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Celebrating humanity's flourishing through the spread of capitalism and the rule of law

Originally posted on Tallbloke's Talkshop:
Credit: nationalreview.com Funny how it’s the dire predictions that turn out to be overheated, but the climate…not so much. That doesn’t deter self-styled ‘campaigners’ from spouting the same kind of nonsense ad infinitum though. Doomsayers have been claiming time is running out for humanity since the 1970s at least,…

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Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
The case of Gina Miller v the Prime Minister and Others (‘Miller 2’) is presently being heard by the Supreme Court and the issue of justiciability is central. Some commentators have sought to defend the claimant’s submission that no exercise of a prerogative power is completely immune from…

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Originally posted on Doc's Books:
(President Abraham Lincoln and General U.S. Grant) It goes without saying that intelligence gathering during the American Civil War was an inexact science.  Information was derived from a myriad of sources that included; newspaper articles, railroad passengers and riders, free blacks, runaway slaves, deserters, prisoners of war, local farmers…

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Originally posted on The Long Run:
By Judy Stephenson (University College London) The full paper that inspired this blog post will be published on The Economic History Review and is currently available on early view here St Paul’s Cathedral – the construction of the Dome. Available at <https://www.explore-stpauls.net/oct03/textMM/DomeConstructionN.htm&gt; How many days a year did people…

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