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Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #4Visit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #4

Tom Woods - Ep. 430 Robert Reich Dead Wrong on $15/Hour CampaignVisit Original Blog: Share:
Tom Woods - Ep. 430 Robert Reich Dead Wrong on $15/Hour Campaign

View from 22 - Angela Merkel's burdenVisit Original Blog: Share:
View from 22 - Angela Merkel's burden

Jon Gaunt - Episode 84 Calais Migrants, Janner, Vaz, GreeceVisit Original Blog: Share:
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Cato - The Menu Labeling MorassVisit Original Blog: Share:
The FDA may soon have the power to criminally charge restaurant owners who fail to publicly post calorie information on menus. Ike Brannon comments.

Dellingpole - Proper Troll Blocking and Who Won the Game of Thrones?Visit Original Blog: Share:
Proper Troll Blocking and Who Won the Game of Thrones? In this landmark 70th episode of Radio Free Delingpole, special guest Toby Young tells James about his ingenious campaign to destroy the Labour party by encouraging it to elect a leader so left-wing he makes Stalin look like Margaret Thatcher. James expertly segues into the sorry tale of Tim Hunt – Nobel-prize-winning scientist turned latest victim of the Sparrows-like feminazis. What’s… The post Proper Troll Blocking and Who Won the Game of Thrones? appeared first on Ricochet. 

Liberty Nation - June 20-21, 2015Share:
Posted on 06/20/15

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BBC Hardtalk - British Conservative MP - Bernard JenkinShare:
Sarah Montague speaks to Bernard Jenkin who has argued for "fundamental change" in Britain's relationship with Europe since he was first elected as a Conservative MP more than 20 years ago. Prime Minister David Cameron is due to meet Europe's 27 other leaders this week but can he secure enough from his negotiations to win over the eurosceptics? (Photo: Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin. Credit: Conservative Party)

Dick Puddlecote - How Dare You Challenge A Doctor!Visit Original Blog: Share:
Some readers may remember Dr George Rae, a spokesman for the BMA who told the BBC that - in his 'expert' opinion - e-cigs are more dangerous than smoking. You can hear a recording of his truth-free nonsense in this post, or read the transcript here.This is quite obviously utter garbage, ...

Cato - Capitalists Must Seize the Moral High GroundVisit Original Blog: Share:
Entrepreneurs create enormous value, but freely give away the moral high ground. The for-profit private sector should instead defend their benefit to society. John Mackey, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, explains.

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France is making threatening noises about the migrants in Calais. Again...

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Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #3Visit Original Blog: Share:
Vanessa Coleman – The Way I See It #3

Labour Leadership – Runners and RidersVisit Original Blog: Share:
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Radio5Live – The Popes Encyclical with James Dellingpole.Visit Original Blog: Share:
Radio5Live – The Popes Encyclical with James Dellingpole.

Podcast: Greece and the lessons of Black Wednesday, plus the latest on the Labour leadership contestVisit Original Blog: Share:
As the situation in Greece becomes more serious by the day, is a default or Grexit on the horizon? In this week’s View from 22 podcast, Channel 4’s Paul Mason discusses this week’s Spectator leading article… Continue reading The post Podcast: Greece and the lessons of Black Wednesday, plus the latest on the Labour leadership contest appeared first on Spectator Blogs. 

Reporting on Edward Snowden MI6, Sunday Times – BBC vs CNNVisit Original Blog: Share:
Reporting on Edward Snowden MI6, Sunday Times – BBC vs CNN

Europeans Say Tobacco Control Is Wasting Our TaxesVisit Original Blog: Share:
With business, family and general red mist on other subjects being a diversion of late,  it's taken me a while to get round to this, but it's very revealing. The EU released a study at the end of May entitled "Attitudes of Europeans towards tobacco and electronic cigarettes". You can read it in full here.I'm sure you'll find your own points of interest, but there were some that struck me as particularly relevant right now. On the subject of tobacco packaging, for example, Europeans rated it as the least important factor when choosing what to smoke (page 38)...

SKYNews – Dr David Starkey, on comparing the SNP to the Nazis.Visit Original Blog: Share:
SKYNews – Dr David Starkey, on comparing the SNP to the Nazis.

Ep. 427 Was Jesus a Socialist?Visit Original Blog: Share:
Ep. 427 Was Jesus a Socialist?

The EU president Schulz says its already too late for UK to leave!  Share:

Episode 80 Taxi for Boris, Spitfire Hero Death and BBC Muslim BiasVisit Original Blog: Share:
Episode 80 Taxi for Boris, Spitfire Hero Death and BBC Muslim Bias

Chicken RunVisit Original Blog: Share:
Following last week’s tale of the heroic pig-cum-family-member it would be remiss of me indeed if I failed to enlighten you with regard to my recent encounter with another habitué of the farm yard. As is my wont I was proceeding at a leisurely pace early one morning along the A21 in rural Kent. In fact I was seeing how many miles to the gallon I could eke out of a full tank of diesel, in the typical fashion of many a man-of-a-certain-age; a penny saved is a penny earned you know!...

