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VOL 2 NO 1 – Special Political Riddles Edition

  1. EDITORIAL: Riddled with Government, starring Bert Kelly and Gina Rinehart
  2. EDUCATION POLICY: Moral Hazard in Education, by Simon Lee
  3. INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: Is Gold or the Dollar Overvalued?, by Patrick Barron
  4. INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: Dangerous Complacency, by Bill Stacey
  5. HEALTH POLICY: A Four-Step Health-Care Solution, by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
  6. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: The Tale of the Slave, by Robert Nozick
  7. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: Try This on Your Friends, by F.A. Harper
  8. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: A Thought Experiment for a Fresh Look at Government, by Rothbard
  9. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: Repeatedly Ask Central Bankers This Question, by Hoppe
  10. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: A Question That Will Destroy the Governments of Hong Kong, Australia, the US, the UK and Everywhere Else, by Benjamin Marks

VOL 1 NO 4 – Contents and Cover

  1. EDITORIAL: About the Cover Photo
  2. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: The Intellectual Cover for Socialism, by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
  3. CELEBRATION: The World’s Greatest Inventions, by H.L. Mencken
  4. FINANCE: The Only International Economic Policy that a Country Needs, by Patrick Barron
  5. FINANCE: A Golden Deutsche Mark Can Save the World, by Godfrey Bloom and Patrick Barron
  6. BOOK REVIEW: Beyond Democracy, Toward Freedom, by Chris Bassil, a review of Karel Beckman and Frank Karsten’s Beyond Democracy
  7. HONG KONG’S HANDOVER FROM HOLDOUT TO HANDOUT ECONOMY: A Tale of Two Chinas, by Viv Forbes
  8. HONG KONG COMMENTARY: Head in the Clouds, by Bill Stacey
  9. CALL TO ARMS: How to stand aside when it’s time to be counted, by Bert Kelly
  10. POPULATION POLICY: A Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift
  11. LABOUR POLICY: Working Hours, by George Jean Nathan

VOL 1 NO 3 – Contents

  1. EDITORIAL: Secession is Patriotic
  2. POLITICAL ADVICE HOTLINE: Letters to the Editor
  3. GINA RINEHART COLUMN: A Call for Action on Serious Challenges
  4. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: Why we couldn’t abolish slavery then and can’t abolish government now, by Dr. Robert Higgs
  5. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: Correcting 50 years of Buchanan and Tullock’s The Calculus of Consent, by Dr. Murray Rothbard
  6. MINIMUM WAGE: Andrew Shuen Debates Socialists on the Harm of the Minimum Wage
  7. POETRY: “Thought Criminal”, by Timothy W. Humphries
  8. ARTS POLICY: George Jean Nathan Mocks the Moral Arguments for Government Funding of the Arts
  9. CLIMATE POLICY: A look back with Bert Kelly on how weather prediction changes with the fashions and the seasons

VOL 1 NO 2 – Contents and Cover – Special Olympics Edition

  1. EDITORIAL: Government is a Creep
  2. RHYME AND REASON: Viv Forbes’ Political Poetry
  3. GINA RINEHART COLUMN: Singapore Leads By Example
  4. COVER STORY: Why Sports Fans Should Be Libertarians
  5. THE IMPORTANCE OF CENSORSHIP: Lennie Lower Mocks Censorship
  6. O. HENRY SHORT STORY ON THE DISINCENTIVES AND INJUSTICE OF THE WELFARE STATE: The Cop and the Anthem
  7. CLIMATE POLICY: Colonial Cringe on Climate Policy, by Bob Carter
  8. CLIMATE POLICY/MINIMUM WAGE: The Short and Sharp Knockout Punch to End the Climate Debate

VOL 1 NO 1 – Contents and Cover – Special Collectors Edition

  1. Editorial
  2. COVER STORY: Hong Kong’s Coming Slavery, by Herbert Spencer
  3. LIGHT BULB BANS: How Big Government Is Literally Killing You, by Dr Robert Hanson
  4. U.S. POLITICS: How Ron Paul Will Become President, by Murray Rothbard
  5. CENTREFOLD: How Hayek Got Inflation By The Balls, by Ronald Kitching
  6. MINIMUM WAGE: Minimum Wage Gives No Hope To The Needy, by Hannah Berdal
  7. COMPETITION LAW: Hong Kong Wrong To Follow Socialistic Australia On Competition Law, by Hannah Berdal
  8. INTERVIEW: Peter Wong Answers Everything You Want To Know About Hong Kong (audio here)
  9. FILM: The Best Libertarian Film Is …, by Benjamin Marks
  10. THEATRE: A Short Note Defending Politics As Entertainment, by Benjamin Marks