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October 24th, 2014
On on the site ?EURODANCE RAVE!
For some reason, I remained really curious as to just what this sound clip came from. For an even stranger reason, I managed to stay curious for eight years - at least, frequently enough to remember.

Thanks to advances in technology over the last eight years, I was able to determine that it came from Dave & Domino - "I believe in you", from 2000's Super Eurobeat 108.

The saddest comment.
June 7th, 2007
Friedrich Hayek, heh. (I'd say von, but it's illegal under Austrian law, the country of his birth). Of course, he was a heck of an economist.
June 5th, 2007
economic policy such as those favoured by the Red Tories. Of course, as I am not a Red Tory but rather a regular, "blue" Tory, perhaps it's better to have the comment of someone who might understand their ideals rather more. Obviously the appeal of a working economic system along with rationalist social policies (as opposed to traditionalist) is understandable. Maybe it's a whole new movement beyond reform liberalism. Probably this is the wrong forum to discuss this matter, though.
June 5th, 2007
The dangers I referred to were toward the party that housed the Red Tories rather than the country as a whole, of course. Mind you, the concept of being economically liberal (in the classical sense) yet favouring certain social policies seems a rather contradictory development of the reform liberalism espoused by J.S. Mill during his later years and by others; certainly one would expect that there should be a wealth redistribution factor involved, something which is hard to pull off with a neoliberal
June 5th, 2007
The dangers inherent in having a political system in which the Liberal party was so close to the Red Tories became evident during the 1990s, when the Progressive Conservative party of Canada all but ceased to exist, dropping to a miserable low of only two seats in the face of Reform Party pressure and the fact that there really was no longer much difference at all between the Liberal party and the Red Tories. Of course, the Campbell years weren't exactly positive for the PCs, either... 5'd for Canada.