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Being Feisty Fierce Fiery Does Not Stop Sexual Harassment


Women are pushing back against Sexual harassment. But some female commentators are not helping the cause preferring to belittle women. And That impedes progress.

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Theresa May Champion or Charlatan ?


Theresa May wears many labels from the ‘Bloody difficult woman’ to Iron Lady 2. At Tory Conference, she claims to champion equality. Champion or Charlatan?

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The Tories Rogues and Reprobates


Too many leading Tories misbehave. They are rogues and reprobates who are unfit to hold public office and undeserving of the trust placed in them.

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Jeremy Corbyn v Theresa May : Poison v Policy


When Theresa May called the election, to silence her party’s Eurosceptics, her lead was unassailable. The thrust of her campaign was to choose between Jeremy Corbyn and herself. Corbyn was written off as the jester. Nonetheless, Corbyn is eroding May’s lead. So, the ‘nasty party’ are again trying to undermine Corbyn with a spate of…

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Tory Landslide Buries Democracy and Social Care


A Tory landslide election result would mean Britain becomes a one-party state without active opposition. That would undermine democracy and social policy which is frightening.

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3 Reasons Why George Osbourne’s Editorial Appointment Is Wrong


George Osbourne is now the editor of the Evening Standard. It would be unreasonable to object to his appointment simply because it is his sixth job. However, I find Osbourne’s appointment objectionable because it compromises society’s values and standards in three important ways

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President Trump – Please Don’t Impeach Him


Please don’t impeach President Trump. Don’t misunderstand me. I would rather Trump were never elected. He continually uses the expression America First, the slogan of the German-American Nazi Party which identifies him as a fascist. Yet, Trump’s domestic renewal ideas like infrastructure development are Democratic policies in the tradition of Lyndon B. Johnson and Franklin D. Roosevelt. That…

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Fidel Castro – Cuba’s White Revolution


Fidel Castro died aged 90 in his sleep.  No thanks to America.  Castro rejected America and its decadence. Consequently, he escaped 600 assassination attempts.  From Dwight Eisenhower to George Bush Junior (10 Presidents) tried to kill and otherwise oust him from power at the cost of more than $1bn.   Castro was a man with…

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US 2016 Election The Politics Of Misogyny


FBI Director James Comey told the Republicans of a further investigation into the emails of Hilary Clinton.  Well, they were not Hilary’s but her colleague’s. An explosive media frenzy  followed. Suspiciously,  there is talk, but no detail.  Adding insult to injury, the FBI told Hilary’s camp of the email enquiry after the Republicans.  The FBI’s…

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Trump The Political Trade Off Decency For Racism


Braggadocious Trump is a misogynist whose confession of sexual violations upon women is not a surprise.  He has groomed society by normalising deviant behaviour.  Despite this chequered past, he has had $2 billion of free media coverage which cemented his political position.  Trump supporters insist his behaviour is normal while others accept the bigotry for a racist/anti-establishment…

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