by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/OH3NM0MiIEE/the-who-attempts-to-censor-websites.html The WHO Attempts To Censor Websites As well as being entirely unelected, it appears that the World Health Organisation also doesn’t care much for openness and transparency. Rumours have reached Puddlecote Towers that the WHO is … Continue reading ?
1. Exactly where in the Constitution (C.) does it give the Feds the power to use our military as the world's police force? The War Powers Act does not supercede the C., nor does any other law. The phrase, "Commander-in- Chief" does not negate the rest of the C. Show More Summary
The beginnings of England’s political success by Robert Henderson If England’s unique political success lies in the general tenor of her society, the institutions through which it was achieved were cultivated from the thirteenth century onwards. The start of the … Continue reading ?
James Knight My teenage neighbour knows that good GCSE grades are better than bad ones. She has an idea that will help all students at exam time. Introduce a minimum grade level of C, so that no student, however bad, … Continue reading ?
by Natasha Petrova http://c4ss.org/content/28380 Note: I find this a bizarre article. There is no chance whatever of a left libertarian victory in Iraq. The only choice in the main cities is between a gang of murderous fanatics supported by Saudi … Continue reading ?
by Keith Preston The likely future of American society over the next half century will include the following: 1. An going widening of class divisions driven by a complex convergence of a variety of economic, political, technological, and demographic forces. … Continue reading ?
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/bNhPyTQJDsY/and-were-supposed-to-trust-cancer.html And We’re Supposed To Trust Cancer Research UK? At a time when Cancer Research UK’s most compelling argument against objections to plain packaging is to say that tobacco companies lied 50 years ago so therefore they … Continue reading ?
http://englandcalling.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/the-beginnings-of-englands-political-success/ The beginnings of England’s political success Posted on March 3, 2011by Robert Henderson If England’s unique political success lies in the general tenor of her society, the institutions through which it was achieved were cultivated from the thirteenth century … Continue reading ?
JFS20 On the 22nd and 23rd June 2014, use the above code at the checkout to get 20 per cent off any or all of the following books: Nigel Meek: Conservative Party Politicians at the Turn of the 20th/21st Centuries … Continue reading ...
http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-06-19-sig-libertarianism-hackney.mp3 Me, Two Nudey Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties By Sean Gabb 19th June 2014 The London International Festival of Theatre is an enterprise funded by the Arts Council of England and by the Culture Programme of the European Union. … Continue reading ?
David Davis My dear colleague Sean has had relayed onto his facebook a somewhat exciting post, by someone called Chris White (who I do not know) regarding some scumbags crucifying other people (who they might or might not know, for … Continue reading ?
1. Give countries that in any way support fanatical Islamists a hard time... unless, of course, that country is Saudi Arabia. The Wahhabi Sect, a radical offshoot of the Sunnis, is a State-sponsored religion in the Saudi Kingdom. The majority of the 9-11 hijackers were from the Kingdom. Show More Summary
http://www.libertarian.co.uk/multimedia/2014-06-19-sig-libertarianism-hackney.mp3 Me, Two Naked Men, and a Theatre Full of Lefties by Sean Gabb 19th June 2014 The London International Festival of Theatre is an enterprise funded by the Arts Council of England and by the Culture Programme of the European Union. … Continue reading ?
PREFACEThese blog pieces should not in any way, shape, or form be viewed as "anti-American". The principles of We the People in the USA have not been represented by the Fed Gov't for decades. I'm talking about the principles of freedom, Free Market Capitalism, fairness, and justice. Show More Summary
In London last night, to explain libertarianism to an audience of pro-state lefties. Less hostility than I expected – possibly the audience still recovering from the nudey men who were on before me. Report later.Filed under: Liberty
Palace of Westminster Wednesday 7th July 2014 Committee Room 10 2pm – 4pm The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report and its Implications for UK Climate Policy Dr. Richard S.J. Tol Professor of the Economics of Climate Change University of Sussex Institute … Continue reading ?
by Dan Sanchez http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/06/dan-sanchez/the-bigotry-of-anti-bigotry/ The Bigotry of Anti-Bigotry Left-libertarians who espouse “thick libertarianism” especially like to lump anti-“bigotry” (I’ll explain the scare quotes later) into libertarianism: e.g., anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-homophobia, etc. Show More Summary
by Dick Puddlecote http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DickPuddlecote/~3/UU8qUqtBKDM/mark-drakefords-incompetence-exposed.html Mark Drakeford’s Incompetence Exposed Yet Again The bizarre and indefensible crusade by Labour’s laughable Welsh Assembly Health Minister to dent the success of e-cigs in Wales took another blow this week as more of his carefully … Continue reading ?
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/28180 On Big Box Stores, and the Abuse of Hayek Max Borders (“The Big Box Effect,” The Freeman, May 14), in one of the most perverse exercises in framing ever, portrays Big Box stores and sprawl as … Continue reading ?
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/28216 What is Left-Libertarianism? Left-libertarianism has been getting a lot of buzz recently in the broader American libertarian community. The term “left-libertarian” has been used many ways in American politics, and there seems to be some confusion … Continue reading ?