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My talk in Oxford on “Anarchism, Limited Government, and Liberalism: A Modest Case for Sacking the State”

Tom Palmer – “Anarchism, Limited Government & Liberalism: A Modest Case for Sacking the State” from oxford libertarian on Vimeo. It was a rather informal chat that covered a number…

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Where is the “Peace” in the Peace Prize?

Nobel Peace Prize winner President Obama is escalating the war in Afghanistan and has made no additional moves, beyond what the Bush administration had planned, for any withdrawal from Iraq….

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Not UNESCO’s business

BBC: “Russian tower plans cause alarm” Unesco has warned the building of the skyscraper, which would tower over the city’s Neva river and surrounding low-level buildings, could mean St Petersburg…

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Someone Was Clever

(Note: Not to say I agree with everything in the video, but it sure is a clever idea. I just wish a version had been done under the Bush administration…

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Chinese Libertarianism

Guominliyi.org

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Dumb, Mr. President. Dumb.

The Financial Times: “US tyre duties spark clash” If you agree, join the FreedomToTrade.org Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/FreedomtoTrade

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Norman Borlaug: Benefactor to Mankind

Millions of people around the world are alive because of the achievements of Norman Borlaug. Few of them will ever hear his name, even though many, many more will hear…

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The Washington Post on Our Right-to-Carry Case

Washington Post: “Gunning for the District: For some gun advocates, securing the right to keep and bear arms at home wasn’t enough” IF TOM PALMER and his fellow plaintiffs have…

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Sunny Marseille

I got in to France yesterday, after a pretty awful flight (I had a two-year old terrorist next to me, who screamed and threw things for the entire flight to…

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“Media Crimes”

CNN: “U.S. report: Chavez moving to silence media critics” Chavez’s government defended the draft of the bill, as well as the recent closure of the broadcasters, as being within the…

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