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Stephen Jackson: Time for action in the battle for hearts and minds

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This is an article by Stephen Jackson, solicitor principal at Jackson Osborne Employment Lawyers, here writing in his capacity as Editor for the lockdown website laworfiction.com, arguing that health and safety risk assessments present the best opportunity to resist social distancing. Fiction: Health and safety obligations require social distancing measures to be imposed in the […]

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Twexit

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Big day on social media today (ie. Saturday), which partly explains why I’ve got a bit behind here. Virtually overnight there was a massive grassroots push for all conservatives and libertarians and non-leftists to leave Twitter and move to a new free speech platform called Parler. The result was hundreds of prominent personalities who decided […]

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Quote of the Day

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From the comments: As a zoology undergrad & postgrad in Oxford from 92-99 I can confirm that Anderson was a first-class shit. Dick Southwood had created a world class group of ecologists and evolutionary biologists in the department. Giants of the field. Bob May, Paul Harvey, Bill Hamilton, many others. Being taught there was simply […]

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The biggest book of the decade with all of the leftist publishing and media world behind it sells… 3120 copies

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Hey, I’m in good company: The latest book on Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a critical biography from two New York Times reporters that made new sexual assault charges that were immediately undermined, has suffered an epic sales crash, according to publishing insiders.   Expected to sell at least 10,000-12,000 in the first two weeks and […]

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Blithering Bunny is back!

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Yes, Blithering Bunny is back, and he’s… me. Most of you won’t know what I’m talking about, but there may be a few old-timers who remember my original blog from the early-mid 2000s. Those were the days when the blogosphere was ruled by old whatshisname, and whatchamacallit, and doohickey something-or-other. (Actually, in those days the […]

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Quote of the Day

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From Jim in the comments: He’s [Parris] also being very disingenuous in saying ‘no-one voted for a confrontation with the miners’ because a) the government didn’t MAKE the miners go on strike, they chose to, its not like it was in the government’s power to force them on strike against their will, and b) the […]

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From Jim in the comments: (concerning the attack on Roger Scruton): The first rule of dealing with bullies is come out fighting. Literally in the case of physical bullies, and intellectually in the case of the fascist Left. The attitude to have is ‘I don’t care what happens but I’m not going down without a […]