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Labour and the Lib Dems Have a Chance to Escape the Neoliberal Curse

What used to be called the main three Westminster parties (the savaging of the Liberal Democrats and the rise of the SNP have put paid to  1,189 more words

Politics

Sweden's political power forum - Day Eight

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Liberal Party leader Jan Björklund. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/TT

The Swedish Liberal Party will be hoping to score some new support after a year of plummeting in the polls when its leader Jan Björklund takes centre stage on the final day of Almedalen Week. 814 more words

Lie Land

I could say, certain men I despise,
But I’d see the censure in your eyes.
I could say what I think
But my standing would sink; 7 more words

Poetry

FREDRIK DEBOER: It’s Time to Legalize Polygamy

Politico — Why group marriage is the next horizon of social liberalism.

Welcome to the exciting new world of the slippery slope. With the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling this Friday legalizing same sex marriage in all 50 states, social liberalism has achieved one of its central goals. 78 more words

Culture

It’s Time to Legalize Polygamy

This is from The Politico.

Rush Limbaugh made this prediction years ago that once homosexual marriage was upheld by the Supreme Court that polygamy would be next. 2,177 more words

American Public Opinion in June 2015.

In 2014, 30 percent of people described themselves as social liberals, while 34 percent described themselves as social conservatives. That totaled 64 percent of the vote, while the other 36 percent were mostly “moderates.” In June 2015, 31 percent of people described themselves as social liberals, while 31 percent described themselves as social conservatives. 590 more words

American Society

Social Liberalism on the Rise in the U.S.

Social liberalism is on the rise in the United States. Obviously, the shift to acceptance of same-sex marriage is at the forefront, however, we are seeing many facets of social liberalism becoming more accepted, rendering social conservatism as countercultural and continuing to wane in popularity. 57 more words

Ross Douthat