Sticks & Stones

CSM EDITORIAL First they complained that Brexit voters were misled by a bus advert. Next they complained that Brexit voters were racist. Then they whined about how Brexit voters were uneducated. Then came the gammon insults. These were linked to stories about Brexit voters dying off because they were so old. Northern Brexit voters then took loads of stick. Then Facebook got the blame as … Continue reading Sticks & Stones

Sieg Fail

BY JOHN ISMAEL John McDonnell-praised website Labour Hub producing an article replicating half of Adolf Hitler’s 25-point 1920 manifesto should come as no surprise. The National Socialists would be proud at the comportment of this New Old Labour Party which has become an ideology-driven, big state bandwagon for thuggish, thieving dropouts and is riddled with antisemitism. As Red Roar reports: “Labour Hub is a new blog site which is … Continue reading Sieg Fail

Shrill Bias & False Equivalencies

BY SAM HOOPER The hand-in-glove partnership between the mainstream media and the progressive “Resistance” may pay dividends in the midterms – but if so, it will likely also be their undoing in 2020. Here is CNN’s Don Lemon calling white men the greatest terrorist risk to the United States live on air last week – moments after sanctimoniously calling for an end to divisiveness or demonising certain … Continue reading Shrill Bias & False Equivalencies

Do Buzzards Eat Partridge?

BY DAVID EYLES In September, to great fanfare and publicity alarums, Chris Packham and George Monbiot released “A Peoples Manifesto for Wildlife”. This wide-ranging document claims to having no party political bias, but admits to being political and even controversial. The manifesto declares its intentions to form no less than 17 separate ministries for the management of the British countryside and seas. These 17 separate … Continue reading Do Buzzards Eat Partridge?

Roasted Partridge with Cider and Cabbage

Ingredients: 1 tbsp rapeseed oil 4 streaky bacon rashers, roughly chopped 2 oven-ready partridges 1 onion, finely chopped 1 leek, thinly sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh thyme leaves 300ml medium-dry cider 2 tbsp double cream ¼ savoy cabbage, finely shredded Method: Heat the oven to 180°C/160°C fan/gas 4. Heat the rapeseed oil in an ovenproof sauté pan or shallow casserole … Continue reading Roasted Partridge with Cider and Cabbage

I Want My ITV

BY BEN PENSANT Despite appearances to the contrary, television drama is the last place you’d look to find turbo-wokeness. Sure, the BBC tries, but even their best efforts are hamstrung by the same deference to the alt-right that sours their news coverage, with its refusal to report that the Leave campaign still aren’t being investigated by the police, and its habit of airbrushing photos of … Continue reading I Want My ITV