you've indicated that you think that some aspects of personality are innate, rather than acquired by experience. What does that mean? What is the evidence for that view? Moreover, wouldn't that be a form of determinism? Wouldn't that violate the principle that every person is born a "blank slate"?
  • Question 3: Conceiving Again to Save a Child: Is it wrong for parents to have another baby to save the life of their sick child? In 1990, Marissa Ayala was born in the hope that she might be able to save her 16-year-old sister Anissa from a rare form of leukemia. (The parents went to extraordinary lengths to conceive.) Happily, Marissa was a suitable bone marrow donor, and Anissa's life was saved. At the time, many people criticized the decision as "baby farming" and treating the new baby as a "biological resupply vehicle." Yet today, the Ayalas are a close family, Anissa is alive and well, and Marissa is happy to have been born. Were the Ayalas wrong to attempt to save the life of one child by having another? What moral premises would lead a person to condemn this act?
  • Question 4: The Justice of Alimony Payments: Should alimony payments upon divorce be abolished? Traditionally, a man was obliged to financially support his ex-wife upon divorce. Recent reforms have decreased the amount and duration of alimony in some states, as well as made it gender neutral (in theory). But are such payments ever justifiable? If so, under what conditions?
The live broadcast begins at 8 am PT / 9 MT / 10 CT / 11 ET on Sunday, 26 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that day. For more details, check out the episode page.

Wednesday Evening, 29 May 2013: Jason Crawford on "Free Objectivist Books for Students"

I'll interview entrepreneur Jason Crawford about "Free Objectivist Books for Students" on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Wednesday evening, 29 May 2013.

The Free Objectivist Books for Students web site aims to help more students read Ayn Rand. It does that by enabling donors to send books by Ayn Rand or about her philosophy of Objectivism to students eager to read them. Jason Crawford will explain how the project works – including the unusual way it connects donors and recipients – and why he thinks students should read Ayn Rand.

Jason Crawford is a software developer and entrepreneur in San Francisco. He was co-founder and CTO of startup Kima Labs, and has worked at Amazon and Groupon. He was introduced to Objectivism in 1992 and has been a part of the Objectivist movement ever since.

The live broadcast begins at 6 pm PT / 7 MT / 8 CT / 9 ET on Wednesday, 29 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that evening. For more details, check out the episode page.


Recent Podcasts


The podcasts of last week's radio shows are now available. Check out the full collection of past radio shows in the archives, sorted by date or by topic. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast RSS feed too.

19 May 2013: Q&A on Individualism, Disabled Children, Arranged Marriages, and More

I answered these questions on Sunday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

Does individualism imply social isolation and atomism? How can I make my boss more communicative? Should disabled kids be kept out of the public eye? Are arranged marriages legally and socially valid?

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more, including audio files for individual questions.

Recent Blog Posts


Here are last week's posts to Philosophy in Action's blog NoodleFood, ordered from oldest to newest. Don't miss a post: subscribe to NoodleFood's RSS Feed.
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Friday, May 24, 2013

The Paleo Rodeo #163

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Kris Gunnars presents 101 Healthy Low-Carb Recipes That Taste Incredible posted at Authority Nutrition, saying, "A list of 101 healthy low-carb recipes with photos and instructions. All the recipes taste awesome and are made with healthy ingredients."

Neely Quinn presents Do you, dear readers, like promos and giveaways? posted at Paleo Plan, saying, "We'd love some feedback about the promos and giveaways we've been doing on Paleo Plan. What products would YOU like to see discounts and giveaways for, if any?"

Mary Catherine presents 50 Party-Perfect Paleo Appetizers posted at Nourish Paleo Foods, saying, "With Memorial Day and summer parties right around the corner, I've compiled a round up of 50 all-paleo appetizers from some of my favorite bloggers that I've made or want to at my next get-together!"

Nell Stephenson presents Nut and Seed Oils... Paleo OK? posted at paleoista, by Nell Stephenson, saying, "Paleo expert Nell Stephenson writes about how to carefully include nut or seed oils into your Paleo regime once in a while."

Eileen Laird presents Paying Attention posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "It’s a fact of human nature that we tend to notice what’s wrong, more than we notice what’s right. In my guest post on The Paleo Mom blog, I talk about the power of writing things down, and how that can affect our awareness, our choices, and our mindset."

Eileen Laird presents I Wish I Could Be Primal posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "How it feels to be on a restricted diet when cheating isn't an option, and the 80/20 rule doesn't apply to you."

