Jacob Rees-Mog has caused outrage in the ranks of the so-called conservative party, and the media for telling the truth. Rees-Mogg, a father of 6, and surprise internet sensation, made his views on abortion and gay marriage clear on a… Continue Reading →
Government has more than its fair share of power and money. Rather than viewing the government as distinct from big business, I view them as similar beasts, it’s just that government is funded by taxpayers, while big business is funded… Continue Reading →
The country is currently in a flap about securing a trade deal with the EU. Why? Do we really need a trade deal with anyone, or are we just asking for one because we think they are necessary?
I don’t know about you, but I am not a big fan of bullies. I don’t like other people being bullied, and I don’t much like being bullied myself. My major concern with the EU, and the primary reason that… Continue Reading →
I’ve been wanting to write a piece about Brexit for a while now, above and beyond my strong feelings about the British fishing industry which the Brussels Common Fisheries Policy has all but destroyed, but I’ve not found much time… Continue Reading →
For many years, governments have focused upon GDP, but with our current global demographics collapse , GDP growth is no longer a relevant means to measure economic health, and it’s time politicians chose a more appropriate yardstick to beat themselves… Continue Reading →
On this, the day of the 2015 general election, I am interested in what will unfold over the next 24 hours, and in honour of all my earnest politician bashing, I’ve put my money where my mouth is, and written… Continue Reading →
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete – R. Buckminster Fuller