Social Justice

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) are curious creatures. You’d prefer just to walk on by the blue-haired SJW women in the rugby pub, but they jump out at you from tropical vape clouds like Celtic banshees from fog on a bog. Before you can offer any riposte, you know their sexuality upfront, are told that they won’t sleep with you for fear of … Continue reading Social Justice

Time for Business to Swat SJWs

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN It never fails to amaze me. The companies that stop advertising across publications and channels because the SJW Twitter mob – anoraks like Stop Funding Hate – descend upon them on social media. After all, who are their market? How often do you take shopping advice from a crusty SJW or use your hard-earned income to mirror their fashion, eating habits or … Continue reading Time for Business to Swat SJWs

On the Bus with an SJW & a Neo-Nazi

BY SAM WHITE I was on the bus the other day, and to my surprise a conservatively attired neo-Nazi and a blue-haired social justice warrior got on and sat together in front of me. I was waiting for the sparks to fly, but incredibly, they got on like a house on fire. The conversation was fascinating, so I sneaked out my notebook and started discreetly … Continue reading On the Bus with an SJW & a Neo-Nazi

Walker’s Crisps: Salt & Too Much Lineker

BY JIM BROWNE I make two trips every week to the Tesco’s Superstore just a few miles from the Browne house. The first trip involves dropping my wife off and then pulling into a parking spot at The Red Lion next door. I confess I enjoy my Friday afternoon hour of freedom. A pint of cider goes down splendidly with pork scratchings and a chinwag with the locals. … Continue reading Walker’s Crisps: Salt & Too Much Lineker

Let’s Talk About Gary

BY JAMIE FOSTER   “These couchings and these lowly courtesies Might fire the blood of ordinary men, And turn pre-ordinance and first decree Into the law of children.” Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Act III scene I Nothing changes. This is the first principle we must accept if we are to recognise the nature of our public discourse. As humans we are locked in a constant cycle … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Gary