When the 2016 Referendum went unexpectedly to the Leavers, the Conservative Party was handed a golden opportunity. It had only to manage a reasonable withdrawal, and it could look forward to a generation of electoral hegemony.
The further fate of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks in Great Britain, remains a big question from the beginning of April, when the authorities of Ecuador, in whose embassy the Australian had been hiding for seven years, denied him asylum.
Back in January 2008, I took a verbal snapshot of the many bad things the UK government was doing to us at the time. Today, I’ll carry this forward to the present.
In Britain, there are dramatic events that require explanation. Prime Minister Theresa May, in tears, resigns as head of government and leader of the Conservative Party.
On May 20th, 2019, I gave a talk to the Libertarian Alliance about the damaging political policies being imposed on car drivers in the UK, and the history behind them. Normally, these talks are recorded on video.
Every political philosopher worth his salt has written a book, or a chapter, or at least an essay, on the subject of the state. What is the state intended to be? What is the state, in reality? And where is it going?
Not much to our surprise, on Monday February 26th, we learned that United Kingdom finally blacklisted the political wing of the Lebanese resistance movement known as Hezbollah, literally meaning, “The Party of God”, in Arabic.
There’s been a meme going around, for some time now, that politicians are psychopaths. Or, at least, have mental disorders.
April 11, 2019, brought us a new word for Judas: Moreno—the puppet president of Ecuador who sold Julian Assange to Washington for his 30 pieces of silver.