After a brief pause at the beginning of the year, we are back with our top stories online, both from the CPS and the wider political web.
- Professor Jeremy Jennings talks about finally getting around to reading Wilhem von Humboldt’s ‘The Limits of State Action’ in ‘A Classic of Liberal Thought’.
- Heritage’s Ted Bromund criticises the UK’s left wing media for ignoring Ron Paul’s status amongst Democrat voters and labelling him on the right of his party in ‘Democrats, Republicans, and Ron Paul’.
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A selection of good reads seen online today by the CPS team (selected for informative value only, the CPS is not responsible for and does not endorse any of the content below).
- Chris Huhne hires Harry Redknapp’s legal team – The Independent
- Where are all the libertarians coming from? – Anton Howes, The Independent
- Britain is a nation of mathematical morons – Robert Colvile, The Telegraph
- Cameron vindicated! Grateful Libyan people thank Britain for their liberation from Gadaffi – James Delingpole, The Telegraph
- A few home truths about extradition from the United Kingdom – Ted Bromund, The Commentator
- Swann Migrates – Top Tory Totty Jumps in Bed with Farage – Guido Fawkes
- Greenhalgh’s final budget speech: “We are no longer alone” – Hammersmith & Fulham Conservatives
- The Heroes and Villains of Westminster – The Sun Politics
- Steve Hilton to leave Downing St – Fraser Nelson, The Spectator
- Andrew Breitbart was the authentic voice of the Tea Party revolution – Timothy Stanley, The Telegraph
- The Tea Party: An Autopsy – Dan Whitfield, The Commentator
- Bill Clinton: Teneo Capital No Longer Paying Me – The Huffington Post Politics
- A bag-carrier’s guide to surviving Twitter – Martin Shapland, Total Politics
- Google privacy tips: how to avoid telling them too much – The Guardian Tech
- Congratulations to Engelbert Humperdinck on being selected as the UK Eurovision act – BBC News
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Date Added: Friday 2nd March 2012