Happy Christmas and a Free and Prosperous 2014

Virgin and Child enthroned (867), apse mosaic in the Great Church in Constantinople

A Happy Christmas from The Libertarian Alliance

10 responses to “Happy Christmas and a Free and Prosperous 2014

  1. Merry Christmas to Sean, David and everyone else!

    • Yes, a Happy Christmas to all, and especially to all who contribute to the diversity and success of this Blog.

  2. A Merry Xmas to all.

  3. Thank you dear chaps for all your kind words. Wish we could spend more time trying to think about and to write this bolg than we do, and try to make it better than it already is, but well, there you go. The shifts of duty-“chimpanzee type-writors” do what they can, when they can.

    It’s hard sometimes, trying to sort out the work of 100 chimps on type-writors, working in relays, in a cold nissen hut. And we only have a faraway wind-turbine for heating something called a “night-storage-radiator”***: and when the wind does not blow, well…

    (***Anyone old enough to remember those socialist things, lol!?)

  4. I’d just like to say that my sister has bought me a yard of Jaffa Cakes for Christmas and, as such, I may be at this moment the happiest Libertarian in England.

    Night storage heaters? We had them installed in our house when I was about six or seven. Very 70s socialism, weren’t they? :)

  5. Julie near Chicago

    Night storage heaters? You folks need to get real. The Old Ways are best–get a King Charles Spaniel. (One for each housemate, of course.)

    Meanwhile, Merry Christmas to all!

  6. Tony

  7. And the same to all at the LA.

    And thanks for not calling it the “Holiday Season” or something equally stupid!

  8. Sebastian Ortiz

    Happy Christmas

  9. Let us hope that the remaining Christians in what is now Turkey will have a better 2014 than they had a 2013.

    The story of Christians in Asia Minor, at least for the present, continues to be a continuation of the story of the decline after the defeats of 1070 and 1176.

    Still I hope the Orthodox Christians have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.