Followers of my rants will know I am passionate about the flora and fauna of our natural environment so it is fitting that my latest contribution features an animal, more specifically a dog, a lost one, called Picky.
by British Awakening, 25 Jun 2019
Curtain twitching in Camberwell, Voting fraud questions continue, Sajid Javid plan to implement UN Migration Compact, BBC News - extremist discovers that words have consequences, acid attacks amid #Khanage in London, Yellow Vest news, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 23 Jun 2019
Those of us who believe in equality before the law often face a difficult dilemma when laws that we do not think should exist are broken. Should we call for a law to be enforced equally, even though we would like to see that law abolished?
by Chauncey Tinker, 19 Jun 2019
Spotlight still on the Peterborough by-election, Brexit news, Conservative Party news including May's plan to block a No Deal Brexit, leadership contest, yellow vest news, migrant crisis news, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 16 Jun 2019
Rocketman is a biopic that traces some of Elton John's earlier years from his troubled childhood through to his battle with drugs and alcohol at the peak of his career.
by British Awakening, 13 Jun 2019
Suspicions of postal voting fraud at the Peterborough by-election are increasing. The council have issued a statement, here are some details.
by Chauncey Tinker, 11 Jun 2019
Peterborough By-Election results, suspicions of vote-rigging, Conservative leadership race news, Islam in our prison system, migrant crisis news, progressive policies and regressive results, and other stories.
by The Participator, 9 Jun 2019
'Of Gods and Men' is a moving and beautiful film based on the true story of a small group of Cistercian monks who ran an abbey in Algeria until 1996.
by Chauncey Tinker, 5 Jun 2019
European elections results, Conservative leadership contest news, Bercow under pressure, Islamophobia agenda, police farce news, patriots branded extremists by the British army, average IQ falling, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 2 Jun 2019
It is sometimes easy to forget that the United Kingdom enjoys an extensive intercity network with trains operating at speeds of over 200kph (120 mph), so it could be argued high speed rail already exists across the nation.
by British Awakening, 29 May 2019
Theresa May announces resignation, a brief look at some of the contenders, Electoral Commission shenanigans, social media censorship, persecution of Christians, political crisis in Austria, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 26 May 2019
Saturation involves persistently repeating politically correct points of view, and suppression involves preventing other points of view from being heard, and suppressing facts.
by Chauncey Tinker, 22 May 2019
European elections next week, Tommy Robinson supporters attacked by thugs on the campaign trail, police arrest man for covering his face, Islamophobia definition rejected, Craneman to the rescue, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 19 May 2019
The phrase 'political correctness gone mad' emerged as the first challenge to the prevailing and it seemed ever expanding reach of political correctness.
by Chauncey Tinker, 15 May 2019
Brexit, European elections, another parliamentary expenses scandal, BBC in the spotlight, Danny Baker the lifelong Labour supporter and the royal baby, the Sharia gallery, EU double standards on Erdogan, Asia Bibi leaves Pakistan, and other stories.
by The Participator, 12 May 2019
The myth of the hard working immigrant is not only a lie but also a great insult to the indigenous peoples, since it implies that the indigenous people are inherently lazy by comparison with the hard working immigrant.
by Chauncey Tinker, 8 May 2019
England local elections, Brexit customs union compromise possibly on the horizon, Huawei scandal continues, David Lammy incites violence against Tommy Robinson, Conservatives banned from Facebook, and many other stories.
by The Participator, 5 May 2019
I don't usually do box sets but there is just so much to say about the All Party Parliamentary Group on Muslims report Islamophobia Defined that it just keeps calling me back, fascinated by the brazenness of the attack on our freedom of expression.
by ECAW, 1 May 2019