Author: James Higham

The real angel of the West

Never thought I’d ever agree with Damien Hirst [note the first name] but perhaps this would be a great reminder for the UK: Damien Hirst’s 67-foot pregnant Angel of the West: Controversial new landmark set to tower over the Devon…

Green is the old religion

Always useful, I find, to keep hold of one’s old notes – never know when they’re going to come in handy. First, the climate scammer’s post: Of all the blithering nonsense climate deniers throw at the environmental movement, there is…

Sullivan reinstated

Sorry – two posts one after the other but this is an ongoing story at OoL.  Talk about fast and furious of a different kind. You’ll recall the original post about  parachutees Warren and Sullivan in highly entrenched academic positions…

America – for whom the bell tolls

It must be galling, soul-sapping, for American patriots to see the left and its champion Obama caving in to the quisling Them [e.g. the CFR, TLC, banksters]: Part of Obama’s apparent war against U.S. energy independence includes a foreign-aid program…

Blair

What need have we to say anything when it’s all been said for us? Comments on this Blair for Germany abomination he’s been going on with: # There is only one fair penalty for this treasonous mass murderer vermin. #…

Mortar boards at ten paces

The title was a comment by Chuckles on the state of affairs in academia reported at OoL and ignored by all and sundry [except for Greg]. So, it’s now hotted up and there’s a virtual war going on: The man…

Why “progressives” are anything but

Beautiful: But the list of progressive fallacies exposed by Obama is much longer. He has laid bare the hypocrisies and failures of the race-based identity politics that lie behind affirmative action and other racialist policies. Then there’s the obvious dishonesty…

Sovereignty

Some of the basic questions being thrashed out at OoL include: 1. Is a government essentially its people? 2. Can that government initiate or buy or spend or initiate any action without the express consent of the people? 3. If…

Second dozen or so

From the first half of the blogrolls: 1.  Microdave’s funnies 2.  Martin Kelly and the Rest Ethic 3.  Mark Wadsworth and spying on postcards 4.  Luikkerland and the mass psychology of the Jubilee 5.  Longrider asks a simple question 6.…

First dozen

From the second half of the blogrolls: 1. Woodsy on Communication, Freedom and the internet 2. The Boiling Frog on Red Herrings 3. Bill Sticker’s Canadian view of Fake Charities plus follow-up 4. Bucko’s letter to Jake Berry 5. Johnathan’s…