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Ender's Review

A collection published weekly of the most interesting web items that might appeal to individualists.

Assembled by Tom Ender, the review consists of headlines, bylines, "pull quotes" and links to articles, essays, photos, humor, etc. all found on the Web during the prior week.

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Every week Ender's Review of the Web features articles chosen to please individualists who are: skeptical of government power, opposed to militarism, in favor of individual liberty and responsibility, blessed with a sense of humor, seeking to understand history and searching for elements of culture to appreciate.

Ender's weekly review is a selection of the best articles, essays, pictorials, cartoons, humor and less easily classifiable material gleaned from many different Internet sites for the preceding week.

The review has five major segments each having three sections, the five segments are: Domestic politics, Foreign affairs, Economics, History and Culture. In politics, the review is market anarchist/agorist, radical libertarian but sympathetic to libertarian minarchist / constitutionalist thinking. In economics, it is both Austrian and counter-economic, but sympathetic to all free market thinkers. In history, it is revisionist in not accepting the "public school" outlook. In culture, it is individualist and antistatist.

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Primary
Sources

aBetterEarth.Org

anti-state.com

Antiwar.com

Ars Technica

Bio-Rational Inst.

R. Blumner

Cato

C4SS

Colbert Report

Counterpunch

Cringely

Daily Reckoning

Daily Show

EconLib

Endervidualism

FEE

TFL

FFF

Matt Hutaff

TII

LRC

TLE

W. McElroy

LVMI

NSC

NWV

TOC

Onion

TPoL

LQL

RR

Reason

Fred Reed

Garry Reed

STR

Vin S.

Matt Taibbi

Voice

Voluntaryist

W. Williams

Wired

Claire Wolfe


Primary
Blog
Sources

Tom Ender

Sunni M.

TSC

Wally Conger

Lila Rajiva

George Potter

B.K. Marcus

Warren Bluhm

Kevin Carson

Tom Knapp

freeman

Kirsten

Alina S.

J.L. Wilson

Roderick Long

Scott Bieser

Jesse Walker

Crash Landing

Larry Gambone

Anders Monsen

The Stress blog

Liberty & Power

Vache Folle

Ken Gregg

Brad Spangler

J.D. Tuccille

Arthur Silber

Kevin Miller

Charles Johnson

B.W. Richardson

PintofStout

James Bovard

Sheldon Richman

Chris Sciabarra

Taran Jordan

Radley Balko

Thomas Van Wyk

Nick Manley

Upaya

Adem Kupi

Fawkes

Bruce Schneier

M. Snodgrass

Chris Floyd

William N. Grigg

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