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Episode 2a – AlcoholVisit Original Blog: Share:
Episode 2a – Alcohol

Episode 2b – TruckingVisit Original Blog: Share:
Episode 2b – Trucking

From Magna Carta to the Declaration of IndependenceVisit Original Blog: Share:
From Magna Carta to the Declaration of Independence

Undemocratic EU VotingVisit Original Blog: Share:
Undemocratic EU Voting

Jacob Rees Mogg at the Oxford Union – The EU is a threat to DemocracyVisit Original Blog: Share:
Jacob Rees Mogg at the Oxford Union – The EU is a threat to Democracy

Ep. 416 How Uber and Other Innovations Undermine the StateVisit Original Blog: Share:
Ep. 416 How Uber and Other Innovations Undermine the State

BBC and MSM - Pavlovs news bell ringers. Go www.radiofreeuk.orgVisit Original Blog: Share:
It used to be people had genuine issues/concerns and they discussed them.Then jounalists stepped in and recorded these issues, they got put into newspapers, other people read the newspapers and about the issues, some readers realised they had the same issues, some readers simply empathised with those who had the issues, some readers called for action on the issues. Often readers would discuss the issues they had read about.This is how things were....

Liberty Nation - June 6-7 2015Share:
Guest: Ashe Schow- 0bCommentary Writer for the Washington Examiner

LA Questions: Episode #1Visit Original Blog: Share:
LA Questions: Episode #1

Ep. 420 Conservatives and Libertarians: The History Almost Nobody KnowsVisit Original Blog: Share:
Ep. 420 Conservatives and Libertarians: The History Almost Nobody Knows

BBC Hardtalk – BarossoVisit Original Blog: Share:
BBC Hardtalk – Barosso

BBC Hardtalk – Sir Menzies Campbell, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Pat McFaddenVisit Original Blog: Share:
BBC Hardtalk – Sir Menzies Campbell, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Pat McFadden

Episode 73 Prof Witch Hunt, Forced Marriage and Big RonShare:
Jon is still fuming about the UK judge who thought it was okay for an immigrant to beat his child. Jon is delighted that Trevor Phillips agrees with Gaunty that there can only be one law for all in the UK.  Meanwhile nobel winning Professor Tim Hunt, 72, is a victim of a silly feminist witch hunt over a daft joke which has resulted in him losing his job.  Jon says these kinds of social media campaigns are the equivalent of the baying mob and the medieval witches docking stool. Too many careers have been ruined like this including Big Ron Atkinson. Jon also condemns forced marriage

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Episode 64 Badger Cull, BBC Cull and Fat Cat cullShare:
The great unwashed are out and about protesting threatening and intimidating Cafe Nero and Sainsburys over selling milk from the Badger Cull areas. Gaunty is enraged and wants to know why these soap dodging students feel they have a right to act like this. The Boss of BBC TV is saying he will have to cut programmes if poeple are no longer sent to Prison for not paying the licence fee. Jon says "cobblers" cut some of your middle management and live in the real world you clown. Good news today that the Politically Correct social worker who was made redundant and then remployed the very next day on £960 a day has now been sacked again. Proof Jon says that public pressure can work.

The Way I See It - Vanessa ColemanShare:
Introducing episode 1 of (Madam) Vanessa Colemans show 'The Way I See It'

The high priests of healthVisit Original Blog: Share:
The high priests of health

Game of VotesVisit Original Blog: Share:
Game of Votes Radio Free Delingpole returns. This week, James is joined by Toby Young as they discuss the consequences of the election in the U.K. They also discuss a very important lesson that Americans should keep in mind during the next 18 months: Don’t pay attention to the polls. And are you disappointed with Game of Thrones, Season 5? James and Toby discuss how… The post Game of Votes appeared first on Ricochet

We have a democracy problemVisit Original Blog: Share:
We have a democracy problem

Mid Staffs - Excess Deaths - was it 400-1200 or 'maybe' 1 ?Visit Original Blog: Share:
The decrying of the HSMR figures seems to amount to a defence of 'whether or not there were excess deaths you can't prove it'.  

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Times are hard and the pushers of the EU project are determined to paint on thick the harder times they want us to believe lie on the outside of the barbed wire Euro-fence. If all goes according to plan and we end up leaving we might need to tighten our belts a little, or forego the easy access to exotic ingredients to sate our appetite for world cuisine, although I very much doubt it. But such musings reminded me of the time when I lived in a rural idyll as a much younger man and Britain was more or less self-sufficient for food..  

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