Meghan Little and Angel Ayala Torres presents Paleo Pork Carnitas, A Puerto Rican Entrée posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "Looking for a recipe that won't break the bank or take a lot of time to prep? Well, look no further! This recipe for carnitas is awesome - everything goes into a pot and comes out 3 hours later...juicy, falling apart meat, but not smushy or overcooked, with vibrant flavors that speak to Puerto Rico. With instructions and ingredients this easy, how can you NOT make a fantastic meal for the family!"

Melissa,a.k.a. Cavechic presents Paleo Friendly, Nightshade-free, Stuffed cabbage Recipe posted at Paleo Connections, saying, "A yummy recipe for stuffed cabbage that will leave you feeling full without causing inflammation."

Elizabeth Leitch-Devlin presents Phytic Acid nutrients posted at Mostly Meat Is What I Eat, saying, "How does removing phytic acid from your diet change the amount of nutrients you need?"

Diane Sanfilippo presents Easy Recipe: Hot and Sweet Ginger-Garlic Chicken posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "These Asian-style chicken thighs are a great choice to enjoy while on The 21-Day Sugar Detox."

Diane Sanfilippo presents Podcast Episode #88: Guest Danielle Walker of “Against All Grain” posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "Having battled ulcerative colitis, an autoimmune disease, the modern-medicine way for many years, Danielle Walker took matters into her own hands and set out to regain her health through the medicine of food. She runs the popular grain-free recipe blog Against All Grain and has a cookbook by the same name hitting shelves July 30th."

Rebekah Reddy presents How to navigate The 21-Day Sugar Detox vegetarian style. Plus 7-day meal plan! posted at The 21-Day Sugar Detox, saying, "Today's guest post is by Chanda Guerin, a nutrition student, professional fundraiser, blogger, and vegetarian who successfully completed the 21-Day Sugar Detox. She has provided us with some great tips for navigating the 21DSD on a vegetarian diet, and she also created a free 7-day meal plan!"

Rebekah Reddy presents Grain-free Strawberry Crumble posted at Half Indian Cook, saying, "Combine sweet summer strawberries with a honey-nut granola topping and you get a delicious Paleo dessert."

Sabine presents Sprouts 'n Shrimp posted at CrossFit CatCave, saying, "If you don't like Brussels sprouts, you will now!"

Steve, the Paleo Drummer presents A Little Bit More About Everything Affecting Everything posted at The Paleo Drummer, saying, "Whereupon our hero discovers that when all is really chill – like on vacation – the paleo rulebook can be loosened up a bit. Stress management really is the key to happiness."

Hadass Eviatar presents Eating Weeds posted at My Coat of Many Colours, saying, "Spring has finally sprung, and there are fresh dandelion greens in my yard! Bliss."

Steve, the Paleo Drummer presents Where to eat out during a paleo challenge (you are going to hate the answer) posted at The Paleo Drummer, saying, "Nothing beats preparing your own paleo food, especially when detoxing and healing during a 30-day paleo challenge. Do it right and avoid restaurant food for a month; it's only a month."
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! We love new members! So if you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:
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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Philosophy Weekend: News from Philosophy in Action

By Diana Hsieh

Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.

Upcoming Radio Shows


Philosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Below are the episodes upcoming this week. I hope that you join us! More upcoming episodes can be found here: Episodes on Tap.

Sunday Morning, 19 May 2013: Q&A on Individualism, Disabled Children, Arranged Marriages, and More

I'll answer these four questions on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Sunday morning, 19 May 2013.
  • Question 1: Individualism Versus Anti-Social Atomism: Does individualism imply social isolation and atomism? Many critics of Ayn Rand argue that her individualism is hostile to love, concern, and respect for other people. They claim that her "atomistic individualism" doesn't permit, let alone support, groups or community. Are these criticisms true? What is the right view of human society and sociability?
  • Question 2: Poor Communication from the Boss: How can I make my boss more communicative? My boss hardly ever tells me company news affecting my projects, even when critical. As a result, I've wasted days and weeks on useless work, and I've gotten into needless conflicts with co-workers. I'm always guessing at what I should be doing, and I just hate that. What can I do to make my boss to be more communicative with me?
  • Question 3: Visibility of Disabled Children: Should disabled kids be kept out of the public eye? Recently, a waiter at a restaurant refused to serve one party after hearing them make fun of a child with Down's Syndrome sitting with his family in a nearby booth. Both parties were regulars to the restaurant. Some people have praised the waiter's actions because he took offense at overhearing the first party say "special needs kids should be kept in special places." He called them on their rudeness and refused to serve them. Others think he was wrong: his catering to the party with the disabled kid is indicative of a culture that embraces mediocrity and disability. What is the proper assessment of the remark made and the waiter's response? Should people with disabilities be kept from public view?
  • Question 4: Arranged Marriages: Are arranged marriages legally and socially valid? A coworker of mine in his early 20s grew up in India. His parents have arranged his marriage to a young woman who also now lives in the US. He appreciates that his parents selected a wife for him: he doesn't want to spend the time or take the risk of finding a wife himself. Should such a marriage be considered legally valid? Is it just a marriage of convenience? Is the practice of arranged marriages immoral and/or impractical?
The live broadcast begins at 8 am PT / 9 MT / 10 CT / 11 ET on Sunday, 19 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that day. For more details, check out the episode page.

