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Masani’s 1944 essay “Reconsidering Socialism” was still a deeply socialist document

This chapter from this book by SV Raju on Masani is illuminating. I’ve provided some annotations in blue. ===CHAPTER=== There were two reasons for Masani moving away from socialism—his disenchantment with the ‘Left’ in general and Marxism in particular. The second was the influence of Gandhiji, which we discussed, in the previous chapter. A London […]
Tags: Travel, London, India, Liberty, Gandhiji, Masani


Wednesday round-up

The justices will hear argument in one case this morning: Flowers v. Mississippi, which asks whether a prosecutor’s repeated use of peremptory challenges to remove black people from the jury pool violated the Constitution. Amy Howe previewed the case for this blog, in a post that was first published at Howe on the Court. Cecilia Bruni and Brady Plastaras have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. At AP, Jeff Amy and Mark Sherman report that “[t]he state, defending the co...
Tags: New York, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Oregon, Court, America, Georgia, Bloomberg, Ap, Atlantic, United States, Hawaii, Liberty, New York Times


The Prettiest Green Nail Polishes To Complete Your St. Patrick's Day Look

We're seeing a steady slew of surprisingly wearable — and super-flattering — green shades flooding into spring trend reports, which can only mean one thing: manicure inspiration aplenty. Serendipitously, this color-trend uptick also happens to coincide with the all-shamrock-everything vibes of this weekend's beer-chugging celebration, also known as St. Patrick's Day.So to help you plan for April's DIY mani and Sunday's festive bar hop, we thought it the perfect time to break down the best green...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Liberty, Greenland, Chanel, Caribbean, Sephora, Scuba, Essie, Hadley, HANNAH, Mandeville, OPI, Tuttle, Jin Soon Choi


Please join Amar Habib in a fast on 19 March 2019 to commemorate farmers who have committed suicide

India’s farmer suicide problem is not going away. This is a very severe issue that needs the nation to come together to think seriously about the underlying causes. Mr Amar Habib of Kisan Putra is right in his diagnosis that anti-farmer laws that have blocked the basic freedoms of farmers are the root cause of […]
Tags: Travel, India, Liberty, Amar Habib, Kisan Putra


A helpful book on the origin of Indian liberalism

I chanced upon this book: HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT FROM RAMMOHUN TO DAYANANDA (1821-84) VOLUME I: BENGAL by BIMANBEHARI MAJUMDAR It has a significant discussion of the origin of Indian liberalism, starting from Raja Ram Mohun Roy. I’ve OCRd and uploaded it. Will work on it as time permits. DOWNLOAD HERE.
Tags: Travel, Politics, India, Liberty, Bengal, Raja Ram Mohun Roy


The Green Manicure Is Spring's Chicest — & Most Unexpected — Accessory

We're seeing a steady slew of surprisingly wearable — and super-flattering — green shades flooding into spring trend reports, which can only mean one thing: manicure inspiration aplenty. Serendipitously, this color-trend uptick also happens to coincide with the all-shamrock-everything vibes of next weekend's beer-chugging celebration, also known as St. Patrick's Day.So to help you plan for April's DIY mani and next Sunday's bar hop, we thought it the perfect time to break down the best green na...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Liberty, Chanel, Caribbean, Sephora, Scuba, Essie, Bayside, Hadley, HANNAH, Mandeville, OPI, Tuttle, Jin Soon Choi, Sarah Gibson Tuttle


Thursday round-up

Briefly: For The New York Times, Adam Liptak reports that “a group of hip-hop stars, including Chance the Rapper, Meek Mill, Killer Mike, Yo Gotti, Fat Joe and 21 Savage,” filed a brief yesterday “urg[ing] the Supreme Court to hear their fellow rapper’s First Amendment challenge to his conviction” “for threatening police officers — in a song.” At SCOTUS OA, Tonja Jacobi and Matthew Sag predict a 6-3 win for the proponents of the Peace Cross in The American Legion v. American Humanist Associatio...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Indiana, Atlantic, Liberty, New York Times, Davis, Chevron, Round-up, Thomas, International Finance Corporation, Adam Liptak, Jam, Loos, Stephen Breyer, Breyer


Liberty beats Jacksonville, advances to ASun tourney semis

Georgie Pacheco-Ortiz registered 16 points as Liberty beat Jacksonville 72-58 in the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament quarterfinals            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Atlantic, Liberty, Jacksonville, Georgie Pacheco Ortiz


Avi Dandiya is not backing out from his fake video. He must be brought to book for this criminal act.

