Exhausted though I am, The Kitchen brings you your weekly libertarian goodies...
The Whited Sepulchre points out that state health "care" is the same everywhere you go.
The UK Libertarian has a video of Hoppe on the small state and another linking gun control to higher crime rates.
The Guardian says that the "global financial crisis" was actually a housing bubble.
Anna Raccoon (and Old Holborn) have done a good deed. And she points out the costs of the government running a Potemkin village. She also shows how Libertarian politicians regard public funds.
Al Jahom identifies weaknesses in Gordon Brown's rhetoric. And has a frightening piece on state-sanctioned torture.
Leg-Iron deconstructs the bogeyman.
Obnoxio The Clown is somewhat less than happy with one union or another.
Counting Cats looks at "daftsodism". And at science.
And I commend this blog in its entirety to you.
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