Time To Go Cameron; Step Forward Michael Gove

Forget Murdoch Saga, Cameron’s Policy Failure List Is Huge Lisbon Treaty, Climate Change, NHS, Libya, Turkey, Israel, Immigration, Clegg, Grammar Schools, Human Rights Act, Grandstanding Foreign Aid with borrowed money, the list goes on “this list isn’t exhaustive, and doesn’t include the predictable clanger of  hiring some oik from the gutter press to handle the […]

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Forced Disclosure Of Palin Emails Backfires On Attackers

Amazingly, the first two headlines I’ve read say things like this. “Sarah Palin’s emails reveal an idealistic, humane women, bemused by the way of the world” – Toby Harnden, Sunday Telegraph. “A heart-rending letter about her unborn son may transform the maverick’s image” – Tony Allen-Mills, Sunday Times. No word yet from Andrew Sullivan, the […]

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Britain’s Climate Policy Madness Won’t Change The Weather But Threatens Mass Unemployment

IPCC climate science based on flimsy ground, ignoring sun, cosmic rays, clouds, oceans  “There has been a shameful failure by the grandees of the Royal Society who should have been the guardians of scientific integrity” “Maybe we should revert to the original slang meaning of the word “green”; to be hopelessly naïve, stupid and sophomoric” […]

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Primary elections would give the British system some needed fresh air

“In Britain, anything like the Tea Party movement would be strangled at birth”. “unless the parties give up the central power of veto over candidates, you have achieved nothing”.     Now that the AV phoney war is over, let’s think about a voting reform which would truly transfer power to the people and cut out […]

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Republicans, Monarchists drive us mad with their exaggerations

“Moore seems to think that all these toy-town titles and over-the-top uniforms represent a reality, rather than a rather sweet but obvious illusion” “I expect Dave and Brenda sit around watching Coronation Street, or sharing a cocktail. But decisions of state are not on the agenda.” Listening to Republicans arguing with Monarchists prompted by the […]

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Vote “No” In The AV Referendum

“Under AV, the winner will emerge from a smoke-filled room after hours of mathematical shenanigans, and probably his policies and beliefs will be completely unknown to most voters” “how can one differentiate between a Lib Dem, Labour, BNP, Green and Monster Raving Looney. They are all unworthy. I couldn’t possibly grade them in a sensible […]

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If U.N. Action Deposes Gaddafi, What Then?

After being goaded for weeks, West descends into feel-good, gesture politics “The only justification for putting our armed forces in mortal danger is if a country is a threat to peace in a region, or jeopardises our crucial economic interests. Iraq scored on both counts. Libya, as a minor producer of oil and gas, scores […]

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Atlas Shrugged – The Movie. At Last, Hollywood Tackles Rand’s Masterpiece

Toxic Timing: As Presidential Campaign Starts, Obama Parallels Will Be Obvious “Reviews will split politically, as leftists seek to cover up their lies, and hope to divert Atlas Shrugged’s message that socialism enslaves and impoverishes, while freedom/capitalism liberates and improves the lot of even, or especially, the poorest” “We’ve seen the utopian Obamacare legislation, which […]

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Hey BBC – Stop The Smear And Encourage Free Debate

Is the EDF “vile”? “The BBC parrots these (Extreme Right, Fascist) claims and refuses to concede that to use them shows a complete misunderstanding of history and the language”. “Fascism and communism are not two opposites, but two rival gangs, fighting over the same territory” – Rand The Labour party and some parts of the […]

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BBC cheer leaders want Egypt’s Mubarak out

“Get your views out of my news” “contrary to what the BBC has been reporting, there may be many Egyptians saying “not so fast” to those who would push out the current regime, with no idea how to replace it”. The BBC’s arrogance and incompetence never ceases to amaze. Its coverage of the Egyptian political […]

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