Subscribe via RSS
- Alain de Botton on liberty
- The Tyranny of the Minority
- Sovereignty and the EU
- Votes for prisoners (and other matters)
- In search of the radical…
- The All-time greats of the Liberty Cabal
- Another reason why measuring “general wellbeing” is insane
- Ed Balls and A Reluctant, Unconvincing Conversion to Liberty
- Well, I’m not happy (about this)
Alain de Botton’s opinion piece on the BBC (‘In defence of the nanny state’) contains a surprise announcement. Modern politics, on both left and right, is dominated by what we can…
Much is made in liberal and libertarian circles of the dangers of the tyranny of the majority. Which is perfectly valid, in my opinion, particularly since we live in an…
Nosemonkey is one of the more sensible EUphiles in the UK blogosphere—not only can he write (having spent most of his life doing so professionally) but he is also a…
Posted on January 12, 2011 | 2 CommentsAt the beginning of November last year, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth over an ECHR ruling that appeared to force the British government to grant the vote...
Posted on December 6, 2010 | 2 CommentsThere are many ironies in modern politics; perhaps one of the biggest is that the Labour party – traditionally the most radical of the main parties – has become the...
Posted on November 22, 2010 | 7 CommentsI am glad to join the team here at the Liberty Cabal. Being invited set me musing about how much happier the readers would be to hear from the real,...