Avi Dandiya has apparently come out with three claims: Firstly, Why we need to believe these web portals, who are run by funds. May be they could have taken money to dis-agree with me (Avi Dandiya). He also mentioned about some workers in Wire media who are taking money to create any program in their […]
Tags: Travel, India, Liberty, Avi Dandiya


James leads Liberty past NJIT 57-51, claims share of title

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Scottie James had 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead Liberty to a 57-51 win over NJIT on Friday night and claim a share of the Atlantic Sun title. Liberty tied with Lipscomb atop the conference but the Flames (25-6, 14-2) will go into the conference tournament as the second seed. […]
Tags: News, Sports, Atlantic, Liberty, Newark, James, N J AP, Lipscomb, Scottie James


Friday round-up

At Take Care, Nelson Tebbe and Micah Schwartzman worry that “some liberal justices might refuse to call out th[e] egregious violation of Establishment Clause principles in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association, a challenge to a World War I memorial shaped like a cross on public property, “[i]n an effort to gain concessions or to limit the possible damage that this case might do to decades of Establishment Clause precedent.” Additional commentary comes from Andrew Seidel at Rewire....
Tags: Justice, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Oregon, Politico, Court, Alabama, Los Angeles, Bloomberg, United States, Idaho, Ford, Liberty, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Madison


Allianz, Generali and Liberty lining up bids for BBVA insurance arm: sources

European insurers Allianz and Generali are vying with U.S. rival Liberty Mutual to invest in the bancassurance business of Spanish lender BBVA, four sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Liberty, Liberty Mutual, Bbva, Allianz, Generali, Allianz Generali


Liberty Pilots Jumbo Product Amidst Strong Reverse Performance for Ocwen

Ocwen Financial Corporation (NYSE: OCN), parent company of Liberty Home Equity Solutions, recorded fourth quarter and full year 2018 losses overall, but a continuing point of positivity in the midst of other business difficulties continues to be the company’s reverse mortgage division, according to financial statements released this week. The company also announced the launch of a successful pilot program offering proprietary jumbo reverse mortgages. Echoing what many companies have been sayi...
Tags: Featured, Finance, Liberty, Hud, OCN, SVP, Messina, Federal Housing Administration, Lenders, PHH, Ocwen, HECM, PHH Corporation, Liberty Home Equity Solutions, Ocwen Financial Corporation NYSE, Ocwen Financial Corporation


Fighting American #3 - Jack Kirby art & cover

Jack Kirby Fighting American v1 #3, 1954 - Jack Kirby and Joe Simon produce another fine effort on this Cold War-era superhero title. "The Man who Sold Out Liberty" opens with the heroes fighting atop the Statue of Liberty, offering a different vantage point than usual. In the same story, the fight sequence on page seven is especially well choreographed. The two remaining features open with [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Liberty, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Ted F


Cabbil scores 30 to carry Liberty past North Alabama 80-70

Lovell Cabbil scores a career-high 30 points as Liberty defeats North Alabama, 80-70            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Liberty, North Alabama, Lovell Cabbil


James, Cabbil lead Liberty past Lipscomb 74-66

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Scottie James had 17 points to lead five Liberty players in double figures as the Flames topped Lipscomb 74-66 on Wednesday night. Lovell Cabbil added 16 points for the Flames. Caleb Homesley chipped in 12, Myo Baxter-Bell scored 11 and Darius McGhee had 10. Homesley also had 10 rebounds for the […]
Tags: News, Sports, Liberty, Nashville, Tenn AP, Lipscomb, Darius McGhee, Scottie James, Caleb Homesley, Myo Baxter Bell, Lovell Cabbil, Homesley, James Cabbil


Review of Sagarika Ghose’s book, “Why I am a Liberal”

Sagarika has put in her heart and soul into an excellent book that I strongly commend to every Indian. The book is an engaging attempt to educate a country that has understood liberty only imperfectly through sporadic literary flourishes but has never really grown out of its feudal mai-baap mindset towards government. Gurcharan Das’s India […]
Tags: Travel, Books, India, Liberty, Sagarika Ghose, Sagarika, Gurcharan Das


Wednesday round-up

Briefly: At USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that “[a]mong the issues that deeply divide the Supreme Court[,] … one of the most personal is whether to take their reserved front-row seats for the president’s annual State of the Union address,” and that “[f]our of nine justices attended President Trump’s delayed address Tuesday night, led as usual by Chief Justice John Roberts, who has lamented the partisan nature of the event.” At the Cato Institute’s Cato at Liberty blog, William Yeatman is skep...
Tags: Usa, Supreme Court, Law, Court, United States, Liberty, Louisiana, Trump, Round-up, John Roberts, Cato, Cato Institute, Richard Wolf, Jessica Mason Pieklo, Wilkie, Kisor


Europe’s highest human rights court to hear challenge to UK’s bulk surveillance regime

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has agreed to hear a legal challenge to the use of bulk data collection surveillance powers by UK intelligence agencies. Last September a lower chamber of the ECHR ruled that UK surveillance practices violated human rights law but did not find bulk collection itself to be in violation of the convention. The civil and digital groups and charities behind the challenge, which include Liberty, Privacy International and Amnesty Inte...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Lawsuit, UK, Human Rights, Privacy, Law, Nsa, Court, US, Eu, European Union, Surveillance, United States, United Kingdom, Liberty


British cops told to scrap 'discriminatory' algorithms in policing

Predictive plod practices bake bias into systems people don't understand, says Liberty Human right group Liberty is urging UK cops to stop using predictive policing programs that put a "technological veneer of legitimacy" on existing biased practices.…
Tags: UK, Software, Liberty


Scare campaign by BJP? Modi had better deny this publicly else the international media will tear into him.

