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by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 08/06/2017 6pm
We have just hours to go before the great British public deliver their verdict in a contest between two, quite frankly, unthinkably awful options. At time of writing polls have just opened in the second most important British election of the last 50 years, the most important of course being last ...
Check Point
by Eric Peters · 06/06/2017 8pm
The slippery slope argument gets mocked a lot – but here’s another case that proves the point: Utah has just done what thinking brains knew was inevitably coming. The state government has nearly halved the legal threshold defining what risibly continues to be called “drunk” driving (see here) from ...
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 06/06/2017 2am
Originally this article was going to be about the upcoming British general election, but thanks to recent events, we are going to have to talk about terrorism. Again. Like most people, I'm struggling to come to terms with the latest Islamist terrorist attack to hit the UK, the second in the space ...
Koran
by Tim Wilms · 04/06/2017 6pm
Tim Wilms at The Unshackled spells out the blunt truth as to what western countries need to do to stop Islam and the problems associated with it.
No Islam
by Owen LLewellyn · 04/06/2017 1pm
Pat Condell helpfully explains his nuanced position vis-a-vis Islam.
Cashless society
by Owen LLewellyn · 04/06/2017 12pm
The Herald ran an article today about the possibility of a cashless society . Apparently 24% of Australians would welcome this prospect. In a classic piece of narrative manipulation and deflection, the writer frames the debate around this issue in terms of which groups might be disadvantaged by ...
Sound Money
by Owen LLewellyn · 03/06/2017 6pm
by Alex Eastwood-Williams · 26/05/2017 5pm
Finance Minister Steven Joyce has delivered his first budget, one which can variously be described as "centrist", "Labour-lite" and "an election bribe". It's been criticised on the left and criticised on the right - and both sides have very valid arguments. With only a few months to go until New ...
NATO
by Owen LLewellyn · 23/05/2017 9pm
"NATO should stay home if want peace" says Ulson Gunnar of New Eastern Outlook, as The National Interest carries water for the globalists enforcers.
Military Industrial Complex
by Owen LLewellyn · 21/05/2017 7pm
Paul Craig Roberts explains how and why the $1,000 Billion-a-year US military/security complex will use all their power and influence to destroy Trump one way or another.

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