by Richard North http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=85071 Trade agreements: is “unbundling” the future? A little while ago, the Financial Times ran a piece by Alan Beattie on UKIP’s trade policy (above), who argued that it “would leave Britain isolated and vulnerable”. I didn’t … Continue reading ?
By the "Oligarchy", I'm referring of course to those at the highest levels in politics, Big Business, and the Intelligentsia...the ones who "run the country". They are both Democrats and Republicans, but those labels are not in any way important to them. Show More Summary
by Jock Coats http://jockcoats.me/node/3522 April 4, 2010 There’s been a right royal fuss been made in the past couple of weeks or so concerning a Bed & Breakfast owner in Cookham, Berkshire (unrelated note – my school had Stanley Spencer’s … Continue reading ?
Both John Kerry and Hillary Clinton have suggested that Edward Snowden should return to the U.S. and face trial. That brings to mind the current, worldwide philosophical (and practical) clash between the Institutionalists and the Insurrectionists. Show More Summary
by Simon Muir Note: I have spent much of my life denouncing the persecution of homosexuals. More recently, I have turned to denouncing the persecution of Christians by homosexuals. I do both on exactly the same grounds, of freedom of … Continue reading ?
Gene H. Bell-Villada is a professor of romance languages at Williams College, having earned his doctorate in the field at Harvard.He's written or edited eleven books, including Art for Art's Sake & Literary Life, a finalist for the 1997...Show More Summary
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by Robert Henderson http://livinginamadhouse.wordpress.com/2014/07/06/politics-has-no-place-in-a-charity/ There are many aspects of modern charities which run contrary what is still, despite all the bad publicity charities have had in recent years, the general public’s idea of what a charity should be; an organisation … Continue reading ?
I have been looking through my various on-line sales figures. 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 cheapskates … Continue reading ?
by Robert Henderson http://livinginamadhouse.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/film-review-transcendence/ Film review – Transcendence Transcendence Main Cast Johnny Depp as Dr. Will Caster, an artificial-intelligence researcher. Morgan Freeman as Joseph Tagger, a government scientist Rebecca Hall as Evelyn Caster, Caster’s wife and a fellow academic. Kate … Continue reading ?
Note: One must always try to hear the other side. SIG Review: #LIFTChange Some people think I’m bonkers, but I just think I’m free. Reviewed by Ben DeVere. “Some people think I’m bonkers, but I just think I’m free” was … Continue reading ?
by Murray Rothbard http://mises.org/daily/6804/How-To-Have-Law-Without-Legislation How To Have Law Without Legislation [Adapted from Rothbard’s book review of Freedom and the Law by Bruno Leoni. This review first appeared in New Individualist Review, edited by Ralph Raico.] [In his book Freedom … Continue reading ?
by the Rev. Dr Alan Clifford 1776? 1620? What about the events of 1562-5? As sexual perversion and Islamic darkness tighten their grip on the USA, Americans need to recover their earliest history… AMERICA’S HEROIC DAWN THE HUGUENOT MARTYRS OF … Continue reading ?
It’s Like ‘Atlas Shrugged’, Only Good! Posted by Keir Martland on July 6, 2014 Birthday presents rarely come with IOUs attached to them, but maybe this general maxim doesn’t extend to birthday presents given by novelists. And so, the below, is my feeble … Continue reading ?
James Knight A very interesting, but highly contentious, issue reared its ugly head yesterday as Rolf Harris was charged with 12 counts of indecent assault. What’s extremely contentious about the outcome is that he was charged under the sexual offences … Continue reading ?
Jame Knight A very interesting, but highly contentious, issue reared its ugly head yesterday as Rolf Harris was charged with 12 counts of indecent assault. What’s extremely contentious about the outcome is that he was charged under the sexual offences … Continue reading ?
http://www.libertarianview.co.uk/current-affairs/rolf-harris-beyond-reasonable-doubt Rolf Harris – Beyond Reasonable Doubt? Posted on July 3, 2014 by admin Rolf Harris has been convicted and for many that is conclusive proof of his guilt. However, we should not forget that the British justice system is … Continue reading ?
http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/07/robert-groezinger/is-the-past-the-future/ Is the Past the Future? By Robert Groezinger July 5, 2014 Imagine waking up one day and discovering that, although your country has not changed, the rest of the world has. You find that while your immediate surroundings have … Continue reading ?
Tax Drink: Hurt the Poor By Sean Gabb (Published in The Phuket Gazette, 5th July 2014) There are two cases for taxing alcohol. The first is that government must somehow be paid for, and that drink can and should be … Continue readin...
Hello Mr. Gabb. My name is Drew Warner, a friend from across the pond. I stumbled across your blog after a night of surfing the internet. Love the gun rights posts, and the chutzpah. I’ll continue to read it. I’ve … Continue reading...