Japan, an Opportunity Awaits Us

I have been in the fish business for just over 30 years. There is no place more idolised as the centre of the world for those of us in fish, than the Tsukiji Fish Market. It is reputed to be the largest in the world. 700,000 tons of fish pass though there each year. 500 odd...

Austrian Economics Podcast

Toby Baxendale – An Entrepreneur’s view of Austrian Economics Click here to read more

Economics for the Many

Economics for the Many by Ed John McDonnell, Verso Books 2018 Democratising Economics in a Post Truth World By Antonia Jennings She argues that economics as we know it is for the self-serving elite. All policies emanating out of economics self-reinforce that elite. The...

What is Right Wing?

Last month on ConservativeHome, Tim Montgomerie asked “What is Right-wing?”. In this article I seek to answer the question, using small “c” and little “l” to denote the conservative and liberal systems of political-thought and Capital “C” and “L” for the respective political...

The Protectionist Zombie Is Back

Every generation or so, like a zombie, the case against free trade rises from the grave. It’s doing so now. The jungle drums of protectionism are beating in America and Britain just as it prepares to escape the yoke of the EU. With my garlic, sharpened stake and the use of...

Brexit Podcast

Toby Baxendale on how free trade will thrive post Brexit Click here to read more

Liberty Me

Jeffery Tucker is a man of great many talents,  energy and vision . He has set up an on line pro liberty loving community http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/liberty-me—2 this will be one for all of us free market for peace and anti excessive state people to get involved with. You...

My Time for Speakers for Schools

In 2010 I was interviewed for a BBC program about the financial crisis by Robert Peston. By a strange quirk of fate , I realised that in my restaurant supply days , I had served his sister, the likeable and very talented chef Juliet Peston who was the force behind and even more...

The Selfish Gene, its Extended Phenotypic Effects and Human Cooperation

It took me until my 43rd year to read “The Selfish Gene,” written in 1976 by Richard Dawkins. In many respects, it is a testament to its success that I felt no compelling desire to read it. What I perceived to be its central message had been absorbed into the very fabric of our...

In Defense of the Euro (An Austrian Perspective)

Professor Jesus Huerta De Soto sent me a hard copy of his new film called “In Defense of the Euro (An Austrian Perspective)”, you can watch it here.   For those truly interested in the Gold Standard as a potential solution to our monetary crises , whilst the Euro...