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The Rise of the Libertarian Party: The Dawn of Three Party Politics?

The Rise of the Libertarian Party: The Dawn of Three Party Politics?

Oliver Greenwood June 8, 2016 0

Making his rounds on television in a well-cut suit paired with trainers and trying to sell himself as the next President of the United States, Gary Johnson, Presidential Candidate for the Libertarian Party, is

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Assisted Suicide – A Libertarian’s Wobble‏

Assisted Suicide – A Libertarian’s Wobble‏

Lee Jenkins October 22, 2015 0

Commuters picking up a Metro this brisk Monday morning will today have been presented with a typically bold headline from the free daily. Company director Simon Binner, 57, suffers from motor neurone disease and

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The Property and Freedom Society: The Club Med of Libertarian Conferences

The Property and Freedom Society: The Club Med of Libertarian Conferences

Keir Martland October 14, 2015 0

Earlier this year, Hans-Hermann Hoppe invited me to his annual Property and Freedom Society (PFS) conference in Bodrum, Turkey. Having never been to Turkey before, I decided I would ask a good friend and

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China Is Fed Up Of Population Control

China Is Fed Up Of Population Control

Chris Nunn September 16, 2015 0

News reports have swept through the Chinese media site ‘Weibo’ detailing the tragic events of a Chinese mother being pressured to abort her eight month unborn child by the state. The woman at the

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General Election Liberty List

General Election Liberty List

Robert Tyler April 22, 2015 1

With the general election only 16 days away it’s time to identify the Pro-Liberty candidates… Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months you’ll know that on May 7th the

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Libertarianism and the lessons it has for the Left

Libertarianism and the lessons it has for the Left

Backbencher June 3, 2014 5

Libertarianism has many valuable lessons for the Left, argues Lily Summers, and the Left is foolish to ignore them On many, many occasions, I’ve heard numerous people on the right, or people who identify

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Walter Benjamin – an unlikely source of inspiration for libertarians

Walter Benjamin – an unlikely source of inspiration for libertarians

Daniel Pryor May 6, 2014 0

Daniel Pryor discusses the ways in which libertarians can learn from reading Walter Benjamin. “If the natural utilization of productive forces is impeded by the state, the increase in technical devices, in speed, and

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Food banks – hand out or hand up?

Food banks – hand out or hand up?

Old Holborn April 22, 2014 0

“I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it” said Abraham Lincoln once in a swipe against religion and charity. This Easter weekend has seen the

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The timely end of BigGov

Old Holborn February 27, 2014 2

Slowly, but surely, it’s all coming undone. I’m not talking the stitching on Jo Brands tent, but our reliance on Big Government to solve all our problems. Since the end of the Second World

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Smoking In Cars: A Bad, Bad, Bill

Smoking In Cars: A Bad, Bad, Bill

Backbencher February 21, 2014 0

 The Bill that seeks to enable a ban on smoking whilst with a child in a car is badly thought-through, argues Reece Warren The recent amendment to the Children and Families Bill is the

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