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‘Mad as hell’?

There is a palpable anger in our politics on both sides of the Atlantic. Here in the UK, one Labour MP was shot recently, and others have been threatened. This verbal violence is happening in the Labour Party, which preaches equality and social justice. It did not happen under Miliband, Brown and Blair, but it […]

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Critics of “Gays for Trump” Party Miss the Point |

An interesting follow-on from the GOP convention, and many bad things happening in the world. Gay rights activists have not traditionally found a political home on the right. Yet gay activist and alternative-right icon Milo Yiannopoulus wants to change that, arguing that while the Republican party may not love homosexuality, Islam wants gays dead, and […]

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Special Favors For Businesses Don’t Benefit Taxpayers

Interesting story here. This election cycle has stunned even the most seasoned political prognosticators. Voters are clearly fed up with the “Washington Way,” lashing out like never before. If voters truly want to shake up the political landscape, they should start by demanding separation between big government and big business. Corporate favoritism is when government […]

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Brexit: a Month On

Well, we are a month on from the Brexit vote, and it still echoes around Europe and indeed the west. Perhaps it would be a good time to review. Everything is connected: Brexit, Trump, le Pen, Isis – even Ghostbusters. They’re all part of the same story. It’s been nearly a month since the Brexit […]

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GOP Environmental Platform, a Nice Dream

Good stuff, here, from the Republican Environmental Platform. “The most powerful environmental policy is liberty, the central organizing principle of the American Republic and its people.” The Republican platform on the environment is factual and realistic. It focuses on real environmental issues and not the trumped up one of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a pollutant. […]

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Jim Demint on Rights Without Natural Law, and more

Jim Demint is a familiar name to most of us, former Senator and now head of Heritage. Recently he had something to say about unalienable rights, here’s some of it. While musing on the writings of author and philosopher G.K. Chesterton in his personal notebook, a young John F. Kennedy wrote, “Don’t ever take a fence down […]

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