Antismoking law unconstitutional in Germany

<div style="text-align: justify">BERLIN &ndash; A milestone decision of the German Constitutional Court, which applies to the entire German Federation, has been issued against the law that forbids smoking in the smaller beer parlours in Berlin and Baden-Wuerttemberg.</div>

A liberties ‘blind spot’

<div style="text-align: justify">An editor at Spiked recently reflected on the British smoking ban, wondering why, a year after its coming into force, there has been so little principled outcry against it.</div>

Institutional corruption

<div style="text-align: justify"><img alt="" hspace="4" align="left" src="" />This new Round Table with Gian Turci and Colin Granger, Chairman of Freedom To Choose (UK), is inspired by the recent <a href="">Swindon 105 Radio debate&nbsp;reproduced in our Multimedia Section</a>. Additional comment and presentation of the radio debate is available by <a href="">clicking here</a>.</div>

What quitting smoking does to your brain

<div style="text-align: justify">After you wade thru this &quot;caring doctor’s&quot; recommendation of the <a href="">killer drug Chantix</a> (blaming the victims, not the drug), of anti-nicotine&nbsp;vaccinations (which destroy pleasure paths in the brain) and government-mandated withdrawal of nicotine from cigarettes; after you wade thru his extolling denormalization and bans (seeing no &quot;evil&quot; removes temptation for former smokers), you get to the last paragraph…</div>