Monthly Archives: March 2012

Power In All The Wrong Hands

I’m still rather tied up, so I thought as a bit of a change of pace,  I’d direct you to a rather marvellous article from the von Mises Institute: The Seven Rules of Bureaucracy. Had me in stitches at several … Continue reading

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Only In America

I’m exaggerating. It’d be de rigeur for any dictatorship worthy of the name. But the latest Executive Order of President Barack Hussein Obama, National Defense Resources Preparedness, signed last Friday with virtually no fanfare at all, is gob-smacking in its scope and … Continue reading

Posted in United States of America | 42 Comments

More Dollars Than Sense

Still hammering away on my next thread, so I thought I’d ask you about the topic currently doing the rounds over at DT: “Quantitative Easing”, or QE.

Posted in United States of America | 13 Comments

Agree Or Else Part II – The Silencing Of Dissent

Our God-Emperor beat me to it. The Australian Government’s Finkelstein Report, released last Friday, is the stuff of all freedom-loving people’s nightmares. It proposes the establishment of a new bureaucracy, the News Media Council, to “regulate” all forms of print … Continue reading

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The Darkest Debate

In this thread, LibertyGibbert will look at the topic which, more than any other, divides Libertarians. It’s a topic I have been reluctant to raise on this forum till now; indeed, I have been advised by some of you that … Continue reading

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