Category Archives: Blogs and Comment

The Dark-Side of Patriotism

Our response to patriotism has many potential pitfalls. On the one hand we are expected to stand resolute, hand on heart and sing the national anthem or be branded a pariah Jeremy Corbyn style. On the other hand displays of patriotism attract anything from patronising ‘little England’

Wrong About Capitalism

You’re Not Thinking of Capitalism At All

Most young people living in the UK now have never experienced true free market capitalism and when they complain about capitalism are actually complaining about corporate-socialism and statism. Labour favours one, Tories favour the other, but they are both statist, they both wield state force to take from the worker without directly returning value and in the middle is the productive worker forced to pay their own bills and everyone else’s.

The Price of Socialist Equality

The Price of Socialist Equality

Now that Corbyn has been chosen to head up the New Old Labour Party, it’s a good time to be reminded of why we never want them in power. “Mr Speaker, all levels of income are better off than they were in 1979. …what the

Europe Ahead

The Misdirection of EU Re-negotiation

What is the most plausible explanation for each administration basically continuing the same underlying theme regarding the EU, regardless of party? The current offer of a referendum by 2017 represents a ‘forced hand’ in response to the rising popularity of UKIP — Cameron’s show of

Ezra Taft Benson on proper role of government

Does government have the right to ____?

What does government have the right to do? Override your freedom? Allow others to override your freedom? On what basis? This presentation clearly and concisely explains the correct principles underpinning the proper role of government.

Free Speech under attack at university.

80% of British Universities Fail Free Speech Test

You might be forgiven for thinking it would be the intervention of dusty old Deans and Chancellors overseeing ‘correct’ dissemination of opinion, but in fact the research revealed that the Student Unions, not the Universities, were actually the most restrictive.