Note: Philosophy in Action Radio will not broadcast on Wednesday, 22 May 2013.


Recent Podcasts


The podcasts of last week's radio shows are now available. Check out the full collection of past radio shows in the archives, sorted by date or by topic. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast RSS feed too.

12 May 2013: Q&A on High Taxes, Infanticide, EMTALA, and More

I answered these questions on Sunday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

Are high taxes comparable to slavery? Is killing a baby born after an abortion a form of murder? Do people have a right to emergency medical care?

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more, including audio files for individual questions.

15 May 2013: Paul McKeever on "Winning Elections with the Freedom Party of Ontario"

I interviewed Freedom Party of Ontario Leader Paul McKeever about "Winning Elections with the Freedom Party of Ontario" on Wednesday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

"Can a political party based on principles of individual rights win elections? Perhaps so – and Paul McKeever has a strategy for doing so with the Freedom Party of Ontario." Paul McKeever is the Leader of Freedom Party of Ontario. Paul joined Freedom Party in 1992. He first ran as a candidate for Freedom Party in Ontario's 1999 election. He became a Freedom Party spokesperson that year in 1999, and the party leader in 2002.

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more.

Recent Blog Posts


Here are last week's posts to Philosophy in Action's blog NoodleFood, ordered from oldest to newest. Don't miss a post: subscribe to NoodleFood's RSS Feed.
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Friday, May 17, 2013

The Paleo Rodeo #162

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Kris Gunnars presents 5 Brain Nutrients Found Only in Meat, Fish and Eggs (NOT Plants) posted at Authority Nutrition, saying, "Many nutrients in plants and animals are critical for proper function of the brain. These 5 brain nutrients are only found in animal foods."

Neely Quinn presents SexyBack Summit! Let's Talk about Sex, Shall We? posted at Paleo Plan, saying, "Sean Croxton's newest, biggest summit - all about sex! Free video series on how to improve your sex life..."

Sean presents Homemade Chorizo posted at FreeRange Human, saying, "Quick and easy method to making homemade chorizo without any of the fillers you find in the store."

Sabine presents Green Curry Chicken posted at CrossFit CatCave, saying, "Delicious first time green curry! Will make this every week now!"

Elizabeth Leitch-Devlin presents Protein Propaganda Pisses Me Off posted at Mostly Meat Is What I Eat, saying, "Tied of vegan lies that kale is a great source of protein? This post will blow you away with it's actual data and what really is the best source of protein and a little tidbit on how we're not herbivores."

Nell Stephenson presents A New Treatment for MS- Gilenya? How About Food Instead? posted at Paleoista, by Nell Stephenson, saying, "Paleo expert Nell Stephenson writes about the backwards approach to treating MS- with drugs, not food."

Eileen Laird presents No-Fail No-Pound Sauerkraut posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Have past efforts at homemade sauerkraut failed? Have you been afraid to try to make it yourself, because you've heard stories of funky smells or strange tastes, or how the conditions need to be just right? This recipe simplifies everything."

Eileen Laird presents Personalize Nutritional Healing for YOU posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "The paleo template is a powerful tool for healing, but it is a template, and one size does NOT fit all. If you aren't healing on the paleo protocol, get help to find out what your body needs! In this post, I share online directories of paleo physicians and dieticians."

Peggy Emch presents Paleo Kid's Menu for Home or Daycare posted at The Primal Parent, saying, "One full week of kid friendly meals and snacks! Really simple foods here."

Danny J Albers presents Sorry Anthony Colpo - Truly Keto Athletes Do Exist posted at Primal North, saying, "As a NEW approach to performance, its amazing what can be accomplished on a ketogenic diet. Here we examine a few low carb athletes and a few truly ketogenic athletes. Are they elite? You decide. A lady powerlifter squatting 500+, an ultra runner 30 miles (not a typo) ahead of the pack 23 hours in. Another finishing 1st place male in a 100 mile race. And a legend of body building. Perhaps if ketones alone can power these guys through their insane training loads, it can also support the more modest aspirations of those of us just trying to lose some more weight and get fitter? So for those that have stated its impossible, my response."

Emily presents Savory Slow Cooker Short Ribs posted at Girl meats Paleo, saying, "A quick to prep, slow cook up of readily available ingredients for something special on a week day night."

