Author: James Higham

Sedition

The epithets were unwise but really and truly, what is going on here? A Dresden court has found Patriotic Europeans Against The Islamisation of the West (PEGIDA) founder Lutz Bachmann guilty of hate speech against migrants and sentenced him to…

Animal cruelty

You may have seen the story of the woman who went away to hospital, I think it was and while away, the authorities removed her pets and put some of them to death. As with many issues, this one is…

Throwing off the PC yoke

This is about a brawl and PCism, right in the middle of a very public corporate dollar producing Saturday afternoon showcase, not about football per se – I wouldn’t lay the latter on the wary or unwary reader. All week it…

St George’s Day

On this day which may become more auspicious after June 23rd, two items have dropped into the mailbox – one from Better Off Out and one from the Freedom Association. Worth a look. Dear James [Today] is St George’s Day.…

Natural born citizen of the USA

Item 1 Item 2 Cruz was born on December 22, 1970,[3][4] at Foothills General Hospital[5][6] in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to parents Eleanor Elizabeth (Darragh) Wilson and Rafael Bienvenido Cruz.[7][8][9] At the time of his birth, Cruz’s parents had lived in…

The comment censor’s bias

The Guardian worldview is on display for all to see: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/apr/18/welcome-to-the-worst-job-in-the-world-my-life-as-a-guardian-moderator … in musings of a Guardian comment censor before he moved on. Here’s an example of his unbiased moderation: ‘They are comment-thread poison – men’s rights activists who act…

Let’s hit the WB, BIS and IMF

On behalf of Ken Craggs, fellow campaigner against wrong and fiercely defender of right: The World Bank Group, BIS and IMF are exempt from any kind of financial regulation and judicial proceedings. Would you be interested in signing the petition to the United Nations…

Newspapers versus online news

The Z Man [H/T Chuckles] writes on newspapers versus online news and you can read that here. As usual, comments were interesting: #  James LePore When I called the NY Times in 2000 to cancel my subscription, the gal on…