‘Has social policy been used to radically change human behaviour?’

April 24, 2017

SOCIAL DEFICIT: Peter Gray of the Freedom To Learn Blog, who says on his website that when children have a loss of empathy and increasing narcissism. it is down to the education and day care environments not allowing them to […]

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‘Do universities actually believe in the concept of diversity of opinion?’

April 20, 2017

SEARCHING QUESTION: Brexit campaigner and Clacton MP Douglas Carswell asked a Parliamentary question on freedom of speech on university campuses after being “no-platformed” at the University of East Anglia.   CRITICAL THINKING: According to Stefan Molyneux, the philosopher Aristotle, once […]

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‘We are the voice of righteousness in all this chaos at Easter’

April 15, 2017

PASTORAL CARE: Syriac Catholic Bishop Jano Battah: “We are accused of being ‘pro-regime’. No, we are with the legitimate state and the national army. As clergyman, we are with our people. They know us and we know their needs. We […]

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‘Is this what actually happened behind the Syrian chemical attack?’

April 12, 2017

FAKE NEWS: Former UK ambassador to Syria Peter Ford claims the footage, images and information says all the evidence of the atrocity given to western media has been given by rebel forces but it hasn’t been verified by independent journalists. […]

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‘We believe the future of farming should be pesticide free’

April 9, 2017

CHEMICAL FREE: Leeks were one of the first vegetables Riverford Organic grew and they found using varieties more resistant to rust and planting them slightly further apart was a successful solution to combating rust rather than applying fungicide.   FIELD […]

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‘Rich history and captivating views bring Loch Lomond to life’

April 6, 2017

REMOTE ACCESS: This is the view of the Inversnaid Hotel from Inverglas and apart from the single-track record from the back via Aberfoyle, can only be accessed by boat. GOAT HEAVEN: These two feral goats are local celebrities who graze […]

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‘Why did the White Helmets plagiarise Schindler’s List words at Oscars?’

March 29, 2017

HOLLYWOOD PROSELYTISM: Orlando Van Einsedel, director of the fllm the White Helmets that won best documentary short subject category award at the Oscars. He quoted the following words as a verse from the Koran: “To save one life is to […]

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‘Do the right thing as consumers and eliminate food waste’

March 20, 2017

CONSCIOUS DECISION: The choices people locally make about their food can a negative or positive impact on societies and communities, says Real Junk Food Project founder Adam Smith. LOCAL BRANCH? The Real Junk Food Project has a foothold in the […]

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‘Temporary works are putting vulnerable road users at risk’

March 11, 2017

LIMITED OPTIONS: Poole Town councillor Cllr Andy Hadley, Poole People representative on the Borough of Poole, who says that the Sterte Road/Holes Bay flats development complex, is one of the few sites that the council can use for affordable housing. […]

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‘UN Security Council gets a roasting from Haley’s Comet’

March 10, 2017

DOWNRIGHT SHAMEFUL: Nikki Haley, who said the UN Security Council refused to condemn a terrorist attack in Israel where the perpetrators opened fire on people waiting for a bus and then stabbed them, but had it happened in any other […]

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