Amy Kubal presents C'mon Get Happy! posted at Robb Wolf, saying, "Are you 'chasing a dangling carrot'? Is happiness really in a deadlift weight or body fat percentage? Don't you think it's time to get HAPPY??"

Max Ungar presents 41 Lessons I Learned From Freshman Year posted at Caveman College, saying, "Here are some lessons I learned over my Freshman Year of college."

J. Stanton presents The Calorie Paradox: Did Four Rice Chex Make America Fat? (Part II of "There Is No Such Thing As A Calorie") posted at GNOLLS.ORG, saying, "Several studies and statistics which conclusively prove that a calorie is not a calorie, the '3500-calorie rule" is bogus, and "calorie math" doesn't work."

Diane Sanfilippo presents Podcast Episode #87: Paleo Pitfalls – part 1 posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "This week's podcast explores some of the common pitfalls that people face as they adopt a Paleo diet/lifestyle including gluten and vegetable oil exposure, eating the proper amount of carbohydrates, and sources of calcium in the Paleo diet."

Rebekah Reddy presents Simple Asparagus with Butter posted at Half Indian Cook, saying, "This no frills approach to one of my favorite spring vegetables is quick and easy to make and has butter, of course!"
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! We love new members! So if you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:
Enjoy!

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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Hsieh Forbes OpEd: Why 3D Guns Could Be Good For America

By Paul Hsieh

The 5/7/2013 online edition of Forbes published my latest OpEd, "Why 3D-Printed Untraceable Guns Could Be Good For America".
Here is the opening:

In the past few days, Forbes writer Andy Greenberg broke a pair of dramatic stories on Cody Wilson’s quest to build an untraceable plastic gun using commercially available 3D-printing technology. First, Greenberg published exclusive photos of the completed firearm, then he reported on a successful test firing of a live .380 cartridge.

Although the technology is still in its infancy, Wilson’s innovation has already sparked heated debate. Some gun rights advocates (including Wilson) argue this means current gun laws will soon be obsolete. They welcome the fact that home hobbyists may soon be able to build functioning firearms without any background check or government record. Others are alarmed, concerned that this would enable criminals to more easily obtain firearms. Congressman Steve Israel has already stated his intent to modify current laws to ban such guns.

However, Congressman Israel may be too late. Once thousands of motivated hobbyists start downloading open source gun designs and posting their refinements, we’ll likely see rapid technical advances. But Cody Wilson’s real impact on America may not be technological but political — and in a good way...
(Read the full text of "Why 3D-Printed Untraceable Guns Could Be Good For America".)

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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Philosophy Weekend: News from Philosophy in Action

By Diana Hsieh

Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.

Upcoming Radio Shows


Philosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Below are the episodes upcoming this week. I hope that you join us! More upcoming episodes can be found here: Episodes on Tap.

Sunday Morning, 12 May 2013: Q&A on Taxes, Infanticide, EMTALA, Communication, and More

I'll answer these four questions on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Sunday morning, 12 May 2013.
  • Question 1: Taxes Versus Slavery: Are high taxes comparable to slavery? On Facebook, some friends suggest that America is becoming more like Nazi Germany. Others share images comparing Americans workers to slaves picking cotton in the antebellum south due to our ever-higher taxes. I think these comparisons go way too far: Americans are still some of the freest people the world has ever known. No doubt, our freedom is being chipped away, but are we really like slaves or serfs?
  • Question 2: Infanticide After Abortion: Is killing a baby born after an abortion a form of murder? Kermit Gosnell is currently on trial for murder, due to accusations that he killed infants who were delivered in abortions at his clinic. If the facts are as reported, should he be convicted of murder? What should be done when a baby is born alive during an abortion? What are the likely cultural and political implications of this trial?
  • Question 3: Emergency Medical Care: Do people have a right to "stabilizing medical care"? EMTALA (a.k.a. the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act) is a federal law that requires ERs to stabilize any patient with an emergency medical condition, regardless of the patient's ability to pay. Is that proper? Is that the same as a right to medical care? Does it matter that EMTALA only applies to emergency rooms that accept Medicare patients?
  • Question 4: Poor Communication from the Boss: How can I make my boss more communicative? My boss hardly ever tells me company news affecting my projects, even when critical. As a result, I've wasted days and weeks on useless work, and I've gotten into needless conflicts with co-workers. I'm always guessing at what I should be doing, and I just hate that. What can I do to make my boss to be more communicative with me?
The live broadcast begins at 8 am PT / 9 MT / 10 CT / 11 ET on Sunday, 12 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that day. For more details, check out the episode page.

Wednesday Evening, 15 May 2013: Paul McKeever on "Advancing Liberty Through Politics"

I'll interview political activist Paul McKeever about "Advancing Liberty Through Politics" on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Wednesday evening, 15 May 2013.

