Monthly Archives: June 2012

Gunwalker – What The Hell???

I don’t know much about this whole Gunwalker episode, beyond the little I’ve read in the news. But it’s now meant the United States’ chief executive law officer has just been held in contempt of Congress. Pretty serious stuff. I … Continue reading

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Daily Telegraph Delingpole Refugee Camp

G’day Folks, The DT blogs are down for maintenance for an unusually long period of time. So all regular readers of James Delingpole’s blog are welcome to continue the discussion here. Even the trolls can come in, just to make … Continue reading

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Parliament On A Knife Edge Part VI – What Goes Around…

Well, it’s finally happened. The scandal surrounding corruption in the Australian Workers’ Union in the 1990s, which LibertyGibbert covered last August, has now been formally raised in Federal Parliament.

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A Mixed Legacy

Bella, horrida bella, et Thybrim multo spumantem sanguine cerno. – Virgil, Aeneid VI LXXXVI-LXXXVII Today LibertyGibbert marks the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Enoch Powell, British scholar, poet, soldier, linguist, politician and polymath. How prescient were his views, … Continue reading

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Liberty, Faith And Reason

Today, LibertyGibbert will look at the rôle of religion in an increasingly secular society, and question how religious faith can potentially add to, and conversely how institutionalized religion has so often subtracted from, the liberty of the individual.

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