Wednesday, November 07, 2001
Discussion Groups

Here's some of my favourite groups on the yahoogroups service:

My column, of course, is sent every week by e-mail a couple of days after appearing in You can also subscribe to my "daily" e-mail service, which is an erratic series of daily e-mails on British foreign policy, usually in the form of articles. Basically its the most interesting e-mails that I come across.

If you want to discuss any of this further you can go to the AirstripOne Forum, anyone can read but only members can post. I have two specialist forums, one on European Union Law which is a legal discussion group, and the other on British immigration, which is set up as a forum for all comers. It must be said that I am in a liberal minority on the latter group.

The Libertarian Alliance Forum, run by the British Libertarian Alliance is often worth a look, although ironically they are immensely fond of censoring people. This can be a very heavy traffic list. For those intersted in the American "school" of Paleo-Conservatism, this list is of interest, and if you want to follow Tom Fleming's advice to "forget politics, read books" you may want to try their Great Works reading group (which seems to be in abeyance at the moment). An interesting variant on this theme is a reading group on Machiavelli's Discourses on Livy, starting from next Friday we will be reading and discussing one chapter of this work a week, something that should take us two years.

Finally VDare's Steve Sailer has got a list for his columns, if you like his style you could do worse than sign up.


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