WANTED: Someone to Take Over the Music Quiz

Pluto who currently creates the quizzes for us will be leaving in two weeks time. We were very lucky to enjoy his contributions for as long as we have but now is the time to hand the mantle over to another.

Restricting Free Speech on Social Media May Be a Slippery Slope

As private companies, Twitter and Facebook have the legal right to decide who and what to allow on their platform. On the other hand, many see the cultural values of free expression and viewpoint diversity as the cornerstones of a liberal (in the classical sense) and tolerant society.

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We Can Offer Fame without the Fortune

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The Beguiling Myth of a “Sensible Centre”

The beguiling “sensible centre” is perhaps more dangerous than the radical left because, while appearing less contentious, they are simply a slightly slower path to destruction; seductive because of their mixing of lies with some truth, folly with some wisdom, and immorality with some morality.

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BFD Daily Opinion Poll

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A Free Taste of an Insight Politics Article

WHEN I FIRST started attending Labour Party branch meetings in the early 1980s I quite deliberately flouted their conservative dress code. Just out of university, I turned up in the jeans, T-shirt and op-shop jacket that had become the obligatory counter-cultural signature of the 1970s.

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Cancelling the President of the United States

The First Amendment to the US Constitution may forbid the US Government from abridging the citizens’ right to free speech, but Big Tech corporations are subject to no such constraint. As the world has just witnessed, they can silence a President of the United States.

Pathetic Palaver at the Puhoi Pub

For those of you who are not familiar with this hostelry, it was established in 1879 and is probably the most interesting pub in the country to visit. It has an ambience like no other.

Trump Administration Accomplishments

As of January 2021 Unprecedented Economic Boom Before the China Virus invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy. America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections. Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration. The unemployment […]

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