The controversy over TV advertising for e-cigs shows that tobacco-control activists are more interested in lifestyle regulation than health.
Cass Wilkinson on why she and other Sydneyites are rebelling against a new government clampdown on late-night drinking.
Why spiked wants to make freedom of speech the great cause of 2014.
How can you take Liberty’s belief in democratic rights seriously when it sings the praises of the unelected House of Lords?
Some anti-filter campaigners have just as low a view of personal freedom as the anti-smut brigade.
Must-reads from the past week
A new bill aimed at tackling ‘annoying’ behaviour represents an assault on public liberty.
It isn't 'Islamofascists' who are destroying reason and Enlightenment.
The Italian woman forced to have a C-section was effectively treated as a fetal container.
Nadine Strossen explains why nothing – not even ‘rape porn’ – should be banned.
The Dutch tradition of Black Pete is not racist; it’s just a bit of fun.