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Monday Lazy Linking

  • Defend Red & Black Cafe. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-06-04). My friend William Gillis writes to me: For over a decade I've frequented The Red & Black Cafe in Portland – an IWW, explicitly anarchist, worker-owned coop – and over the years they've faced all the sort of police harassment and surveillance you'd expect for a venue catering to radical… (Linked Saturday 2010-06-05.)

  • My central air is finally fixed! Praise Jeebus! drunkenatheist, Drunkenatheist (2010-06-05). After a month and a half of fighting with our landlord (and sending off frantic emails to our realtor), the HVAC crew came out and cleaned our compression doo-dad.  Now, I think it might be possible to cut glass with my nipples. (I'll refrain from letting loose with a "hallelujah"… (Linked Sunday 2010-06-06.)

  • Rand Paul Petition. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-06-06). If you're interested in signing a petition asking Rand Paul to support Red & Black Café's right to bar cops from their premises, click here. (I don't know how thrilled the Café would be with Paul's support – but I doubt they're at much risk of getting it ....) (Linked Sunday 2010-06-06.)

Friday Lazy Linking

Friday Lazy Linking

  • DarianWorden.com» Blog Archive » Against Borders Pamphlet. darianworden.com (2010-05-12). A new pamphlet, Against Borders, has been posted on libertyactivism.info. It includes a 1-page individualist anarchist view on state borders, my Center for a Stateless Society commentary Escalating the War on Freedom, a New Jersey Alliance of the Libertarian Left statement, and a Nation article by Jacqueline Stevens. Download, print,… (Linked Wednesday 2010-05-12.)

  • Serving Two Masters. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-05-13). According to the latest LP press release: Elena Kagan is another bad pick for the Supreme Court. If confirmed, it is likely that she will vote on cases with the intent of advancing political policy goals. Kagan will probably vote to advance liberal policy goals, just as some other justices… (Linked Thursday 2010-05-13.)

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