Author: James Higham

This is unbiased journalism?

Looking up Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his law-enforcment team’s investigation of Obama’s bona fides, first place I looked was top of google and it was the CBS News report. I don’t generally go to leftist sites but in this case,…

Dinners for donors

Forgive me for missing something here but aren’t “cash for access” [Fergie style] and party donations two completely separate things? Far be it for me to support Cameron but on the donor side of matters, I can’t for the life…

Information overload

As we have less and less time to do anything, including blogging and blog-reading, so the massive assault on us has reached staggering proportions. IPJ reports on the Utah databank and it’s as if all the powers of hell have…

The missing children

Churchmouse is right on the money when he addresses the peculiar American penchant for non-mainline Protestants to beat their children to a pulp from infancy.” He adds: “This is another reason why I do not advocate pietistic and holiness movements…

Women in the military

It was summed up by Fred Reed, ex navy brat and war correspondent: The problem is not that we have women in the military. There are women in the services who have jobs they can do, who do them well,…

Circumventing common law

Quick one in passing, via IPJ. How Common Law is being undermined, using the legal system. On the 29th April 1991 a meeting was held between Lord Fraser (the Lord Advocate), Lord Roger (the Solicitor General), Duncan Lowe (the Crown…

Insanity

Exhibit A: Exhibit B: The latest version of Apple OS doesn’t support older versions of MS Word. Instead, Apple wants to sell you its own word processing program, Page. Over at National Review, Mona Charen discovers a gender-specific problem with…

Truths

What we have here is essentially a whole lot of conflicting truths or truths which either intersect or are tangential and often are mutually exclusive, which doesn’t make them any less the truth for a’ that. The analogy I can…

The illusion of peace

Not bad at all: Once upon a time it was treasonous to oppose wars, now it is virtually mandatory to do so. Today it is treasonous to oppose peace processes, no matter how ill-founded, how senseless and how pointless they…