Libertarian Fiction, Liberty
... thanks to what analysts see as an extremely risky move in Pennsylvania....But in Delaware Highmark's partly owned offspring, MedExpress, continues to spend bazillions of dollars in advertising to use Wal-Mart tactics [and questionable preferential reimbursement policies] in a brazen attempt to drive all other urgent care centers out of business.
by Richard North http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=83861 Note: I don’t always agree with Richard North’s analysis. In particular, I have much more respect for Nigel Farage than he has. However, his insistence that we should pay attention to the turnout in elections is … Continue reading ?
Any Questions, 2nd April 2010: “I have a feeling that prohibition in this whole area simply isn’t working. Every year we say that we are going to fight the war on drugs harder than we have fought it the year … Continue reading ?
http://the-libertarian.co.uk/sean-gabb-interview/ Sean Gabb and Libertarianism by Keir Martland, May 3, 2013 In the first of a series of interviews with leading libertarians, Dr Sean Gabb, Director of the Libertarian Alliance, discusses what libertarianism means to him. Dr Gabb is also … Continue reading ?
[I will be sending this letter personally to my own Rep and others; I encourage you to cut and paste as necessary and send it to yours.]Within the near future, SB 51, which purports to raise standards for teacher education preparation...Show More Summary
Yesterday the Senate proved once again that nobody there--despite party differences--actually thinks about public education critically by passing Dave Sokola's ridiculous SB 51, which is supposed to improve teacher preparation in Delaware.I...Show More Summary
The Libertarian National Committee issued a surprisingly strong press release on May 1, comparing the Boston Marathon bombing to America's foreign wars.It took about two weeks after the bombing for the LNC to draft and release the statement...Show More Summary
Oh, but I’m getting so bored by the paedo witchhunt that I can barely feel alarmed by the latest turns in its lunacy. A Coronation Street actor is now being done for an alleged assault 46 years ago – the … Continue reading ?
David Davis (from Matt at the DT) Today, for the first time a rather historically large number of British voters get to be able to elect, if they like, candidates for “Council Seats” (this to say in honest countries – … Continue reading ?
It would seem so. I myself have not been posting much, for various reasons that I won't go into now (though I'll try to increase output in the near future).In the meantime, Angela Keaton of Antiwar.com was interviewed on that very topic last February by RT. She came across very well, and made some accurate observations.
by S.J.A Turney http://sjat.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/ghosts-of-athens/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter I may be at a disadvantage with this dark, complex and involved epic historical thriller from Richard Blake in that it is the fifth in a series and I have leapt in at the end. I … Continue reading ?
This post, from the DSEA Facebook page, is pretty good evidence that at the state level the teachers' union is far removed from the concerns of teachers in the classroom: Today DSEA's Dir. of Legislation and Political Organizing Kristin Dwyer is testifying in support of what is being called the "Teacher Prep" bill, SB 51. Show More Summary
The recent case of Arthur Redfearn has proved to be of some significance in establishing a firmer basis for freedom of association within employment law. Mr Redfearn, a bus driver, was considered a “first class employee” and had attracted complaints … Continue reading ?
by Richard North http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=83855 Note: I am minded of these lines from Kipling: I could not dig: I dared not rob: Therefore I lied to please the mob. Now all my lies are proved untrue And I must face the … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/1UioYb_5ybg/will-coalition-be-more-bossy-than-labour.html Will The Coalition Be More Bossy Than Labour?We’re still no nearer finding out if the incredibly inept campaign in favour of plain packaging will be successful. If you’re not already aware, it’s been a farce from … Continue reading ?
by Thomas Knapp http://c4ss.org/content/18619 Note: Of course, I’m against any war unless it’s for the most unambiguous reasons of self-defence against aggression – eg the Norman Invasion. What really gets on my tits nowadays, though, is the endless chorus of … Continue reading ?
by William Gillis http://c4ss.org/content/18769 Welcome to Our New Site The Center for a Stateless Society launched in October of 2006, since then we’ve blown through many milestones and growing pains. We’ve always had big plans and even bigger dreams, and … Continue reading ?