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DRIP and Tricks of the Political Trade

by Stewart Cowen 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 ?

Attention Economy

by Nick Land 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 ?

Peace Through Superior Firepower

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 ?

If you can’t laugh at this…

…You’re looking at the wrong libertarian blog.Filed under: Humour

The Malaysian Aeroplane Crash

Though short of time, I feel some obligation to comment on this. Let’s take it as read that it was a horrible thing, and move to the questions of who did it and what it may lead to. Here are … Continue reading ?

The Ideology of Totalitarian Humanism The Ideology of Totalitarian Humanism By Keith Preston Many on the alternative Right are inclined to refer to PC as “cultural Marxism.” In some ways, this is an apt metaphor, as the PC ideology bears a resemblance to the … Continue reading ?

If we can be ‘transgender’, why can’t we be ‘transracial’?

Race Is a Social Construct, So I’m a Poor Black Orphan by Jim Goad If you’re generally a busy bumblebee like I am, you don’t have time to sit around all day socially constructing things. Thus, I am so glad … Continue reading ?

Richard Blake on the Byzantine Empire

Heraclius: Emperor of Byzantium Walter E. Kaegi Cambridge University Press, 2003, 380pp ISBN 0 521 81459 6 Reviewed by Richard Blake This is the first biography of Heraclius in over a century, and the first ever in English. That a … Continue reading ?

Twin Towers “Struck by Lightning” after Necrophile Sex Romp Involving Jimmy Savile and Ted Heath

See below for pictures. GOTCHA! Now, pull yourself together and please consider buying one of the books to the right of this posting.Filed under: Humour

Learning to Love the Great Satan?

I have been looking through the various sales figures on my books. Around 75 per cent of my on-line book sales in the past year have been in the United States. It may be that I live in a nation of … Continue reading ?

Event in Deal Library

Meet the author – Richard Blake KCC events, Talks & Presentations Deal Library, Deal Meet local author Sean Gabb writing as Richard Blake at Deal Library for an insight into his historical fiction writing. Sean Gabb is a historian, … Continue reading ?

Open the Borders Now and Forever

by David D’Amato Note: I don’t believe that open borders are presently advisable. But there are libertarians who think otherwise. The mission of the Libertarian Alliance is to let all sides be beard on this issue. I therefore commend … Continue reading ?

Reason is not the primary driver of Man

Reason is not the primary driver of Man Robert Henderson Man, at least in his modern secular First World form, has the illusion of free will. That is unsurprising because he is a highly intelligent and self-conscious entity with a … Continue reading ?

John Peaseland, Any Seaside Town

        From the Reviews:   5.0 out of 5 stars excellent read funny sad and touching., 17 May 2014By Jain Nelson – See all my reviews This review is from: Any Seaside Town (Paperback) I picked up … Continue reading ?

Macaulay on Our Revolution With a Difference

This I’ve found to be the most telling quote from ‘History of England’ so far. Before I give you Macaulay, here is the LA’s own John Kersey. The words below are from his 2013 speech to the Traditional Britain Group: … Continue readi...

“Monk” Lewis: The Dan Brown of 1796?

The Dan Brown of 1796? Some years ago, when everybody else was was reading it, I read Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. It was pretty ridiculous, but it had an uncanny ability to keep me turning the pages to … Continue reading ?

A Brief Guide to Self-Publishing and a free book offer

by Sean Gabb Dear All, I commend the attached article on self-publication. If you are interested in publishing yourself, but don’t know where to begin, this is a good overview of the current options. I write from long experience, even … Continue reading ?

For the Children… and the Adults

by Stewart Cowen For the Children… and the Adults Leg-iron tells us that Theresa May has announced that there is going to be an investigation into paedophilia, not just in Westminster, To placate the masses, they are also going … Continue reading ?

Who’s Been Misleading The EU?

by Dick Puddlecote Who’s Been Misleading The EU? Now this is interesting. European officials have been wrongly labelling e-liquid as extremely toxic. The civil servants had been misclassifying e-liquid as either a CLP category 2 product, alongside strychnine, or … Continue reading ?

David Hume: A Brief Appreciation

David Hume: A Brief Appreciation by Sean Gabb (Published in The Salisbury Review, Summer 2004) In writing about David Hume (1711-76), it is hard to know where to begin. He was a first rate philosopher, historian, economist, political philosopher and … Continue reading ?

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