TABLE OF CONTENTS – OCTOBER 2018
A new breed of entertaining and enlightening free thinkers bypassed mainstream media to reach millions of people worldwide
An eco-modernist concerned about climate change says nuclear energy can avoid a looming crisis in our energy supply.
Clause for Concern
In an Australia held back by red tape, counting restrictive clauses in legislation is a powerful tool to roll it back.
To Yield and Not To Strive
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull promised ‘a thoroughly Liberal Government’ … but instead it was a thorough disappointment.
Rewarded For Not Thinking
A Melbourne schoolboy captures the costs of thoughtcrime under Stalin, via stories from his great-grandparents.
Benefits for workers are the real success of modern management, which flourishes only in free societies.
The Vatican’s passivity and appeasement towards repressive regimes means danger for Catholics and the church.
Fr James Grant
Reap What You Sue
A libertarian lawyers argues that public figures like Jordan Peterson harm free speech by resorting to defamation law.
Matthew S. Widmaier
Stick Your Neck Out
Nassim Nicholas Taleb of ‘Black Swan’ fame is interesting for what he says and how he says it, including in his latest book.
Three new books describe liberal ideas and institutions in crisis, showing the need to restore confidence in our civilisation.
Martin Luther’s profound influence is captured in a new history of Protestantism, but tolerance and freedom came later.
Upper Cut to Snootocracy
A British book on ‘patronising bastards’ is cathartic and entertaining, but also hit and miss.
Our correspondent has been calculating his Social Credit score, and he’s in trouble.