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by | Jul 24, 2022

Not so very long ago, California was arguably the brightest jewel in the crown of human civilization. Now, thanks to Democratic politicians, its two once-great cities, San Francisco and Los Angeles, are post-apocalyptic pigsties where whole blocks of stores are…

by | Jul 16, 2022

Ever since U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation on July 7 amid waves of scandals and resignations, the question of who will succeed him has swirled. Conservative candidate Tom Tugendhat describes the contentious election as “a battle of…

by | May 27, 2021

“This is a clear attempt to bypass the American due process system by ceding jurisdiction to a foreign government. Dismissing without prejudice to defer to politicians in Luxembourg kills this and any future American merger the @FTC doesn’t like.” Thus spoke the…

by | May 27, 2021

Ireland’s announcement this week that it is opposed to the Biden administration’s arguments for a global minimal corporate tax is good news. Whereas G7 countries have endorsed the idea, the intransigence of the Emerald Isle is encouraging. (Apparently, President Biden’s…

by | Jan 24, 2021

What is it about Sir Winston Churchill that so intimidates Democrat presidents? Perhaps it is the personal courage he showed in 1941 when he stood, almost alone, against the appeasers demanding peace with Hitler, and quite literally saved freedom.   A…

by | Nov 23, 2020

Wanted: A true “captain” for a national conservative party. Present occupant rudderless and risks foundering a once great force for political, social, and economic good. Righting the direction of the party will be an arduous undertaking, with an indifferent crew….

by | Oct 26, 2020

Our host’s mouth fell open, her eyes wide with shock. It had been a joyful, trouble-free dinner party until that moment. In typical British fashion the wine had been flowing for several hours, the chat had been getting progressively louder…

by | Oct 19, 2020

Brexiteers confront a quandary. At last week’s end came reports that the Boris Johnson administration, tiring of further chicanery from the European Union, effectively pulled out of talks for a UK–EU trade deal. Britain will instead trade in accordance with…

by | Jul 27, 2020

At a time of crisis, we need hope more than ever. We need positivity and optimism. We need the American Dream. What is the American Dream exactly? Being a Brit, I didn’t really know, though I had a foggy notion…

by | Jul 23, 2020

The long-awaited report by the UK’s Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) on Russian influence over UK elections revealed no evidence that the Brexit vote was targeted, but there was proof of its malign meddling in the 2014 Scottish Independence vote….

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