Friday, December 27, 2013

Letter of Liberty News Edition (12-27-2013)

This Friday is going to be a post-Christmas news roundup.

Pat Buchanan on Churchill, Mandela, and the war for the future

Jack Cashill shows the relationship between the thought of Alexis de Tocqueville and The Walking Dead.

Robert Wenzel exposes yet another evil of the politically correct rich guy George Soros.

Edward Snowden gives his Christmas message.

It seems that there is a comeback of debtor's prisons in America.

Martin Kettle poses the interesting dilemma of what would happen if Germans won WWI.

The Washington Times gives an editorial on plug-in cars.

Amy Goodman on the new normal for Obama

Fergus Hodgson makes the case for open borders.

The Muskegon Libertarian asks whether we are still a free people.

Nebojsa Malic looks at some revolutionary moments in 2013.

Taki (founder of Taki's Magazine) attacks the neoconservative viewpoint.

Tyler Durden takes a trip through the Bitcoin mines.

John Fleming shows that America's police force exemplifies the meanest of mankind.

The Daily Mail reports on some strange stuff regarding Queen Victoria.

Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair explore the truth about the "Good War" and Pearl Harbor.

Antony Loewenstein gives his wishlist for 2014.

Scott Lazarowitz pits the destructive power of Keynesianism against the productive power of the free and libertarian order.

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