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Judge Napolitano’s History of Liberty, Parts 3 and 4

Parts three and four of five…. Advertisements

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Comment of the week

By some bloke called He’s Spartacus. I’ve just tried to sign up for the beta programme. Unfortunately I was unable to complete the process as there is no option for loyal Subjects of Her Majesty the Queen. I am not an EU Citizen. That is all. This blog supposes it should be happy that it […]

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Guess who said, “The internet cannot be something free, where anything can be done or said.”

So who do you reckon? Some right wing fascist despot like….erm….George W Bush? Benjamin Netanyahu? Margaret Thatcher? Nigel Farage? Álvaro Uribe? An easy mistake to make, I agree, but no. It was everyone’s favourite champion of democracy and freedom (it says here), El Comandante himself, Hugo Chávez, the saviour of Venezuela, sorry, Latin America sorry, […]

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