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The Hillsborough Shirt Arrest is Depressing on Every Possible Level

The Hillsborough Shirt Arrest is Depressing on Every Possible Level

Thomas Walker May 31, 2016 2

Yesterday, a man was arrested for wearing a shirt in a pub. There are parts of the world where that occurrence wouldn’t seem out of place. In some countries, arresting citizens for speech is commonplace,

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Why The EU Mandating Liberalism Is So Ironic

Why The EU Mandating Liberalism Is So Ironic

Thomas Walker March 31, 2016 0

Almost everyone seems to have a clear idea of how they feel about Brexit. Sometimes their reasons are practical; In voters will speak of dire economic consequences and disappearing international influence while Out voters

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USA plummets down Economic Freedom Index

USA plummets down Economic Freedom Index

Chris Nunn September 23, 2015 0

‘The Land of the Free’ is no more. This statement should no longer even be associated with America. It has come into light, the ‘Land of Opportunity’ has sunk yet another level in its

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The tension between libertarianism and religion

The tension between libertarianism and religion

Gordon Johnston April 29, 2014 0

Gordon Johnston examines the complex relationship between libertarianism and religion. David Cameron unintentionally ignited a debate on the soul of the United Kingdom by pronouncing it to be a Christian country. The response from

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Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Backbencher April 24, 2014 2

The upcoming European elections, like every election, will present a dilemma for British libertarians. Ignoring the option of not voting at all, which party deserves the libertarian vote? Providing they supply some candidates, they

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Small isn’t insignificant: freedom on a local level

Small isn’t insignificant: freedom on a local level

Elijah Pryor April 19, 2014 0

Elijah Pryor argues that focusing upon changing our local communities is the best way of advancing liberty. You are just one individual, in one region, in one nation, on one continent, on one planet.

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Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Lee Jenkins March 13, 2014 4

Freedom to enter into contracts includes the freedom to refuse, on any grounds. Libertarians and Classical Liberals will quickly and enthusiastically tell you of the benefits of free markets and liberty; lower taxes, more

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The Hunger Games: Big Government On Speed

The Hunger Games: Big Government On Speed

Lee Jenkins February 13, 2014 0

 What does the box office and publication smash hit tell us about the nature and temptations of Big Government? Planned Economy In Panem, the central government controls utterly the twelve districts and the life

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Vote To Sustain The Thread Of Liberty

Vote To Sustain The Thread Of Liberty

Backbencher January 18, 2014 0

At every election, argues Ellie McHugh, we should vote only for candidates who will sustain Parliament as a check on executive power, and not as an enabler of it “In Xanadu did Kubla Khan

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Rand Paul To Sue The NSA

Rand Paul To Sue The NSA

Richard Elliott January 4, 2014 0

And he might just win Early this morning GMT/late last night Stateside, libertarian favourite and Republican Senator Rand Paul announced his intention to sue the NSA as a result of the leaked information in

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