Can a political party help advance the cause of liberty? Perhaps so, in a parliamentary system. Paul McKeever will explain how and why he advocates for individual rights via the Freedom Party of Ontario.

Paul McKeever is the Leader of Freedom Party of Ontario. Paul joined Freedom Party in 1992. He first ran as a candidate for Freedom Party in Ontario's 1999 election. He became a Freedom Party spokesperson that year in 1999, and the party leader in 2002.

The live broadcast begins at 6 pm PT / 7 MT / 8 CT / 9 ET on Wednesday, 15 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that evening. For more details, check out the episode page.


Recent Podcasts


The podcasts of last week's radio shows are now available. Check out the full collection of past radio shows in the archives, sorted by date or by topic. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast RSS feed too.

5 May 2013: Q&A on Sense of Life, Taxing Friendship, Rights-Violators, and More

I answered these questions on Sunday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

What is the relationship between personality and sense of life? Am I obliged to help a friend in trouble due to her own poor choices? Is it wrong to be indifferent to the rights-violations of people who advocate rights-violations?

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more, including audio files for individual questions.

8 May 2013: Dr. Doug McGuff on "Avoiding the Emergency Room"

I interviewed emergency medicine physician Dr. Doug McGuff about "Avoiding the Emergency Room" on Wednesday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

"People often think of major medical disasters as unpredictable "black swan" events. In fact, emergency physicians see the same injuries from the same causes time and again, and ordinary people can lessen those risks by their own choices. Dr. McGuff explained the risks, how to mitigate them, and how to best cope if you or a loved one lands in the emergency room." Dr. Doug McGuff is an emergency medicine doctor practicing in South Carolina. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio in 1989, and then trained in Emergency Medicine at the University of Arkansas, where he served as Chief Resident. From there, Dr. McGuff served as Faculty in the Wright State University Emergency Medicine Residency and was a staff Emergency Physician at Wright-Patterson AFB Hospital. Today, Dr. McGuff is a partner with Blue Ridge Emergency Physicians. I interviewed Dr. Doug McGuff about fitness, weightlifting, and high-intensity exercise in December 2012.

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more.

Recent Blog Posts


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Friday, May 10, 2013

The Paleo Rodeo #161

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Elizabeth Leitch-Devlin presents Calcium posted at Mostly Meat Is What I Eat, saying, "What are good sources of calcium, what nutrients are needed for healthy bones, and how much calcium do we really need anyway? Find out more in my latest post."

Kris Gunnars presents Top 11 Superfoods That Can Save Your Life posted at Authority Nutrition, saying, "Some foods are healthier than others. These 11 foods are either highly nutritious or contain unique bioactive compounds that have powerful health benefits."

Sean Coonce presents 1500 Facebook Fan Giveaway posted at FreeRange Human, saying, "Celebrating the 1500 facebook fan milestone, I'm hosting a giveaway featuring US Wellness, Fatworks Tallow, Pure Indian Foods Ghee, new copy of Gather and a Bacon for a Cure T shirt."

Sabine presents Shakshuka Sunday posted at CrossFit CatCave, saying, "From now on, Sundays are Shakshuka Sundays!"

Neely Quinn presents Wise Choice Market $100 Giveaway! posted at Paleo Plan, saying, "Get $100 in organic fermented veggies and coconut ice cream!"

Nell Stephenson presents Gluten Free is Not A Punishment posted at Paleoista, by Nell Stephenson, saying, "Paleo expert Nell Stephenson shares her sentiments on gluten free, Paleo living being a gift, not a punishment and encourages readers to do the same."

Meghan Little and Angel Ayala Torres presents Paleo Seafood Paella, A Puerto Rican Inspired Entrée posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "This recipe is based on Angel's father's authentic Puerto Rican recipe and we promise, you will be so glad you tried it! Even better? It freezes really well, so you can make extra and have ready to go dinner...just reheat and enjoy!"

Peggy Emch presents March Against Monsanto posted at The Primal Parent.

Steve, the Paleo Drummer presents A little more on eating whatever you want posted at The Paleo Drummer, saying, "The key to 'eating whatever you want" is learning what you really want. When you,work all that out is when paleo/primal eating really gets fun."

Eileen Laird presents Healing Foods: Juice Jello posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Healing foods can be fun! Learn more about the benefits of gelatin and how to make this tasty treat at home."

Eileen Laird presents When Painkillers are GOOD for You posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Striving to bring balance to the discussion of pain in the real food and alternative health communities."

Patrick Clark presents Getting the Sleep of Your Dreams by Optimizing Circadian Rhythms posted at Paleo All the Way, saying, "This article summarizes three decades of personal study and experimentation on sleep, diet, health and metabolism. Since this is presenting mostly theory, there was a need to somehow test the hypothesis."

