A Completely Objective Look At The Democratic Primaries – Before Things Go Haywire

The state of politics in the United States has made it feel as if we’re on the cusp of a 2020 election that remains more than a year away. Regardless of anyone’s ordinary views on the conservative-liberal spectrum, Donald Trump has enabled inhumane policies, empowered monstrous figures, and displayed an increasingly unstable mental state. As prominent Republican strategist (and “Never-Trumper”) wrote recently, “Trump is coming even … Continue reading A Completely Objective Look At The Democratic Primaries – Before Things Go Haywire

Pity Those Decent Kippers

BY JAMES WILLIAMS When Gerard Batten took over as the leader of the UK Independence Party in February 2018, the party was facing bankruptcy and there was a serious chance of it collapsing. Henry Bolton had reduced the party to a laughingstock after a succession of 6-month leaders. Donors, who had been keen to assist when Farage was at the helm, were no longer interested … Continue reading Pity Those Decent Kippers

Field Interception Merits Praise

CSM EDITORIAL The Tory MP and Minister Mark Field has referred himself to the Cabinet Office for them to examine whether there was a breach of the ministerial code when he intercepted and manhandled a Greenpeace activist at last night’s Mansion House speech. But the only person who should be under investigation after last night’s Greenpeace invasion should be the Head of Security for the … Continue reading Field Interception Merits Praise

The World’s Gone Mad Part 2

BY DAVID EYLES (Part 1 can be read here) One way to examine the methods the Left use to go about their pursuit of these ideals, is to examine their patterns of behaviour in a case study. One such case is their embrace of paedophilia over the decades. During the 1970s, the National Council for Civil Liberties (now called Liberty and formerly headed by Shami … Continue reading The World’s Gone Mad Part 2

Winners Don’t March

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN The Put it to the People march on Saturday in London was the latest in a series of “second referendum” marches against Democracy, although this time there was more honesty on display about the true motives of the losers’ vote they propose – multiple placards openly stating “let’s revoke Article 50”. It was more sizeable than previous marches according to the impartial and … Continue reading Winners Don’t March

No Deal Benefits for Farmers

BY CHARLES MACKIE The biggest threats to farming that a no-deal could bring are traditionally quoted as follows:  Loss of a tariff-free market. The UK will by default revert to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules until Free Trade agreements are signed. This will require goods to be exported and imported under the Most Favoured Nation rules with a range of tariffs applied to those goods. … Continue reading No Deal Benefits for Farmers

Education or Indoctrination?

BY TARQUIN SUTHERLAND An education in the facts about how we as a species continue to reproduce was once in the realms of Science and Biology. Those days are now quickly being brushed under the educational carpet as the Government succumbs to the LGBTQ lobby and lumps everything under the heading of ‘Health and Relationships’. Now, nobody seriously doubts that a certain amount of lesson … Continue reading Education or Indoctrination?