The Canary in the Coal Mine is Trying to Get Your Attention!

Apr 14, 2018 by

By Stephanie Curry, FPA: At the turn of the century, miners brought canaries deep into coal mines as a test for the toxicity of the surrounding air. Canaries are more sensitive to changes in the air than people. If the air was toxic, the canary would show symptoms before the miners. This gave...

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The End of the Pemberton appeal saga

Mar 29, 2018 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Jeremy Pemberton was married to Carrie and they had five children. They were then divorced and Jeremy later entered into a relationship with another man, Laurence Cunnington. When the Equality Act (Same Sex Marriage) came into law in 2013, Jeremy and Laurence married, even...

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Official New Guidance Tells Judges That ‘Real Equality’ Means Favouring Minorities

Mar 4, 2018 by

by Virginia Hale, Breitbart: Official new guidance on “equal treatment” instructs judges to favour non-white defendants in order to “redress inequality”, despite recent research having found young white men to be the most derided group in Britain. Produced by the Judicial College, the organisation...

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Washington State to ‘Monetize Wombs,’ Legalize ‘Baby Selling,’ Redefine ‘Parent’

Mar 2, 2018 by

by Brandon Showalter, Christian Post: Washington state is set to legalize commercial surrogacy, a move children’s rights advocates say amounts to the selling of babies, bases the definition of a parent on “intent,” and opens avenues for child abuse and other horrors. Just before...

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The State takeover of all our bodies

Feb 25, 2018 by

by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman: An MP’s greatest power is to legislate, to make laws on our behalf. That is why they are called legislators. One of the biggest abuses of that power is to make bad laws on little evidence to make themselves look good. A hint that a bad law is heading...

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European Court of Human Rights failures revealed as members ignore rulings

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Jon Rogers, Daily Express: National governments of the 47 members of the Council of Europe have ignored the rulings of 9,944 judgements with some cases stretching back to 1992, according to the Council’s database. Cases ruled as a violation of human rights include segregating HIV-positive...

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