Diana Hsieh presents Dr. Doug McGuff on Avoiding the Emergency Room posted at NoodleFood, saying, "On Wednesday, I interviewed (paleo) emergency medicine physician Dr. Doug McGuff about how to avoid offing yourself prematurely on my internet radio show, Philosophy in Action Radio. The interview wasn't about diet or nutrition per se, but rather about the risky activities that land people in the emergency room or morgue... and that's not where any of us want to be!"

The Cavegirls presents Chocolate Birthday Cake posted at Northwest Cavegirls, saying, "Made my non-paleo Hubby this very Yummy chocolate chip birthday cake with a dark chocolate drizzle icing for his special day. He and the kids loved it!"

The Cavegirls presents Paleo Sandwich Bread posted at Northwest Cavegirls, saying, "I was looking for a great sandwich bread for my kids lunch. This one has a nice crunchy crust, moist middle and goes great with almond butter and paleo jelly!"

Kevin Geary presents How to Eat at a Restaurant and Escape Unscathed posted at The Rebooted Body, saying, "Eating at restaurants isn't optimal, but it's inevitable. Here's seven actionable tips for making the best of it and escaping unharmed."

Rebekah Reddy presents Half Indian Pantry Staples: Ghee posted at Half Indian Cook, saying, "Ghee is a wonderful cooking fat that is versatile and delicious, and often well-tolerated by those who don't tolerate dairy products. It is easy to make, too, and something any lover of Indian food should have in their pantry."

Diane Sanfilippo presents Podcast Episode #86: Talking Paleo pregnancy, baby and books with Arsy! posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "Arsy Vartanian is the author and chef of the Paleo recipe and lifestyle blog, Rubies and Radishes and the cookbook, The Paleo Slow Cooker. In an effort to achieve optimal health and wellness, she discovered Crossfit and the Paleo diet in 2008. On today's podcast, we talk Paleo pregnancy, babies, and motherhood with Arsy."

Rebekah Reddy presents 21-Day Sugar Detox Success Stories {February-April 2013 Groups} posted at The 21-Day Sugar Detox, saying, "This week we're sharing some of our 21-Day Sugar Detox success stories from the last few months. These Sugar Slayers are an inspiration to us all!"

J. Stanton presents Interview: J. Stanton on the “Everyday Paleo Life and Fitness” Podcast with Jason Seib posted at GNOLLS.ORG, saying, "A podcast interview with Jason Seib of EPLifeFit.com – in which we discuss three studies proving that a calorie is not a calorie, my basic four-point weight-loss plan for beginners, sustainable motivation for diet and life changes, and much more!"
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Saturday, May 04, 2013

Philosophy Weekend: News from Philosophy in Action

By Diana Hsieh

Every Saturday, I post the news of the week from my primary work, Philosophy in Action, where I apply rational principles to the challenges of real life. Here's this week's update.

Upcoming Radio Shows

Philosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Below are the episodes upcoming this week. I hope that you join us! More upcoming episodes can be found here: Episodes on Tap.

Sunday Morning, 5 May 2013: Q&A on Sense of Life, Burdensome Friend, Rights-Violators, and More

I'll answer these four questions on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Sunday morning, 5 May 2013.
  • Question 1: Personality and Sense of Life: What is the relationship between personality and sense of life? What is the difference between them? How does a person's sense of life relate to his personality? Does understanding someone's sense of life help us to understand his personality and vice versa?
  • Question 2: Helping a Self-Destructive Friend: Am I obliged to help a friend in trouble due to her own poor choices? I have a friend who is emotionally draining to me, and she is especially "down on her luck" this month. However, her situation is a direct result of especially poor personal choices over the last year, and there is no good path to get her out of the hole of poverty and depression. We don't have much in common other than similar-aged kids, and active participation in a local moms' group, but because I have come to her aid in the past, I feel an unspoken obligation to continue. (Maybe it's guilt or pity, or empathy?) What are my obligations in a friendship that has recently become more taxing than beneficial? I don't dislike her, and we have many mutual friends, but I just don't think I can muster the time, financial resources, or energy this time to help bail her out of the latest fiasco. Is it morally acceptable to refuse to help? Should I talk to her about why now – or wait until she's less vulnerable?
  • Question 3: Taxes Versus Slavery: Are high taxes comparable to slavery? On Facebook, some friends suggest that America is becoming more like Nazi Germany. Others share images comparing Americans workers to slaves picking cotton in the antebellum south due to our ever-higher taxes. I think these comparisons go way too far: Americans are still some of the freest people the world has ever known. No doubt, our freedom is being chipped away, but are we really like slaves or serfs?
  • Question 4: Concern for the Rights of Rights-Violators: Is it wrong to be indifferent to the rights-violations of people who advocate rights-violations? Some celebrities actively promote the violation of rights by lending their support to political groups. For example, former American Idol contestant Krista Branch has actively campaigned against gay marriage on behalf of Focus on the Family. However, in a recent interview, Branch complained that people were pirating her songs. I know that Branch's intellectual property rights should be respected, and I would never pirate her music. Yet I can't feel any sympathy for her, given that she advocates violating other people's rights. I'm of the opinion that people who advocate for the use of force against others should not be spared from the consequences of the kind of culture that creates. Is that wrong? Am I being malevolent? Should I defend her rights, even though she advocates violating my rights?
The live broadcast begins at 8 am PT / 9 MT / 10 CT / 11 ET on Sunday, 5 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that day. For more details, check out the episode page.

