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Libertarianz opposes this Bill as it appropriates portions of land to be state property, rather than recognising the value in implementing private title for the foreshore and seabed, as a sustainable, progressive and fair solution to this issue which has
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Meanwhile Sue Bradford, who can barely let a whole day go past without calling for a ban, now wants a new online betting site banned because it has gone to the trouble of registering offshore to get around the pathetic nannying rules that are this country
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The global atmospheric commons are not an obvious candidate for privatization. Some years ago, Terry Anderson and Bishop Grewell, explained why in a seminal paper, "Property Rights Solutions for the Global Commons: Bottom-Up or Top-Down?"
They noted th
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Libertarianz policy on that for many years has been to say, "Very well, you paid for them - you have them back. Here's your shares in these assets; do with them what you will." Eminent sense it seems to me. Here's the Libz policy on privatisation, the sam
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"NZ is not for sale," says eBay, after it was put up for auction by a disgruntled Australian and then withdrawn by the internet site, disappointing thousands around the world who had been preparing to finance a purchase of this South Pacific paradise:
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Transpower lacks capital, and like the other state-owned energy trusts it will continue to lack capital just as long as it remains state-owned. And without capital, there is no investment -- and without investment . . . well, you saw what happened on Mond