My favourite scene from Good Will Hunting and pertinent to the principles of liberty in its condemnation of killing people abroad who have done no harm to you personally. [youtube]l8rQNdBmPek[/youtube] Taken to it’s logical conclusion this belief should lead anybody who holds it to a pure libertarian position; though most […]

April 26 (Bloomberg) – A growing number of high-end homes   are selling at a loss or facing repossession by lenders in Las Vegas, which already has the highest rate of foreclosure filings among large U.S. cities. The wave of defaults that began with subprime borrowers and the unemployed has […]


The date of this post has special significance for me because it was during the 29th – 30th of April 1994, that I witnessed the beginning of what later came to be known as “Project Cloverleaf”  in operation over New England and in particular the skies over Central Maine. In […]

Source: https://www.boingboing.net/2011/04/17/nz-mp-votes-for-anti.html A reader writes, “In a beautiful twist of irony, New Zealand parliament member Melissa Lee has been caught in a copyright quagmire. It turns out that just hours before she spoke out in support of the controversial new copyright law being rushed through parliament, she tweeted how pleased […]


[ awesome … ] [youtube]N6k7DaW4xmA[/youtube] BDS – Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions against Israeli company Primer marketing Dead Sea products in St. Luke’s Westfield Mall Auckland, New Zealand – Action taken on 23 April 2011 In 2005, Palestinian civil society issued a call for a campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions […]

https://www.andyworthington.co.uk/2011/04/25/andy-worthington-discusses-the-significance-of-wikileaks-guantanamo-files-on-democracy-now/ On Monday afternoon, after almost no sleep, because of the rush release on Sunday night of WikiLeaks’ Guantánamo files, and after a busy morning of feedback and planning, a trip to central London for an interview on the BBC World Service’s Newshour, a quick cup of coffee and a […]

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