Obviously, I haven't had time to pull the other round-ups over to this new place yet, but I shall. However, in the meantime, here's the latest collection of libertarian blogging...
The UK Libertarian shows the fallacy of "job losses" if taxes are cut. And says there will be no recovery. And asks: "What is a libertarian?"
Leg-Iron says it's just not funny any more.
The Adam Smith Institute shows why the markets are rejecting investment in China. As, unintentionally, does Constantly Furious.
Constantly Furious comments on Labour's database campaigning. And points out some Tory hypocrisy.
Timmy does the economist's review of a Tory policy.
Christoper Booker says the big three are trying to hide the elephant in the room.
Dungeekin discusses "fairness".
And finally, Tory Rascal (!) has the best spoof of the Labour Election Manifesto cover.
As your humble Devil has recently opined, the WHO is not fit or purpose —its original mandate of public health having been perverted by sing...
Short answer: no. Slightly longer answer: Vote Leave did play fast and loose with the actual definitions—hey! it's marketing. And in...
Sorry, I've not been on my best form recently. I have suspected for some time that the realtionship was not going to last, even to the d...
With the CRU emails having been examined, it seems that some people—mainly techies—are really starting to dig into the data files. These fil...