Freedom of expression has long been on the back foot in India. In Modi’s India things have gotten from bad to worse. Someone has been sharing this on Whatsapp. This has all the hallmarks of a scare campaign. The text: Appeal to all group members is that no group member should forward photo of Sonia, Rahul, […]
Tags: Travel, India, BJP, Liberty, Modi, Sonia Rahul


Lipscomb beats Liberty to stand alone atop Atlantic Sun

LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — Garrison Mathews nailed five from long range to total 22 points and Lipscomb beat Liberty 79-59 on Tuesday night as the Flames missed 18 shots beyond the arc. Lipscomb sprinted to a commanding lead in a matchup of unbeaten teams in Atlantic Sun action. Lipscomb (17-4, 8-0) took the lead in […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Liberty, Lynchburg Va, Atlantic Sun, Lipscomb, Garrison Mathews


Homesley, Cabbil Jr. help Liberty hold off Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Caleb Homesley tossed in 19 points and Lovell Cabbil Jr. scored eight of his 11 points in the final 4:26 to send Liberty to a 69-59 victory over Jacksonville on Sunday. Homesley sank 7 of 10 shots, including 3 of 6 from 3-point distance, for the Flames (18-4, 7-0 Atlantic Sun […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Liberty, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Fla, Atlantic Sun, Caleb Homesley, Lovell Cabbil Jr, Homesley Cabbil Jr


WSJ: Liberty University Administrator Involved in Michael Cohen Fake News Scheme

They will know we are Christians by our fake news. In a surprising plot twist, the Wall Street Journal reports this morning that President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen is being accused of failing to pay the Chief Information Officer of Liberty University John Gauger for his poll rigging services. Cohen arranged with Gauger’s tech firm to manipulate the results of two online polls and set up a fake Twitter account. Gauger claims Cohen didn’t pay him in full. Womp, womp. According to the WS...
Tags: Health, Liberty, Wall Street Journal, Infertility, Cnbc, WSJ, Trump, Liberty University, Cohen, Wal Mart, Michael Cohen, Drudge, Gauger, John Gauger


Big second half helps Liberty beat Kennesaw State 62-41

KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) — Scottie James had 12 points and 12 rebounds and Liberty pulled away big in the second half for a 62-41 victory over Kennesaw State on Wednesday night. Caleb Homesley added 12 points and seven rebounds for Liberty (15-4, 4-0 Atlantic Sun Conference), which earned its fifth straight win. Keenan Gumbs and […]
Tags: News, Sports, Liberty, Ga AP, Kennesaw, Kennesaw State, Atlantic Sun Conference, Scottie James, Keenan Gumbs, Caleb Homesley


The Left’s Strategy to Disarm America

Opinion by Allen West My right inner forearm has a simple tattoo with the words “Molon Labe.” My message to the progressive socialist left, “Come, Take,” because I will not surrender to you. USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- If you cherish your individual freedom and liberty, please read this entire missive, and share its warning. This last week was the National Rifle Association (NRA) winter board meeting. As you should know by now, reading these pages, the NRA is the nation’s oldest civil rights orga...
Tags: Florida, New York, Guns, Congress, US, America, Washington Dc, Liberty, House, House Of Representatives, Arizona, Capitol Hill, Nancy Pelosi, Andrew Cuomo, Michael Bloomberg, Cruz


Liberty gets hot, defeats FGCU 81-63 in A-Sun debut

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Darius McGhee scored 18 points on six 3-pointers and Liberty made its debut in the Atlantic Sun Conference by making six straight 3s and 14 overall to defeat defending league champion Florida Gulf Coast 81-63 on Saturday night. The Flames (12-4), coming off a 73-58 win over UCLA a week […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Atlantic, Liberty, Ucla, Florida Gulf Coast, FORT MYERS Fla, FGCU, Darius McGhee


UCLA still hoping for NCAA Tournament berth amid coaching chaos

Murry Bartow scribbles in his notebook at all hours of the day. Everyone around Mo Ostin Basketball Center sees the first-year assistant turned interim head coach toiling away, but redshirt junior Prince Ali admits no one really knows what Bartow has written in those pages. For UCLA’s sake, the Bruins hope there are some answers squirreled away that can save a season that has already taken a sudden turn after Coach Steve Alford was dismissed on New Year’s Eve, three days before the team’s confer...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Liberty, College sports, Ncaa, Ali, Vegas, Ucla, Belmont, South Florida, Bruins, Prince Ali, Bartow


Reports: Steve Alford to be fired by UCLA

Steve Alford called Saturday’s 15-point loss to Liberty “one of the most disappointing games” he’s had in his 28-year coaching career. It may be the coach’s final undoing at UCLA. According to multiple reports, UCLA will fire their sixth-year head coach in the midst of a four-game losing streak that dropped the Bruins to 7-6 at the end of nonconference play. An announcement could come by Monday, according to reports from Scott Bilo, The Athletic and Bruin Report Online. The Bruins, who lost to B...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Liberty, College sports, Ncaa, Ucla, Belmont, Bruins, Brown, McDonald, Pauley Pavilion, Alford, John Wooden, Steve Alford, St Bonaventure