Politics


Threats to Liberty in Egypt

Not only intolerant and radical “Islamism,” but also military/socialist dictatorship: New York Times: Egyptians Say Military Discourages an Open Economy

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Egypt, from the Perspective of One Person Who Was Personally Persecuted by Mubarak

Egypt Will Never Be the Same: What I saw on the streets of Alexandria, by Kareem Amer (Wall Street Journal, January 28, 2011) (I was involved, with many others, in…

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Some Applebaumian Wisdom

Washington Post: “A government of the people’s every wish?” If you don’t live in this country all of the time, and I don’t, here is what you notice when you…

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Criminalization of Art in Russia

The Economist: “What happens when you display “Forbidden art” From Prof. Andrei Zorin of Oxford University (and a contributor to InLiberty.ru and speaker at InLiberty.ru events): There can be no…

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The One Ring

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c

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Good News from London!!!

Daily Telegraph: “Nick Clegg: tell us the laws that you want scrapped” The public will be asked what laws they want ripped up, in far-reaching reforms designed to put back…

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A Little Shakeup!

Los Angeles Times: “Rand Paul of ‘tea party’ movement wins GOP primary in Kentucky” You can take issue with his stands on Guantanamo or foreign policy, but he’s sent a…

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Marcus Raskin at his best

Interview on American politics

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Roots of the Greek Crisis

Explained by Experts Takis Michas and Patrick Welter I’ve known both Takis and Patrick for years and it was great to have them both together in D.C. to talk about…

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