An Open Letter to Glinner

BY BEN PENSANT Dear Graham, Oh dear, Graham. What the hell happened? As Samuel L. Fishbone said to Al Pacino in Jackie Burns before shooting him in the chest: “You used to be beautiful…”. And I don’t just mean beautiful, like Noam Chomsky in a tutu kicking a Zionist’s shin. I mean really beautiful, like an ethically sourced whale-spunk omelette washed down with a shot … Continue reading An Open Letter to Glinner

White Whine

BY JAMIE FOSTER Piers Morgan and a peace campaigner, Symon Hill, crossed metaphorical swords on Good Morning Britain when the campaigner went on to discuss Remembrance Day. Morgan asked him if he would like to remember Nazi soldiers and ISIS fighters and whether World War Two was justified. The segment was aired following a St Johns Ambulance decision to allow its volunteers to wear white … Continue reading White Whine

Reluctantly Supporting Rowling

BY FRANK HAVILAND Revenge is a dish best-served cold, so they say, and in these days of unorthodox diets there is something particularly piquant about watching from the wings as your enemies self-cannibalise. J K Rowling is the latest lefty loon ensnared in a trap of her own design, frantically virtue-signalling as the progressive sharks feast upon her. Whatever her undoubted gifts as a writer … Continue reading Reluctantly Supporting Rowling

Bringing Back Patriotism

BY SAM HOOPER Open Borders zealots and anti-immigration hawks could yet come to a pragmatic compromise that works for all, if only they stopped viewing the immigration debate as a zero-sum, existential war. This Texas town shows the potential fruits of such compromise. One of the nicest things about having moved from Britain to the United States is the fact that I now live in … Continue reading Bringing Back Patriotism

Believe in Something

BY FRANK HAVILAND Believe in something, even if it’s only your victim status. Genuine sacrifice is the stuff of legend and is therefore reassuringly rare. For the biblical among us, there are the towering figures of Abraham or Christ himself to live up to. For historians, there are titans such as Martin Luther King or Emmeline Pankhurst. If it’s sport you want, you could do … Continue reading Believe in Something

Nasty Little Men

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN This week’s attack on Jacob Rees-Mogg and his children was despicable but should come as no surprise. Rees-Mogg and his family were ambushed by protesters outside his home in Westminster. Footage posted on Tuesday by Class War, an organisation claiming to be a “working class action group”, showed police standing guard as a small group of demonstrators confronted the Conservative MP, his … Continue reading Nasty Little Men