Thursday, December 30, 2010

Six of the Best 117

"It's been shocking to see the nursery for Labour wannabes, the National Union of Students, try to write off the hopes of a generation by implying that no poor person will be able to afford to go to university, when actually graduates on the lowest incomes will pay less under this scheme than they will under the NUS proposals." Caron's Musings welcomes the appointment of Simon Hughes as advocate for access to higher education, but asks why it is only for six months.

While A Liberal Helping argues that this appointment makes the role of Tim Farron as Lib Dem president more important.

Paul Crossley publicises the 38 Degrees petition against a factory farm for cows in Lincolnshire.

"You're telling me that the separation of church and state is found in the First Amendment?" The Guardian presents its Gaffes of the Year.

The New York Magazine takes a long cool look at libertarianism.

"One is caught between gloating and pity when viewing Australia’s current predicament; gloating because it has been a long time coming and pity because England fans know too well how it feels to be the underdog." Leg Side Filth considers England's victory at the MCG.

No comments: