JFK's intern 'Mimi' demonstrates the virtue of oral restraint.
spiked editor Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).
The UK Foreign Policy Centre's pamphlet on Reordering the World is controversial for one reason: its use of the language of old-fashioned realpolitik instead of new human rights-speak.
Whether it's selecting the sex of their baby or smoking in public, people should have the right to make the 'wrong' choices.
At a peace vigil in London on 22 September, what seemed to bother the protesters more than anything was America's 'attitude'.
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A war against terrorism works well in words - but the reality is proving more problematic.
As some of the individuals behind the attacks on America emerge as wealthy and Western-educated, perhaps we should aim our questions closer to home.
The world is being reorganised in response to the events of 11 September.
As the dust clears over the scenes of carnage, it is worth asking what these events and the reaction to them can tell us about the world we live in now.
It is good to see some cottoning on to the importance of standing up for liberty in New Labour's second term. But we need to go much further in defence of freedom.