Author: James Higham

The lie of “liberalism”

One needs to get a line on Eric Foner before we begin. He is profiled as a historian but he is on the editorial board of the misnamed The Nation [misnamed because they are about destroying the Nation through the…

If CP doesn’t get you, the ECB will

Firstly, Witterings from Witney: In his article Gilligan also alleges ‘links’ between HackedOff, Sovereign Strategy, and Common Purpose and in connection with his accusation about ‘left-wing’ support, it is one perhaps understandable when looking at HackedOff’s list of supporters, amongst…

Leftists and falsehood

The essential naivety of the leftist He has no real choice. For a start, he grows up surrounded by the falsehoods pumped out by an elite and when he gets to university [or even in secondary school] he does this…

Silly Week 2011 Aug 1-7

Man in a Shed’s Silly Week is upon us again and I’d urge all right thinking people to mosey on over [click pic or here] to join in the frivolity.

We don’t need a new Messiah

The Obamas visit Calvin Coolidge High. Pity none of it brushed off on him. It was Calvin Coolidge’s birthday also: Coolidge’s legacy, regrettably unknown or forgotten by most, is a paradigm of conservatism that can serve as a valuable guidepost…

Excusing behaviour

Dalrymple [heavily abridged] In some modern societies—and certainly Britain is one of them—satire is prophecy … for no idea is too absurd, it seems, for our political masters and bureaucratic elite to take seriously and put into practice—at public expense,…

EU Referendum – let’s wait

Raedwald writes: Devil’s Kitchen and EU referendum are both spot-on about the poor sense in forcing a premature referendum on EU membership; we should work to resist this with all our collective might. Europe is amassing a press and PR…