The UK Libertarian compares capitalism with crony capitalism. He also shows how free markets help people to take care of themselves better. And he points out the nonsense of government "creating jobs".
Bristol Dave talks about the pointless raising of the terror threat level.
Boatang & Demetriou point out Labour's final betrayal.
The Adam Smith Institute has some empirical evidence that Britain is no longer free.
Jerub-Baal shows that we're not out of the recession.
The LPUK has attracted another former UKIP member. And announces another LPUK candidate for the election.
John Redwood asks what happened to that massive stimulus.
Capitalists@Work reflects on how the Chilcot enquiry shines a light into banks' murky boardroom dealings.
Jeff Randall highlights the insanity of quangos in the current economic climate.
Crazy Elmont sees history repeating itself.
That's all for this week. However, thanks to those chaps who offered to host the Libertarian Roundup, but I think that I'll keep it in one place for the moment—maybe we'll start a travelling circus later on (as happened to the Britblog Roundup).
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