FREE RADICAL 72: The great environmental sellout - why 'Bluegreen' is the new wet
The mainstream media only picked up on NZ's political challenge of the year in late September, but The Free Radical had the whole Darnton V Clark story and the details about the stolen election in July!
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Free Radical 72 is out now, it gets beneath the news, and it's ready to hit your letter box today. SUBSCRIBE NOW. In this issue:
- We look at the 'other side of the aisle': we examine the National Party’s much-trumpeted and much-deliberated upon environmental policy release, and we ask the question, “Why is it so bloody wet?”
** We point out why it is a lost opportunity.
** We explain why, if implemented, National's policies promise to further erode liberty and property rights in New Zealand.
** And we explain what a rational set of environmental policies might look like.
- Bernard Darnton updates reactions to his case against the Clark Government's stolen election.
- What's the Truth about Islam? Reuben Chapple, Peter Cresswell and Lindsay Perigo explain.
- 'Why Did the Music Die'? Edward Cline explains.
- What's wrong with NZ's National Drug Policy? Richard Goode has something to think about.
- Civil War in New Zealand? Phil Howison looks into the future.
- A philosopher "obsessed" with truth? Marcus Bachler investigates this unusual phenomenon.
- An Australian classical liberal who's just too liberal for John Howard's Liberal Party -- Prodos tells his own story.
- Lindsay Perigo explains why he's stepping down as editor, and where he's heading next.
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LINK: Free Radical 71: The Stolen Election issue
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