The UK Libertarian challenges the vilification of price-fixing. He goes on to say government regulation is completely useless to us and helps the people being regulated.
From the other side of the political spectrum, the Socialist Squirrel offers this rather gnomic take on libertarian socialism.
Samizdata offers a cautionary tale of the modern state.
Left-libertarianism: some thoughts from my lovely wife, and the slightly less lovely Obnoxio The Clown, Jock Coats and Boatang and Demetriou.
Obsidian points out the folly of minimum alcohol pricing, tersely.
The excellent Reason magazine points out the consequences of policing by targets.
Timmy opens a can of worms.
It's early days, but Burning Our Money contrasts words with deeds.
And finally, Decline of the Logos dissects this panopticon Parliament.
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