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Nigel Farage The immigration figures are FAKE – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Nigel Farage The immigration figures are FAKE – YouTube

UKIP Douglas Carswell on immigration figures and House of Lords – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
UKIP Douglas Carswell on immigration figures and House of Lords – YouTube

Vanessa Coleman – In Their Shoes – Prim, Graduate and BaristaVisit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa Coleman – In Their Shoes – Prim, Graduate and Barista

Statman EU Special What's the real cost of the EU – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Statman EU Special What's the real cost of the EU – YouTube

When I'm King: The cost of educationVisit Original Blog: Share:
When I'm King: The cost of education

The Work versus Welfare Tradeoff: EuropeVisit Original Blog: Share:
How do European governments stack up when it comes to promoting work over welfare? Charles Hughes and Michael D. Tanner take a look in their new Cato paper, "The Work versus Welfare Trade-Off: Europe."

Parliament ‘could force Chilcot to publish'Share:
Parliament could step in to force the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war to publish its report, says former attorney-general Lord Morris of Aberavon.

'To call it medieval is counter-productive'Share:
It is dangerous and misleading to brand Islamic extremists as "medieval”, according to a terrorism expert. 

New York AG's Erroneous War on Dietary SupplementsVisit Original Blog: Share:
When New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman thought he'd uncovered a massive fraud in the dietary supplement market, scientists stepped in to explain his error. Walter Olson explains.

Australia 'has become a nanny state'Share:
Australia has become a nanny state, according to a leading Australian politician. It is now illegal to pitch a tent without a permit or light a cigarette in a public place. Australians' "adventurous spirit" is being paralysed by rules and regulations said Senator Richard Lion-Helm, who is setting up a parliamentary inquiry into the issue.

Regulation Drives Medical TourismVisit Original Blog: Share:
Massive savings can come to those who shop around for medical care, but the government stymies consumers who might want to reap those rewards. Michael Cannon explains.

Sean Gabb, Talk on Surveillance, Bratislava, 12th August 2015Visit Original Blog: Share:
INESS podcast s riaditeľom britskej Libertarian Alliance Dr. Seanom Gabbom na tému štátne špehovanie/ INESS podcast episode on state surveillance with Dr. Sean Gabb of Libertarian Alliance (United Kingdom) Roger C. Hereford reviews this talk as follows: Another illuminating speech from “Dr. Seanom Gabbom”! You are correct that the modern threat of a police state […]

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Liberty Nation - August 22-23, 2015Share:
Guest: Chuck Ross - Reporter for The Daily Caller

Vanessa Coleman – Off the Cuff #002 – European Arrest Warrant.Visit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa Coleman – Off the Cuff #002 – European Arrest Warrant.

When I'm King: The cost of educationVisit Original Blog: Share:
When I'm King: The cost of education

'Fifty eight percent of graduates in non-graduate jobs'Share:
The increase in the number of graduates in the UK has significantly outstripped the growth of high-skilled jobs, according to Ben Willmott, from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. "Fifty eight percent of graduates are in non-graduate jobs", he said. People in the UK "value academic qualifications over vocational ones and we absolutely need to address that", he added. Mr Willmott pointed to countries which have a history of strong vocational training, such as Germany and the Netherlands, which only have about 10% of graduates in non-graduate jobs.

Budget ‘means poor students will have bigger debts' – Daily Mail – Press AssociationVisit Original Blog: Share:
Budget ‘means poor students will have bigger debts' – Daily Mail – Press Association

Candidate Clinton's Big-Spending Higher Ed PlansVisit Original Blog: Share:
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to spend another $350 billion on higher education over ten years. Neal McCluskey says the plan would effectively subsidize students with higher earning potential.

Meirion Jones: ‘Everyone on right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC' | Press GazetteVisit Original Blog: Share:
Meirion Jones: ‘Everyone on right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC' | Press Gazette

“Welcome to Sweden” by the Angry Foreigner – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
“Welcome to Sweden” by the Angry Foreigner – YouTube

Goodbye Sweden – Pat Condell – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Goodbye Sweden – Pat Condell – YouTube

Interview with the Angry Foreigner from Sweden – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Interview with the Angry Foreigner from Sweden – YouTube

Ep. 469 Frederic Bastiat: Slayer of FallaciesVisit Original Blog: Share:
Frederic Bastiat, who wrote two centuries ago, got to the heart of so many of the economic fallacies that plague us today. He’s a thrill to read. In this episode I give an overview of his ideas. This is taken from my lesson on Bastiat in my 165-video/audio course Western Civilization from 1493, for the ...

