The Prometheus Post is a monthly libertarian-conservative electronic magazine. It offers in-depth analysis of important political issues.
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Specifically, the Post explores civil rights issues, offers analysis of law enforcement models, advocates free market economic principles, provides hands-on information for running a business and also advocates British withdrawal from the European Union through reasoned critique.
The Prometheus Post also offers monthly special features and general political commentary.
In the February 2013 edition the Prometheus Post will be doing a profile of perhaps the greatest civil rights leader of the twentieth century – the Reverend Martin Luther King. It will also be exposing the failure of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), making the case for gay marriage and explaining the constitutional need for an elected House of Lords and a bill of rights.
Last November saw the introduction of elected police commissioners. The Prometheus Post will explain why this is such an important reform, a vital safeguard for our liberty and an important factor in defending our security.
It is often the political Left that claims that it is they who best represent the needs of ordinary people. The Prometheus Post puts this claim to the test and examines if it is indeed the Left that does the most to help those with the least, or if in fact it is the Right.
In this issue the Prometheus Post will also examine what economic measures we need to reform our banking sector, while explaining why state-controlled banking is such a poor idea for us, in terms of both our freedom and our prosperity.
We live in a period of great economic strife, with the banking crisis, the late credit crisis and now the Euro crisis. The Prometheus Post this month in business 101 will be covering business costing, explaining many ways in which business costs can be driven down – improving the chances of business survival.
Often the pro-European, without challenge, makes the bold claim that the United Kingdom wields far more power within the European Union than it ever could outside it.
This month the Prometheus Post as part of its on-going campaign for British independence will demonstrate why this claim is just hot air. We will also be explaining the latest in a long line of power grabs being made in the present by the European Union.
Also in this month’s issue there will be a full analysis of the leaders’ speeches at conference and an examination of what Alex Salmond is offering the Scottish people