Tag Archive: politics

sticking our liberal noses in your life

I would argue though that today’s “liberals” are the authoritarians as they can’t seem to stop sticking their noses in to the most personal aspect of our lives. What kind of lightbulbs to… Continue reading

lefty loserism

VR Kaine gave a great comment about lack of success in leftist movements being down to poor leadership and a culture of ‘loserism’ (which I assume is a synonym for ‘victimhood’, discussed in… Continue reading

despairing of global politics

I think the UK political system is a joke: two similar parties changing hands every few years with the help of a patently undemocratic voting system, and a lower chamber that beggars belief in the… Continue reading

british mps vote to drop bombs

I appeal to colleagues on all sides to make sure that we do not ignore the lessons of Afghanistan, ignore the lessons of Iraq, ignore the lessons of Libya. Let’s not repeat the… Continue reading

what’s wrong with this picture?

The British government will vote tomorrow on whether to start murdering people in Syria, in a bid to stop the spread of terrorism and the Islamic State. Previous attempts by Britain and their… Continue reading

comment of the month – responsibility for refugees

The invasion of of Iraq happened with the pretext of the 9/11, but that fact has been more likely to increase, than to decrease terrorism. The bloody handed dictator Saddam had none what… Continue reading

all socialism is slavery

In countries where socialism is more open, the government pays for the healthcare — AFTER it has extracted the money from the people. This hides the cost, so people believe it is free.… Continue reading

what do you think of Obama?

No President ever admits to a serious failure, and all Presidents inherit positives and negatives from their predecessors, but because Obama campaigned as the Light Bringer who would save America, heal the planet… Continue reading

am I getting my money’s worth?

I was very pro Europe, pro euro, and now I live here I don’t see the UK gaining any benefit at all. The UK endlessly subsidises larger countries, invariably with smaller populations, pays… Continue reading

lurking 14: the end of the world

I’m not back to blogging, but I do enjoy the occasional lurk. And today this little gem from No Laughing Ministries caught my eye, because nothing sparks my interest more than a little… Continue reading