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Australia: Personal details of G20 pols leaked by mistake

March 30, 2015
RTT News    
Posted in News

"In an email error by an employee of Australian immigration department, personal details of government heads visiting the G20 Leaders' Summit in Brisbane last November were mailed to organizers of the Asian Cup football tournament, according to news reports. Some of the leaders whose personal details were compromised include US President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and British Prime Minister David Cameron." (03/30/15)

http://tinyurl.com/p7g553p  

Why is the Fed punishing my parents?

March 30, 2015
Ludwig von Mises Institute Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Shawn Ritenour  
Posted in Commentary

"In September 1993, President Bill Clinton reassured his radio audience that 'if you work hard and play by the rules, you'll be rewarded with a good life for yourself and a better chance for your children.' Picking up that theme over eighteen years later, President Barack Obama affirmed that 'Americans who work hard and play by the rules every day deserve a government and a financial system that does the same.' The trouble is neither the government nor the financial system backed by the Federal Reserve rewards people like my parents, who have worked hard and played by the rules their entire lives, only to have their savings wither away." (03/30/15)

http://mises.org/library/why-fed-punishing-my-parents  

Getting it

March 30, 2015
The Libertarian Enterprise The Libertarian Enterprise
by AX Perez  
Posted in Commentary

"Many Conservatives and Libertarians have expressed concern about a need to arm themselves to resist a tyrannical Government. We view many homicides by police as an attempt to force the American people to surrender their freedom by intimidation. If anyone should get Black distrust of the Gendarmery it's us. The thing is violent crime, including the murder of police, has been in a two decade long decline. The only category of killing that went up in 2013 was justifiable homicide by police." (03/29/15)

http://ncc-1776.org/tle2015/tle815-20150329-04.html  

Freedom Feens Radio, 03/30/15

March 30, 2015
Freedom Feens Freedom Feens Radio
by  
Posted in Commentary

"Derrick J. and Dan Greene wax poetic on the numerous ways freedom is increasing every day, despite the state. Among them are cars, fire prevention, Internet, cookies, FeenPhone, Craigslist/Ebay, apps/smartphones, audio, money, media, emergency protection, and education. There are a bunch more, but that's all we had time for in one show." (03/30/15)

http://tinyurl.com/pym4ma2  

Fossil fuels will save the world (really)

March 30, 2015
Mises Canada
by Matt Ridley  
Posted in Commentary

"The environmental movement has advanced three arguments in recent years for giving up fossil fuels: (1) that we will soon run out of them anyway; (2) that alternative sources of energy will price them out of the marketplace; and (3) that we cannot afford the climate consequences of burning them. These days, not one of the three arguments is looking very healthy. In fact, a more realistic assessment of our energy and environmental situation suggests that, for decades to come, we will continue to rely overwhelmingly on the fossil fuels that have contributed so dramatically to the world’s prosperity and progress." (03/30/15)

http://mises.ca/posts/articles/fossil-fuels-will-save-the-world-really/  

Commanding controversy

March 30, 2015
Paul Jacob Common Sense
by Paul Jacob  
Posted in Commentary

"Is 'Thou shalt create controversy' one of politicians' Ten Commandments? Is 'Thou shalt pass a law to solve every problem' their eleventh?" (03/30/15)

http://thisiscommonsense.com/2015/03/30/21551/  

What’s behind the fashion for banning?

March 30, 2015
spiked spiked
by Frank Furedi  
Posted in Commentary

"Once upon a time, it was left to tinpot dictators, ecclesiastical zealots, illiberal judges or scary inquisitors to proclaim a ban, to demand that some publication or custom or subversive phrase be outlawed. In the twenty-first century, however, calls for banning stuff have come down to Earth: now, literally anyone with access to the internet can demand a ban, and many do." (03/30/15)

http://tinyurl.com/qy3lbj5  

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