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No Spanking In Church, Please

By Alexander Baron

I would have published this article yesterday, but this is no April Fool’s Day je. After a trial lasting several weeks, the Reverend Howard Curtis, former minister at Coulsdon Christian Fellowship, has been convicted at Croydon Crown Court of a number of offences of assault, including indecent assault, against female members of his then congregation. […]

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Feminist Edjoocashun In Ameri-K-a

By Alexander Baron

You have to wonder in horror at the mentality of some of the people, especially women, who are graduating from American universities nowadays, because in a couple of decades or less, they could be running the country. If their grasp of documented historical facts is so bad and their grip on reality so loose, what […]

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Sex Scandals And Shysters In The News

By Alexander Baron

What do a former Canadian radio broadcaster, a veteran singer-songwriter, a dead politician, and three disreputable law firms have in common? That’’s a tricky one, or is it? How about false allegations and other people’s money? If you haven’’t been following the insane antics of a bunch of so-called detectives in the UK, refresh your […]

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Our Queen At 90

By Alexander Baron

The British Royal Family and the Queen in particular have long been easy targets for those of particular political persuasion. ’Er indoors is portrayed as a wealthy parasite battening off the toiling and exploited masses. As might be expected, this hour and a half documentary paints an alternative and far objective portrait. Elizabeth The Great is […]

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Chelsea Pitch Owners — The Way Ahead For All Sports?

By Alexander Baron

Sport today is a big money business, but it hasn’t always been that way. True, heavyweight bo has always attracted big money; Sonny Liston received a million dollar purse for a world title fight in 1963, but here are a few other facts to consider. In 1927, Joe Davis won £6 10 shillings prize money […]

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The Brussels Bombs Of 1983

By Alexander Baron

In a world where the principal, highest profile and most inhuman form of terrorism is that associated with the perverted political philosophy of Islamism, it is easy to forget that this brand is a relatively new development in the modern world. Those old enough to remember the Provisional IRA and related groups in the British […]

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Muhammad Ali Is Back In London — Sort Of

By Alexander Baron

The above photograph was taken by the current writer in Central London; I can’t remember the exact date in June 1992, but it shouldn’t be too hard to pin down as it was taken inside a sports shop (or was it a boshop?) during what was said to be the only signing he gave. The […]

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Rolf Harris — Crimen Exceptum

By Alexander Baron

On March 17, Rolf Harris appeared at a Central London magistrates court where he was formally charged with seven counts of indecent assault, all historical offences. The complainants (notice that important word, complainants, not victims) were aged between 12 and 27 years old at the times of the alleged offences. One woman is blind, suffers […]

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Son Of Sam And The End Of Ultimate Evil

By Alexander Baron

If you haven’’t heard of Son of Sam, it must be because you are both too young to remember him and are not a crime buff. Although he murdered only six people, David Berkowitz has achieved a notoriety out of all proportion when one considers the death toll of many of his ilk. Berkowitz is […]

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Chris R. Tame (1949-2006)

By Alexander Baron

Chris Tame died ten years ago today; the founder and head of the Libertarian Alliance was a fitness fanatic who was, ironically, struck down with a rare and particularly virulent form of bone cancer that to his life at the relatively young age of 56. Although his personal life was not a success – he […]

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