by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/Xk2fFR359T8/turning-off-tax-tap.html Turning Off The Tax Tap Via Taking Liberties, if you listen carefully, you might just hear a gravy train coming off the rails down in the South West. On Wednesday a producer rang to tell me … Continue reading ?
https://archive.org/details/mysteriesopiumr00jonegoog The fun starts on p.20Filed under: Liberty
The fun really starts on p.20 https://archive.org/details/mysteriesopiumr00jonegoog Filed under: Liberty
In today's editorial about Governor Jack Markell's "realistic" plan to fix Delaware's infrastructure via $250 million in new taxes (highlighted by 10 cents per gallon gas tax increase) and $250 million in borrowing, the WNJ editorial board finds four reasons that such a plan is probably going nowhere. Show More Summary
If you think that none of this affects you, please think again after you're done reading it. I'm too old and decrepit to worry about it all for myself, but I'm very concerned about the impact of it on my grandchildren...now, and when...Show More Summary
This, I think, is one of those not-very-wonderful books that still manages to be rather entertaining. It is in dire need of a thorough edit (there are opaque sentences, repetitious/inelegant phrases and typos to contend with) and, furthermore, the author … Continue reading ?
Note: This release was held over while I took advice on whether it might be in contempt of court. SIG Libertarian Alliance News Release Thursday the 6th February 2014 Release Time: Immediate Contact: Dr Sean Gabb, sean, 07956 472 199 … Continue reading ?
We are told that by denying or by rationalising we can change our belief at will but that is clearly false. Our beliefs are automatic so quite independent of our will. The backward psychologists say that we can ignore evidence … Continue reading ?
http://gaypv.mx/interviews/richard-blake-straight-author-writes-gay-themes/ What is your current novel? My latest novel, Curse of Babylon, has a very strong gay theme, and shows gay people in a particularly favourable way. I am the author of six historical novels, all published by Hodder & Stoughton in … Continue reading ?
Review Article by Sean Gabb Attack the System: A New Anarchist Perspective for the 21st Century Keith Preston Black House Publishing Ltd, London, 2013, 473pp, £16.50 (pbk) ISBN: 978-0-9927365-0-7 I first came across Keith Preston in October 2008. In those … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/LlyX5nMw304/stop-complaining-while-im-assaulting.html Stop Complaining While I’m Assaulting You, You Bully As demands from the out-of-control Marxists in public health lobby become ever more ludicrous and obscene, resistance and anger has also increased. So a new tactic has been … Continue reading ?
Bloom surcharge tops $5; lawmakers ask why Now, of course you can read this question two ways--but either way it is still simple to answer:Reading ONE: Lawmakers ask why the Bloom surcharge has risen so high?Simple answer: Because, like...Show More Summary
Just recently, Hotmail (Outlook/Microsoft) blocked my email account. They said it was because of "unusual activity", and so they were blocking it to "protect me". They wanted me to send them a "mobile number" so they could "verify" my account by texting me some code or another. Show More Summary
Former Congressman Alan West and a lot of others are seriously disturbed by the Coke Super Bowl ad that had people singing "America the Beautiful" in different languages. Aside from quoting Teddy Roosevelt, West opines: If we cannotShow More Summary
http://lawyerssecularsociety.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/jesus-and-mo-its-time-to-pick-a-horse/ By Lawyers’ Secular Society Secretary Charlie Klendjian (H/T Old Holborn for the link) A few weeks ago I appeared on the BBC1 programme The Big Questions to discuss, well, a big question: “Should human rights always outweigh religious rights?” You can … Continue reading ?
Today's WNJ highlights what most people already knew: there aren't enough votes in the Democratically controlled General Assembly to pass a five-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase in order to raise $500 million and borrow another $500 million for a massive infrastructure improvement plan. Show More Summary
... let's take a moment to think about pretending to save jobs while actually (a) socializing the losses of millionaires and (b) throwing good money after bad.You will note that today's WNJ article bemoaning the drop in Dover Downs net...Show More Summary
Note: This arrived in my inbox a few days ago, with a false return address. The covering note says: “Please find attached an article which I would like to submit for publication on the Libertarian Alliance blog site. “If you … Continue reading ?
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Counter-Currents/~3/SzeAVxh0XtI/ Note: An interesting essay, from a very naughty website – so naughty that prim libertarians like Yours Truly should not admit to knowing its existence, let alone to reading its articles. Jonathan Bowden and I were contemporaries, and I … Continue reading ?