Category Archives: United States of America

The Right To Discriminate

…or, depending on your viewpoint, the right to freedom of association, the right to be a bigot, or the right to uphold the principles of religion. At first glance, it looks straightforward enough. Mike Pence, the Governor of the State … Continue reading

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Israel Speaks

(call to order and intro begin at 22:20) Wow. I mean, WOW. I have heard some great speeches in my time. Some years ago, I posted on this blog Ronald Reagan’s 1964 speech supporting Republican Presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. I … Continue reading

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Fifty Years On, And We’re None The Wiser.

I was alive when it happened. But as I was living in Sydney, and only six months old at the time, I’m not very high on the FBI’s list of suspects. Probably.

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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

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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

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Libertarianism And Gun Law

This post will be briefer than I had originally intended, and for a couple of reasons. First, I haven’t put up any threads for a while, and I feel as though I need a break from work today, so here … Continue reading

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The Thirty-Second Version

That’s all the time I’ve got to compose this post…

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