Wednesday Evening, 8 May 2013: Dr. Doug McGuff on "Avoiding the Emergency Room"

I'll interview ER physician Dr. Doug McGuff about "Avoiding the Emergency Room" on the live broadcast of Philosophy in Action Radio on Wednesday evening, 8 May 2013.

People often think of major medical disasters as unpredictable "black swan" events. In fact, emergency room doctors see the same injuries from the same causes time and again, and ordinary people can lessen those risks by their own choices. Dr. McGuff will explain the risks, how to mitigate them, and how to best cope if you or a loved one lands in the emergency room.

Dr. Doug McGuff is an emergency medicine doctor practicing in South Carolina. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio in 1989, and then went on to train in Emergency Medicine at the University of Arkansas, where he served as Chief Resident. From there, Dr. McGuff served as Faculty in the Wright State University Emergency Medicine Residency and was a staff Emergency Physician at Wright-Patterson AFB Hospital. Today, Dr. McGuff is a partner with Blue Ridge Emergency Physicians. I interviewed Dr. Doug McGuff about fitness, weightlifting, and high-intensity exercise in December 2012.

The live broadcast begins at 6 pm PT / 7 MT / 8 CT / 9 ET on Wednesday, 8 May 2013. The podcast will be posted later that evening. For more details, check out the episode page.


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28 April 2013: Q&A on Marriage, Religious Ceremonies, Space Travel, and More

I answered these questions on Sunday's Philosophy in Action Radio:

Can marriage be self-interested? Is it wrong for an atheist to refuse to attend a sibling's religious ceremony? Is multigenerational space travel immoral? Is taking antidepressants and other prescribed drugs for mental problems a form of evasion?

You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more, including audio files for individual questions.
1 May 2013: Jim Manley on "Concealed Carry on Campus" I interviewed gun rights litigator Jim Manley about "Concealed Carry on Campus" on Wednesday's Philosophy in Action Radio: "Many people assume that college campuses are – and should be – gun free zones. Jim Manley explains why concealed carry permit holders should be permitted to carry on campus." Jim Manley is a Staff Attorney at Mountain States Legal Foundation. He received his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, where he served as an Associate Editor of the Law Review and President of the Federalist Society. Jim was the lead attorney on the many Mountain States Legal Foundation cases concerning firearms, including Students for Concealed Carry on Campus v. Regents of the University of Colorado, which was a state court challenge to the University's ban on licensed concealed carry on campus. You can listen to or download the podcast below, and visit the episode's page for more.

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Friday, May 03, 2013

The Paleo Rodeo #160

By Diana Hsieh

Welcome to this week's edition of The Paleo Rodeo!

The Paleo Rodeo is a weekly blog carnival featuring the best paleo-related posts by members of the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. The past editions of the Rodeo are collected on this page.

What is "paleo"? As I say in Modern Paleo Principles:

A "paleo" approach to health uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation. The core of paleo is the diet: it eschews grains, sugars, and modern vegetable oils in favor of high-quality meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables.
The purpose of The Paleo Rodeo is to highlight some of the best blogging of the ever-growing paleosphere.

Here is this week's edition:
Kris Gunnars presents Top 11 Health Foods That Can Kill You posted at Authority Nutrition, saying, "Not all 'health foods" are actually healthy, even though it says so on the label. Here are 11 unhealthy foods mistakenly considered to be healthy."

Meghan Little and Angel Ayala Torres presents Paleo Succotash, A Vegetable Medley with Ham and Sausage posted at Paleo Effect, saying, "This delicious succotash is perfect for any meal - Breakfast? Yes, tastes great re-heated! Lunch? Awesome! Dinner? Fantastic. Hearty and with a little kick, this recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser!"

