Thursday, January 30, 2014

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The last few days have been busy ones for me in terms of posting articles as the Charlottesville Libertarian Examiner on

I have two articles based on reactions to President Barack Obama's fifth State of the Union Address:
Virginia Republican Congressmen Respond to 2014 State of the Union Message
Gay groups comment on Obama's 2014 State of the Union address
On Monday, libertarian/anarchist activist Adam Kokesh was in Charlottesville to read excerpts from his forthcoming book and talk about his time incarcerated for civil disobedience in support of the Second Amendment. I interviewed him about some current issues and this is the result:
Podcaster Adam Kokesh talks about NSA spying, gay marriage, and Justin Bieber
Earlier, I posted three articles about Virginia political issues:
Legal ethicist Jack Marshall weighs in on Bob McDonnell 'Giftgate' scandal
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring will challenge anti-gay marriage laws
Virginia political leaders react to Governor Bob McDonnell's federal indictment
Still earlier, I gathered some comments that expressed skepticism about President Obama's planned reforms of the NSA's extensive domestic spying operation:
Negative reactions to President Barack Obama's speech on NSA domestic spying
And finally, my last article of 2013 dealt with a professional interest of mine, Africa. This one was based on an interview with a libertarian Africanist -- not a phrase you're likely to hear very often.
Omidyar Network's Karol Boudreaux offers optimistic view of African economies
Keep checking back here to see when I link to new articles.

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