Ann Widdecombe – long may she harrumph

May 10, 2018 by

By Gary Oliver, The Conservative Woman: In February Niall McCrae reported on Trinity Mirror’s intended purchase of Express and Star Newspapers (a deal now under investigation by Ofcom). Niall’s article carried the headline ‘Don’t meddle with the doughty Express’  – an exhortation which, by adding...

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The Commonwealth and neo-colonialism

Apr 28, 2018 by

Editor’s note: Were Western colonial imperialists and Christian missionaries responsible for introducing ‘homophobia’ into Commonwealth countries, as critics have recently claimed (see articles below)? No, in fact the opposite. Recently, a new sexual ideology from the West has...

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Alfie Evans – a family’s agony, and the wider issues

Apr 27, 2018 by

Newer items at the top King Solomon, The False Mother, and Alfie Evans by Devorah Goldman, Public Discourse Alfie Evans and the Experts by Ross Douthat, New York Times Alfie Evans, and the value of a single human life by James Schall, MercatorNet The Tragic Case of Alfie Evans by Matthew Scott,...

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New York City ideologues get indigestion over Chick-fil-A

Apr 24, 2018 by

by Hunter Baker, Acton Institute: America’s fastest-growing food chain has taken its customer-pleasing brand of savory deliciousness and rapid, polite service to New York City where it is proving that northern city dwellers enjoy the same thing that has captivated southerners for decades....

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Hungarians defy George Soros, give crushing win to pro-Christian conservative Viktor Orban

Apr 10, 2018 by

by Michael L Brown, LifeSite: If the Huffington Post is to be believed, a bigoted Prime Minister in Hungary is leading the nation in a dangerous, ultra-right direction, to the consternation of the populace. If the election results are to be believed, a courageous Hungarian leader is standing...

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Ex-race chief makes controversial call for tougher policing in black communities hit by knife crime

Apr 8, 2018 by

by Simon Walters, Mail on Sunday: A controversial call for tougher policing in black communities hit by knife crime than in white areas with less violence has been made by the former head of the Commission for Racial Equality. In a move that is bound to provoke a fierce debate, lifelong community...

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