The Human Freedom IndexVisit Original Blog: Share:
Human freedom encompasses far more than economic matters. Ian Vasquez discuess the new Human Freedom Index.

When I'm King: Stand on your liver!Visit Original Blog: Share:
When I'm King: Stand on your liver!

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How to fix the refugee crisisVisit Original Blog: Share:
With Paul Collier, Philip Delves Broughton Douglas Murray and Freddy Gray. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

Should the Labour Party press the panic button?Visit Original Blog: Share:
Tim Montgomerie is joined by Daniel Finkelstein, Lucy Fisher and Ed Conway. Daniel Finkelstein: The prospect of Jeremy Corbyn as leader is not a problem for the labour Party..

Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #10Visit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #10

Janner's Human Rights?! BBC loves Calais Migrants And Cop Cuts Ep 121Visit Original Blog: Share:
Janner’s Human Rights?! BBC loves Calais Migrants And Cop Cuts Ep 121

War Is the Health of the StateVisit Original Blog: Share:
The Founding Era was a violent one, and yet the Framers of the Constitution took great pains to constrain the government's war power. Christopher A. Preble discusses modern rejoinders to the fear of an executive branch empowered to make war.

Thursday's business with Simon JackShare:
How India conquered silicon valley and the latest in Greek drama starts tonight.

Friday's business with Simon JackShare:
Greece crawls towards a deal and why learning to code is crucial.

Ep. 466 What Is Entrepreneurship, and Can It be Taught?Visit Original Blog: Share:
Can entrepreneurship be taught or is it an inherent trait? Matthew McCaffrey joins Tom to discuss it in today’s episode. About the Guest Matthew McCaffrey is Lecturer in Enterprise at the University of Manchester. Faculty Page Dr. Matthew McCaffrey Paper Discussed “Bridging the Gap between Entrepreneurship Teaching and Economics” by Matthew McCaffrey Related Articles “A Theory ...

Ep. 462 We Found a Major Flaw in the Egalitarian ArgumentVisit Original Blog: Share:
Gene Epstein discovered a crushing flaw in the argument of Thomas Piketty, whose book Capital in the 21st Century has been used as an indictment of capitalism and inequality. He shares it in this episode! About the Guest Gene Epstein is economics and book review editor of Barron’s. Book Discussed Capital in the 21st Century, ...

Boxing Promoter Kellie MaloneyShare:
Professional boxing is full of macho testosterone-fuelled posturing. It is hard to imagine a more challenging environment in which to be a woman trapped in a man's body. Hardtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to Kellie Maloney, who felt like that for many years. She was, until recent gender reassignment surgery, the boxing promoter, and twice-married father of three, Frank Maloney. Now that Frank has a very public new life as Kellie...

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Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #9Visit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa interviews Helen Wright who, like Vanessa, has raised a disabled child. They discuss some good times and how they cope with the not so good times. Vanessa and Helen also discuss how they met and how skills learned in the past are always an asset...

Introducing Rob McConnellVisit Original Blog: Share:
Rob McConnell, a former police officer and soldier, is now Secretary of the North Devon branch of the UK Independence Party, UKIP. Here he explains why he moved from being a supporter of UKIP to becoming a member. Rob will also be using his experience in radio, to run a regular slot for us...

Calais Migrant CrisisShare:
The migrant crisis on both sides of the English Channel has led to accusation and counter accusation in Britain and France as thousands of migrants make nightly attempts to enter the UK illegally...

Calais is the questionVisit Original Blog: Share:
Tim Montgomerie is joined by Isabel Harman, Matthew Parris and David Aaronovitch. Isabel Hardman Politicians are obeying perfectly the rules of a Summer Crisis on Calais... 

Comedians and UkipVisit Original Blog: Share:
Pat Condell on the commedy of the progressive left

Ep. 459 My Speech to the YAL Convention: What We Say, and What Progressives Pretend We SayVisit Original Blog: Share:
We seem to understand progressives far better than they understand us. In these remarks, the keynote address at the 2015 Young Americans for Liberty national convention, I review example after sorry example of this phenomenon, while incidentally making the case for libertarianism. Host of this Event Young Americans for Liberty Book Mentioned Rollback, By Tom ...

Ici Londres: The case for Brexit – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Ici Londres: The case for Brexit – YouTube

Spain Has Fallen to EU Tyranny – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Spain Has Fallen to EU Tyranny – YouTube

UK Thought Police Arresting People Who May Offend Muslims – YouTubeVisit Original Blog: Share:
Paul Joseph Watson for Alex Jones’s Infowars.com - UK Thought Police Arresting People Who May Offend Muslims – YouTube

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