We are in the process of moving our Blog here: http://thelibertarianalliance.com/ It may take another week to get to get things right. There is still work to be done on the indexing and the colours and the general information pages. … Continue reading ?
We are delighted to announce that Keir Martland has consented to join the Committee of the Libertarian Alliance as Director of Youth Affairs. He is and will be a most distinguished addition to our Team. Sean GabbFiled under: Announcements, Liberty
Genetic Codes: Private Property Versus Public Goods Ingemar Nordin Philosophical Notes No. 91 Published by the Libertarian Alliance, 2014 ISBN: 9781856376679 Ingemar Nordin is a professor of philosophy at the department of philosophy at Linköping university, Sweden, his field of … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/f5i4jauXSlA/the-who-goes-in-to-bat-for-big-pharma.html The WHO Goes In To Bat For Big PharmaWell, the World Health Organisation has finally come out of the closet and admitted that its Framework Convention for Tobacco Control (FCTC) is nothing more than a mouthpiece … Continue reading ?
Traditionalist Conservatism by Oscar Theodore Hardly anyone has captured the spirit of authentic Traditionalist Conservatism better than the 20th century poet T.S. Eliot. He has been a profound source of inspiration for some of its chief proponents, including the American … Continue reading ?
Douglas Carswell has defected UKIP. You can get all the details for yourselves. What I am interested in is what this actually means – and I can’t say I know what it means as I begin typing this out. I … Continue reading ?
by Paul Craig Roberts http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/08/paul-craig-roberts/corrupt-from-top-to-bottom-2/ Corrupt From Top to Bottom Note: Nothing I hadn’t already come across in the legal journals, but a damning indictment of the American criminal justice system. What makes it particularly scary is: a) Like everything … Continue reading ?
by Richard North http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=85162 Note: Great minds think alike! SIG Brexit: the lessons of Rotherham The outrage of the media over the events of Rotherham needs to be taken as much with a pinch of salt as the expressions of … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/Sdm1zHLVzwU/drafting-smoking-in-cars-consultation.html Drafting A Smoking In Cars Consultation Response Last month I suggested we might have a bash at the consultation on smoking in cars which ends at midnight on Wednesday. Two fellow jewel robbers have already done … Continue reading ?
I could write an epic poem about the thousand mile drive from Slovakia to Deal. I might fill Bk II with an enumeration of the post we found jamming the front door. But I will not bother. I will write … Continue reading ?
Again, below is an email I sent to a "Conservative" (nowadays that means Neoconservative, a horse of a different color) friend of mine. HERE IS THE CRUX OF THE PROBLEM RE: the U.S. Gov't and the Middle East--- From the article you sent, toward the end of it: " But only a fool would believe weapons of mass destruction were the only reason for the war. Show More Summary
Below is a recent email I sent to a "Conservative" friend of mine. It directly relates to the title of this piece. Hate to say it, but I fear that it may be too late, Bob... for education, the economy, sound money. politics, the whole ball of wax. Show More Summary
http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-08-12-iness-gabb.mp3 National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? A Lecture given in Bratislava on the 12th August 2014 to the Institute of Economic and Social Studies (INESS) by Sean Gabb INESS Introduction The Institute of Economic and … Continue reading ?
Listen to the interview. Dr Sean Gabb is a writer and broadcaster and academic. He is the author of twenty books, which include ten novels and three volumes of poetry. He has been commercially translated into Italian, Spanish, Greek, Slovak, … Continue reading ?
A few years ago at some sort of Socialist Convention, John Pilger (a well-known Australian documentarian) gave a speech in which he characterized Obama as "Brand Obama...and it's all fake". There are so many examples of Obama's hypocrisy and deceit that I couldn't possibly relate even half of them to you. Show More Summary
by Anna Raccoon http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AnnaRaccoon/~3/QVEVUN-aNeQ/ Man Bites Dog. It is possibly unfair to infer that Kathy Hook is a dog – bitch might have been better. ‘Man bites Bitch’ – doesn’t have quite the same ring to it. She was voted … Continue reading ?
Here we go again. The first Iraq War was in the early '90s. Just prior to that one, the Fed Gov't supplied weapons to Saddam for his war against Iran. The second Iraq War started in 2003, I believe, and went on seemingly forever; however, it did eventually end. Show More Summary
According to the BBC, Cliff Richard’s home has been searched in connection with claims of a sexual assault committed in 1985 against a male who was, at the time, under the age of sixteen. They entered his property while he … Continue reading ?
by Stewart Cowen http://www.realstreet.co.uk/2014/08/shared-information-whats-its-real-purpose Shared Information: What’s Its Real Purpose? Police want greater access to our medical records (and ‘other information’), as discovered by JuliaM. The Guardian reports, Police want new and expanded rights to access medical records and other … Continue reading ?
by Nick Lands http://www.xenosystems.net/the-problem-of-democracy/ The Problem of Democracy Recent discussions (on Twitter, primarily) have convinced me of the need for a ‘Neocameralism for Dummies’ post, providing a succinct introduction to this genre of political theory. The importance of this is … Continue reading ?