Author: James Higham

Unfit for purpose

Just learnt a lesson. Having only finished saying that I had no desire to write any overtly proselytising posts around Christmas time, along comes this from David Warren, via haiku, himself hardly a cardinal of the church. Methinks it’s best…

Sarah Jane Olney [Millennial]

I’ve already made scathing comments on Twitter but they were competing with everyone else’s scathing comments. Now there is Guido, via Lord T and I’m assuming you’ve seen it. Julia Hartley-Brewer is turning out to be OK in many ways.…

Brexit and the expats

A reader at my place wrote, about the Brit living in France: A number of ex colleagues (both British Army and Police) live in France or Germany, at least two moving abroad before the UK formally joined the EU. They…

The SJW phenomenon in one

The Jordan Peterson/Joe Rogan podcast/vid via Lord Somber was posted yesterday and it’s long but the points made really need to be put in written form as well. This was it, commentary continues below it: Because they cover a lot…

Porn filters and government intent

Some years ago [Cameron’s reign], one of our esteemed colleagues wrote to his MP when the spectre of internet monitoring first arose, and received a letter from the Home Office, assuring him there were no plans to introduce anything. It…

The making of a dark lord

Lew Rockwell writes on the wannabee elite: Recently I made a few comments about the world’s self-identified “elite”, and also about the migrants that are plaguing Europe. Happily, I was able to do some one-stop shopping on both of these…

The non-sexist Cinderella

Children rewrite ‘sexist’ Cinderella Mind boggles, deep anger wells up at the loony teachers – parents would be well advised to pull their children out of such classes and the law needs to charge this Jeanette Winterson with hate crimes.…