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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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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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Why Criminals Are Afraid of Classical Music

By Enza Ferreri

Apparently, many young people, especially those with an antisocial disposition, dislike classical music so much that Bach, Beethoven and Mozart can even be played to discourage young hooligans from intimidating, harassing and robbing store customers. This experiment has been tried and has succeeded over many years in several locations. The earliest occurrence I could find […]

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Would Trump Be Bad For Black America?

By Alexander Baron

The endorsement of Donald Trump by some elements of the black church may have come as a surprise to many people, but realistically he needs to win a reasonable percentage of the black vote if he is going to have any chance of becoming the President. The fact that Pastor Scott and other blacks who […]

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The Amorality of Atheism, Great Book

By Enza Ferreri

The Amorality of Atheism ( USA)  ( UK)  by Giorgio Roversi, an Italian author living in Britain, is a slim bo that says everything that needs to be said. Atheism is full of illogicalities both from an ethical and scientific viewpoint. This bo deals with the ethical aspect of atheism’s self-contradictions, and it does it […]

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The Fallacy And Folly Of Austerity

By Alexander Baron

The Conservative Government’s misguided policy of austerity is continuing to hurt those at the very bottom of society, and things are set to become even worse. At the end of the day, this can result only in rather than less expense, and perhaps even a repeat of the so-called English riots of August 2011. […]

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Corbyn, Osborne, And The Harlots

By Alexander Baron

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn caused a storm last week by calling for the decriminalisation of what he called the sex industry. Fellow MP Harriet Harperson said prostitution was exploitation rather than an industry, the exploiters being men who pay for sex, of course. She said women should be protected, and men prosecuted. But what does […]

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A Tale of Inequality: Sex, Rape, Alcohol, Anonymity

By Enza Ferreri

In the UK there is a two-lane system of law: one for women and one for men. And guess which is the faster, broader, comfortable lane to travel in. Last August an unnamed middle-aged top woman lawyer had a business lunch with a male colleague, suggested by her, followed by a “long boozy afternoon” […]

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The Great British Question: The EU Referendum

By Bradley Young

After months and months of anticipation and hyperbolic claims that he is battling for Britain, David Cameron has finally managed to secure a deal which enables Britain to have ‘special-status’ within the European Union and the ability to opt-out of any future move towards an European ‘super-state’. While the EU has never tried to hide […]

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Professor Green: Hidden And Homeless

By Alexander Baron

There aren’t many professors who have tattoos on their necks, but this one is a white rapper rather than an academic. Fortunately, he doesn’t rap to us tonight, but for a guy from the wrong side of the tracks, he does a fair job in presenting in one hour the story of what are called […]

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