Category Archives: Libertarianism

UKIP Storm To Victory

As Nigel Farage remarked at a press conference on Sunday evening, the only surprise is that it didn’t happen earlier. Warm congratulations to all UKIP members, supporters and voters. Your efforts have resulted in a watershed in British and European … Continue reading

Posted in Libertarianism, UK | 23 Comments

The Ascension Into Heaven

I probably shouldn’t be telling you this. But in a secret deal, sealed only yesterday, James Delingpole, from next month, will be job-swapping with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. I will be looking forward to reading Tony’s Telegraph blog, commenting … Continue reading

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Some Musings On Specialization

Sorry I haven’t posted anything new these past few weeks, but I’ve been laid low by a viral infection that I’m finding rather difficult to shake. So I thought I’d start a discussion with a few jottings, on a topic … Continue reading

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Seasons Greetings

And that’s it for LibertyGibbert for another year. Work and family commitments have meant I haven’t been able to write as much as I would have liked this year, yet we’ve managed to have some interesting discussions. Thank you to … Continue reading

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Misery in Motown

Every Wednesday evening at 8:30, my wife and I switch on the television in our bedroom for our weekly fill of Hardcore Pawn (you should see the raised eyebrows on our friends when we tell them this). It’s a reality … Continue reading

Posted in Libertarianism, United States of America | 58 Comments

LibertyGibbert Open Forum

I’m tied up with work at the moment so don’t have time for an in-depth article; so I’m throwing the floor over to you. A couple of starters: A number of British readers have expressed a bit of envy at … Continue reading

Posted in AGW, Australia, Libertarianism, UK, United States of America | 191 Comments

The New, Libertarian Conscience Of the Senate

I said the other week that I agreed with Paul Keating’s famous denunciation of the Senate as “unrepresentative swill”. It’s now looking highly likely that, due to complicated preference deals which few voters understood or were even aware of, six … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, Libertarianism | 16 Comments