Nell Stephenson presents According to a Study posted at Paleoista, by Nell Stephenson, saying, "Paleo expert Nell Stephenson expresses her frustration with studies being conducted on inane subjects rather than proving that Paleo works as a cure for many diseases."

Adam Farrah presents Strong Keeps Getting Stronger posted at Practical Paleolithic, saying, "Strong is the New Skinny on Facebook just passed 100,000! This post is a commentary on SINS, Paleo, CrossFit and how a 'perfect storm" came together to make it all happen."

Neely Quinn presents From 50% to 10% Body Fat and Allergies and Heartburn Gone posted at Paleo Plan, saying, "A fantastic success story with Paleo!"

Kevin Geary presents The 100 Calorie Snack Pack Lie posted at The Rebooted Body, saying, "The '100 calorie snack pack" proves that the calories-in, calories-out model is severely broken. It's time to point out how insane the idea of a 100 calorie pack of something really is."

Peggy Emch presents Birth Control, NuvaRing, and Deception posted at The Primal Parent, saying, "The recent news about the NuvaRing lawsuit is one of hundreds of lawsuits filed against big drug companies. Consumers and doctors call into question the safety of certain prescription drugs and the marketing practices of companies like Merc and Co.."

Danny J Albers presents Rich, thick, delicious Primal High Fat Caesar Dressing posted at Primal North Recipes, saying, "Ideal for those who welcome dietary fat! A Caesar dressing worthy of the title 'mighty". Inspired by the gut friendly recipes at the Digestive Health Institute with my own Primal North twist."

Suz Crawt presents 20 Unusual Uses For Avocado posted at The Paleo Network, saying, "20 things you didn't now you can do with avocado..."

Patrick Clark presents footloose and chairfree: the hunter/gatherer/GEEK posted at Paleo All the Way, saying, "How to turn your sedentary office into an all day workout using a new way of thinking about furniture and creating a space for the hunter/gatherer/Geek."

Eileen Laird presents Traveling on the Paleo Diet posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "When you're on a restricted diet, traveling can seem out of reach, but the world is too big and beautiful for us to stay house-bound. Thankfully, bloggers across the internet have written some wonderful advice on how to eat GAPS and Paleo on road trips, plane trips, and even international travel."

Eileen Laird presents Carrie's Story posted at Phoenix Helix, saying, "Another autoimmune success story! Carrie healed Hashimoto's through GAPS and Paleo principles, and shares her journey in a detailed interview."

Charissa Talbot presents ER nurse transitions to Paleo and now uses Practical Paleo as a textbook posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "An ER nurse in Bend, Oregon discovered the benefits of the Paleo diet and is using Diane Sanfilippo's Practical Paleo as a textbook in a Real Food Academy to help others improve their health. A real life inspiration!"

Diane Sanfilippo presents Podcast Episode #85: Dating, wine, pre-colonoscopy food, being too clean? posted at Balanced Bites, saying, "This week's podcast topics include dating and Paleo, pre-colonoscopy prep, wine, and probiotic cleansers. And we now have a full transcript available for last week's podcast!"

Rebekah Reddy presents Pastrami Roll-ups posted at Half Indian Cook, saying, "Need a light lunch or snack? Pastrami Roll-ups combine all the goodness of pastrami and spicy brown mustard without the grains. And there is a secret ingredient that makes it even more delicious!"

Steve, the Paleo Drummer presents Why would I want to do a paleo challenge? posted at The Paleo Drummer, saying, "Our CrossFit gym is starting a 30-day paleo challenge soon, and I thought I would encourage participation, but not so much for the 'challenge" part. Instead, I want folks to participate so, at the end of 30 days, the real fun can begin: figuring out an individualized food/diet plan that really works for every participant."

Sabine presents Doro Wat with Chicken posted at CrossFit CatCave, saying, "Delicious recipe based on the Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine."

Melissa,a.k.a. Cavechic presents What's up with your gut? posted at Paleo Connections, saying, "Sometimes, the damage from eating grains for so long is so bad in a person, that it is necessary for them to reset their gut. On Monday, I will be eating nothing but pemmican for at least 1 week. I will record on, my blog, what does, or does not, happen with my body as a result. If you have need of a gut reset, or have been wondering about pemmican for you and/or your family, this is the place to read more about it."

Louise Yang presents Paleo Kale and Chives Egg Muffins posted at Ancestral Chef, saying, "A simple and delicious recipe for getting more kale into your breakfast!"
Many thanks to the PaleoBloggers who submitted to this edition of the The Paleo Rodeo! We love new members! So if you blog on paleo-related matters and you'd like to submit your posts to the carnival, please subscribe to the PaleoBloggers e-mail list. You'll receive instructions and reminders via that list.

Finally, you can find all of the blogs of the PaleoBloggers on this continuously-updated list:
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