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Hoover Institution: Uncommon Knowledge: Peter Robison Interviewing Harvey Mansfield: The New Left on Campus

Damn! Some of my Far-Left followers and I do have some aren’t going to like this piece, but sometimes the truth hurts. I actually agree with Peter Robinson and Harvey Mansfield here and both of them are way to the Right of me. 354 more words


...as long as you're not dumb enough to actually try it: once more on free speech and censorship

Free speech and censorship are subjects that’ve attracted a lot of attention recently, and look likely to carry on causing controversy for a while to come. 1,049 more words


March 11th 7pm Info Night: Turkish Anarchists and the Fight For Kobanê

March 11th 7pm 38 Blood Alley Anarchist Space

Just last year, very few people had heard of Kobanê, but when ISIS launched an attack on the town in September 2014, the Kurdish stronghold was rapidly transformed into a global symbol of resistance against fascism and religious extremism. 174 more words

Insight into the little-known 'anarchist' revolution underway in Rojava (western Kurdistan)


Towards the end of last year reports filtered through of an ‘anarchist’ revolution underway in the Kurdistan province of Rojava. It appeared to have all the trappings in place – equality of gender, redistribution of wealth, levelling of hierarchies – and even, purportedly, taking inspiration from the Zapatista revolution of Mexico. 959 more words


More news about water, work, welfare and wage theft: Mid-February round-up

It’s been a few weeks since I did a proper news round-up. While there’s not been that much in the way of big, attention-grabbing stories, there’s still a multitude of local struggles going on up and down the country, so I’d like to try and highlight a few of those. 963 more words