I just updated my blog template, moving around the headline sections on the right. I've carried Lew Rockwell headlines since I started this blog. Recently I learned that LewRockwell.com carries weekly, monthly, and annual top ten article pages. Since I don't have time to read every single LRC daily article (alas), these are pretty useful to me. And since I am a programmer, I knew how to create my own headline newsfeeds off of these pages.
So now my sidebar carries the Lew Rockwell weekly top ten most popular headlines. The daily headlines are down lower.
And I should mention that over time I've created a lot of such newsfeeds that might be of interest to libertarian-minded, liberty-minded, or anarcho-capitalist-minded people. You can read these feeds with feed reading software such as Google Reader, which I highly recommend. Here's a list:
- This blog
- This blog's comments
- My shared items feed from Google Reader, bringing you frequent updates of items I found interesting and relevant to the liberty-minded. And here it is as a webpage.
- A.B. Dada's comments on Slashdot
- John Stossel's syndicated columns
- Lew Rockwell monthly ten most popular articles
- Lew Rockwell weekly ten most popular articles
- Lew Rockwell yearly ten most popular articles (yes, you'll have to wait a long time for this one to update to something new :) )
- Lysander's Ghost, a friend of mine who helped me see that God required me to have a righteous attitude toward "public policy"
- Strike the Root
- The Chalcedon Foundation, a religious institution calling for self-government and voluntary submission to God
- Walter Williams columns: Walter Williams is a brilliant minarchist economist. You may have often heard him substitute for Rush Limbaugh on his radio program. Williams is responsible for teaching me that governments do not get a pass to break God's laws such as Thou Shalt Not Steal.
- Thomas Sowell columns: Sowell is another bright minarchist economist. He's a little more "conservative" and a little less "libertarian" than Williams