by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/PtdutLRJ3jE/know-decent-pub-garden-shhh-don-tell.html Know A Decent Pub Garden? Shhh, Don’t Tell Via ASH Scotland, this written question exchange between a Green MSP and Scotland’s anti-smoker in chief is highly amusing (I think even he was probably struggling not to … Continue reading ?
The Curse of Babylon by Richard Blake Amid the plotting, revolts and wild hedonism of the remains of the Roman empire at the beginning of the seventh century, English adventurer Aelric faces his hardest challenge as he tries to stop … Continue reading ?
by Ahmet the Turk Original Post: Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch, July 25, 2014 Response: I wasn’t aware that Geller had written an equally length refutal. Sometimes there is a section header titled message history, which hides the message instead of … Continue reading ?
by Joel Schlossberg http://c4ss.org/content/29571 “Economic Patriotism”: The Last Refuge of a Tax Scoundrel In mid-July, US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew proposed that Congress prohibit US-based companies from moving offshore in search of more favorable tax climates, citing an ostensible need … Continue reading ?
David Davis Having “done” tobacco, being in the process of killing alcohol, and with sugar almost lynched, what are the GramscoFabiaNazi slave-resouces-management-prescription-directors starting on now? Water of course. The level of scientific understanding of both the journo and a number … Continue reading ?
http://www.rawillumination.net/2012/02/i-robot-by-robert-anton-wilson.html I, ROBOT by Robert Anton Wilson (This short essay, another of Robert Anton Wilson’s “Illuminating Discords” columns from New Libertarian Weekly. It’s from issue No. 80, July 3, 1977. — Tom). Fairness? Decency? How can you expect fairness or … Continue reading ?
Interview with Richard Blake Posted on July 23, 2014 by Jennifer Falkner Richard Blake has so far written these historical novels, all published in London by Hodder & Stoughton, and all set in the Byzantine Empire of the seventh century: Conspiracies of … Continue reading ?
‘Anarchism and Crime’ by Wilson and Shea (This article ran in Green Egg. I could not find a date, so all I can say is it was in the 1970s. It reads like one of the missing appendices for Illuminatus!, … Continue reading ?
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/29482 ISIS: Yes, Mr. Blair, You Did Build This Last month, in a tone which might best be called unlikely insistence, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair reassured the public that “we” — the UK and United … Continue reading ?
The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity What the Media Won’t Report About Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 Rep. Ron Paul, July 21, 2014 Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians … Continue reading ?
by Anna Raccoon http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AnnaRaccoon/~3/jup-DvW8oCg/ Groomed by Labour – Screwed by Tories? NO Freeman shall be taken or imprisoned, or be disseised of his Freehold, or Liberties, or free Customs, or be outlawed, or exiled, or any other wise destroyed; nor … Continue reading ?
Political arguments should primarily be based on reason, logic and empirical justification, with ethics taking only a secondary consideration. The reason being: if a policy passes the test with regard to reason, logic and empirical justification, it should pass the … Continue reading ?
The Joys of Writing Byzantine Historical Fiction Richard Blake (Published on ForWinterNights, July 2014) As the author of six novels set in seventh century Byzantium, I’m often asked: Why choose that period? There’s always been strong interest within the historical … Continue reading ?
by James Tuttle http://c4ss.org/content/29415 Henry George The following article was written by Kenneth Gregg and published at CLASSical Liberalism, September 4, 2005. What is necessary for the use of land is not its private ownership, but the security of improvements. … Continue reading ?
http://attackthesystem.com/2014/07/18/is-market-anarchism-eclipsing-anarcho-marxism/ Is Market Anarchism eclipsing Anarcho-Marxism? by Keith Preston It seems to me that in the last couple of years “free market anarchism” in its various forms has grown to the point where it’s now starting to eclipse or even … Continue reading ?
by Stewart Cowen http://www.realstreet.co.uk/2014/07/drip-and-tricks-of-the-political-trade DRIP and Tricks of the Political Trade The real reason for the drastic Government reshuffle, according to many commentators, is to deflect our attention from the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (DRIP) Bill which has been … Continue reading ?
by Nick Land http://www.xenosystems.net/attention-economy/ Attention Economy rkhs put up a link to this (on Twitter). I suspect it will irritate almost everyone reading this, but it’s worth pushing past that. Even the irritation has significance. The world it introduces, of … Continue reading ?
David Davis Three and more decades ago, when the Libertarian Alliance kept “The Alternative Bookshop” in Covent Garden, we used to print badges that said useful things to people: rather as if we were Marxists-Turned-Upside-Down – in the words of … Continue reading ?
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