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UKIP Manifesto Includes Global Warming Doubt, Flat-Tax

Of Course, European Union Withdrawal Is Top Of The List Ban Burqa, Smoking Rooms In Pubs, Pensions Saved; HIPS To Go “Someone who did such damage shouldn’t be allowed to spend his retirement in comfort. This man should be exiled to the Falklands” It goes without saying that nobody in their right mind would vote […]

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Tories Will Win Big, Or Big Enough, More’s The Pity

Best For Our Long-Term Future Would Be Inconclusive Labour Win That Would Pin Responsibility For Future Pain Where It Belongs This should be a great day for Britain. Finally, with the election date being set, we have the chance to dump Gordon Brown, this arrogant, cowardly, incompetent, nasty, lying socialist. Unfortunately his likely replacement, David […]

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Nick Herbert – “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”. Help your constituents. Fix the Economy. Then pursue minority interests

(This letter was offered to the West Sussex Gazette. It didn’t publish it. I don’t know why. I suspect it was conforming to the politically correct dictum which says if you don’t think homosexuality is a sensible option for all, and object to children being persuaded to take it up, you are homophobic. I wrote […]

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Ayn Rand’s view of Robin Hood differs a bit from Bill Nighy’s

“Until men learn that of all human symbols, Robin Hood is the most immoral and the most contemptible, there will no justice on earth and no way for mankind to survive”     When I heard Bill Nighy supporting the so-called Robin Hood plan to rob the rich and give to the poor, (otherwise known […]

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Tories to win working majority; but will we notice any real change?

“Cameron will win because he is not Gordon Brown. Just like Blair and New Labour won in 1997 by not being Tories” “Maybe Cameron will emerge in full Margaret Thatcher mode, slashing and burning the fascist state, to create a freedom loving, prosperous, low tax, well educated nation” The Tories will win a strong, working majority […]

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Tougher airport security becomes embarrassingly intrusive

 “Why can’t they use intelligence to narrow down the people they insist on searching?”  “has information been added to the immigration data base, which might impede my next attempt to travel abroad?” Security at our airports has been stepped up after the failure of the Bollox Bomber to blow his miserable, medieval, Muslim self up […]

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U.S. Election Shows People Are Listening, and Aren’t Powerless

Sickening, Self-Indulgent Clinton Visit To Haiti West Must Take This Chance To Finally Reform Haiti Thanks for the New Year’s gift Massachusetts! What a stunning victory for the Republicans in a Senate seat owned (probably literally) by the Kennedys and their corrupt acolytes for decades. This is great news for those who believe that the […]

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Human Production Of CO2 Isn’t Warming The Planet

Models Claim To Predict 2100, But Failed To See Current Weather “CO2 Is Good For You” “Kyoto-Like Agreements Will Lead To A World Command Economy With Totalitarian Overtones” Thank goodness they weren’t a bunch of bearded, sandal-wearing nutters. I spent a day in Brussels this week at a contrarian climate change conference organised by former […]

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U.N.’s IPCC fiddled climate change data – Christopher Booker

    World leaders at the Copenhagen Climate summit next month will be determined to save the world, but according to a new book by British iconoclast Christopher Booker, the science purporting to show that humans are destroying the climate is wrong, and some U.N. data justifying harsh action to curb CO2 has been falsified. […]

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BNP’s Griffin humiliated by BBC, but that will probably help not hinder

    It made sense for Nick Griffin to emerge from BBCTV’s Question Time as the victim rather than an aggressor, and he certainly achieved that, although I doubt if that’s the way he planned it.     Also not emerging with much credit were the unbearably smug trio of mainstream political non-entities Messrs Straw, Huhne […]

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