Tag Archives: Thoughts on Liberty

Yes, the Daily Mail Really Does Hate Everyone

[SL: once again, brought over from Thoughts on Liberty, and written in response to some of the Daily Mail’s customary nastiness. As you may recall, I wrote a piece on the gleeful crowing engaged in by the left over the death of Margaret Thatcher. I thought that was appalling, and so is this: people are […]

Learning all the wrong lessons

[I’ve brought this post over from Thoughts on Liberty, in part because I don’t know whether David Cameron’s desire to channel Stephen Conroy has yet reached Australian shores. Australia is a small country – one should expect its experiences to be either ignored or misunderstood in larger countries – however, I think that this level […]

In other writing news…

This announcement comes via the UK magazine The Skeptic: Special announcement: we have a new legal column, which will be contributed by Geoff Whelan of GMSS and QEDcon, and Helen Dale of skepticlawyer.com.au. Geoff kicks off this issue with thoughts on the legal practicalities of prosecuting psychics. The Skeptic is a magazine of the traditional […]

Thoughts on Liberty

… An announcement. Starting this Friday (give or take time-zone issues thanks to the blog in question being located in the US, me being in the UK, and skepticlawyer being located in Australia), I’ll be writing once a week for Thoughts on Liberty. You’ll be pleased to know I won’t be leaving here, and that […]