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Why I Started A New Political Campaign Group

My first involvement with political parties was during the formative years of UKIP.  I remember...

Opinion: ‘black-washing’ in Marvel’s Thor Ragnarök

Comic book movies, love them or hate them, are the current champions of Hollywood. As...

Behold the Rise of the Far-Right in France

France's outspoken, yet controversial, Marine Le Pen is surging ahead of her rivals in opinion...

Labour continues to show contempt towards Brexiteers

The traditional northern heartlands helped deliver that crucial Brexit vote on June 23rd, but Labour...

Are we living in an age of ‘Endism’?

When he became Prime Minister in 2007, Gordon Brown promised to create a so-called 'government...

Corbyn is doing to Labour what Nero did to Rome, but unlike Nero there’s no stopping him!

It is strange how often current events can be likened to past events in history...

Democracy, Freedom, Liberty – People Fought and Died For That You Know?

We’re so lucky to live in a free country. These are all truisms, platitudes and...

Is Political Fluidity The Next Prejudice To Overcome?

There are many arguments that suggest sexuality is fluid and that a person’s preferences change...

Jacob Rees-Mogg is right

The media hates us Ever since Jacob Rees-Mogg became a prominent figure in British politics, the...

One Nation Politics: The Political Consensus

Now that the drama has died down, perhaps this is the best time more than...

My One-Nation Vision for a 21st Century Britain

One Nation: a phrase coined by Benjamin Disraeli, reiterated ever since. To many, the ideals of...

Elections or Ideology: What Matters More?

It is a great decision for parties to make when electing a new leader -...

Should we devolve more powers to the United Nations?

The United Nations’ International Day of Peace is celebrated all around the globe on 21...

A Short and Ad Hoc Frolic Through the Idea of Conservatism

What is the philosophy of conservatism all about? What is the history of the idea?...

Opinion: Is the left’s love affair with democracy finally over?

There is a real problem for a huge swathe of the UK’s political left, generally...

The rise of the right

The results from Germany's recent state election showed a dramatic rise in the vote share...

Ayn Rand wouldn’t be shocked at America’s present situation, she was its prophet.

The objectivist philosopher Ayn Rand was born in St Petersburg Russia, to a middle class...

Corbyn: The True Face of Labour?

Jeremy Corbyn’s rise has been exponential and noteworthy. Supplemented and sustained by a vociferous band...

The Likely Tale of Failing to Reform the Second Chamber

Reforming the Second Chamber is a quest Theresa May should know only ends in the...

Why Realism Trumps Idealism

Human beings can be broadly categorised into two schools. For one school, the chief concern...

“…When I grow up; I want to be like President Reagan”

January 20th 1981; the day that President Ronald Reagan was sworn into office as the...

The UN Cannot Bring Peace

The United Nations was originally created to sustain global peace keeping. However, the organization itself hasn't done...

May’s attack on Corporate Britain

Whatever Mayism maybe, it is certainly no friend of corporate Britain. The Conservative party manifesto...

There’s nothing ‘liberal’ about Farron’s resignation

There are many legitimate reasons why Tim Farron should have resigned as Leader of the...

Conservative’s Liberty

There are many ways to look at the left-right divide. The most common one is...

The “Crisis of Confidence” that threatens the West

“The threat is nearly invisible in ordinary ways. It is a crisis of confidence. It...

British Christians are the new illiberal snowflakes

Theresa May is a Christian. It does not really matter that she is a Christian;...

A Conservative Puzzle that fits the Autism Community

There is a new approach to embracing autism from the autistic conservative. I have written...

Acceptance of Amazing Abilities

The Florentine philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli once said something that defines modern aid and the actions...

Buzzwords

Bigotry Buzzwords are not recent phenomena. Ever since I got into politics I have been surrounded...

Empty Politics of Empty Words

The virtues of political discussion Politics is quite unique in contrast to other sciences. When scientists...

Why Individualism Trumps Collectivism

There is at present a war of ideas between individualism and collectivism. The two isms...

America and Iran; Nuclear Powered Shadow Boxing

Trump has made clear he intends to end the historic Iran nuclear deal struck by...

Virgin not selling the Daily Mail: Market Forces Dictate

Those who are arguing this is censorship cannot get their head around the concept that you can reject something you disagree with. To paraphrase Jane Fae, there is a difference between the right to speak and the obligation to listen.

Abortion: Murder?

One of the most debated and talked about subjects in modern politics and philosophy is...

Taking Shots at the Second Amendment – Part One

Stoneman Douglas High School. Las Vegas. Orlando. Sandy Hook. Mass shootings are a tremendously American...

Taking Shots at the Second Amendment – Part Two

Why do we need guns at all? They lead to gun crime and cannot stop...

Against Christian Pacifism

Recently, a memory of when some soldiers visited our school has haunted me. It was...