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A Link To The Past 12/01/2014

(Photo: Crave Online)

(Photo: Crave Online)

Here are a few of my favourite articles over the past month.

James Bloodworth (Left Foot Forward): The 10 best political videos of 2013

Andy Bolton (The New Liberty): The EU (again): How democratic is it?

Sam Bowman (Adam Smith Institute): There’s no such thing as a free minimum wage hike

The Economist: You’re Welcome 

Ben Goldacre (The Guardian): It’s a scandal that drug trial results are still being withheld

Daniel Hannan MEP (The Parliament): EU Brexit would turn UK from ‘bad tenants’ to ‘good neighbours’

Steve Hynd (Hynd’s Blog): Working with Don Foster MP

Longrider: Charity

Robert P. Murphy (Consulting by RPM): Paul Krugman wants to make Sense of Humour the Criterion

Fraser Nelson (The Spectator): In Defence of Channel 4’s Benefits Street

The Poke: 30 Reasons why James Blunt won at Twitter in 2013

Dick Puddlecote: Government Stumbles upon a Guaranteed Winner

Christopher Snowdon (Velvet Glove, Iron Fist): The BMJ: Sour grapes and gutter journalism 

Mark Thompson (Mark Reckons): Chuka Umunna’s tribalistic attack on tribalism

UK Polling Report: Six public opinion trends in 2013

Tim Worstall: Ouch! Polly tries economics again


For my tweet of the month, there is one tweet that began a rather exhausting conversation:

My video of the month is the Honest Trailer of Dragonball Evolution by Screen Junkies:



This entry was posted on January 12, 2014 by in Linking.
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