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A Homosexual Tug of War

I am going to concentrate on an article criticising a recent gathering of Christians in London who were discussing homosexuality, but first, the news that the same-sex “marriage” vote in Northern Ireland that I mentioned last week has resulted in … Continue reading

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No Small Beer

In fact, no beer at all now for many pub-goers due to the Scottish Government’s tougher new limit: The new law came into effect in December, bringing the drink driving limit down from 80mg to 50mg in every 100ml of … Continue reading

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God at Elections

He isn’t given a second thought when it’s time to vote. At election time the NHS becomes “god”. Bow down and worship your golden calf; choose wisely the politicians who will lead us to the promised land of the world’s … Continue reading

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Smoking, Human Rights and Inhumane Health ‘Cleansers’

It has been a while since my last post. A lot has been happening; a lot has gone wrong and a lot has gone right, but it has been a rollercoaster ride. I do not wish to go into detail … Continue reading

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The NHS Must Go

Leg-iron has written: The NHS – now officially a protection racket after reading about NHS Devon’s plans to deny routine operations to smokers unless they stop smoking and the ‘obese’ unless they lose weight, despite the tax plus extra taxes … Continue reading

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Did the Nazis Really Lose the War?

Today, Frank Davis writes about tobacco control in Nazi Germany and how it is considered to have been far more complex than the bans and other measures we have today – perhaps to muddy the waters because Tobacco Control is … Continue reading

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Drinking While Pregnant Could Become a Criminal Offence

What isn’t (or isn’t going to be), I am starting to wonder? From one of Dick Puddlecote’s posts last week, DUP MP Ian Paisley quite rightly ripped into incompetent former health minister Anna Soubry over the loss of 900 jobs … Continue reading

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Ban the Burka? Why Not Concentrate on What is Important Instead?

Yet again I tune into Facebook and it is filled with links to Muslim stories. The first two posts from different “friends” were a ban-the-burka article, this time from Australia, and the other about a Muslim in the UK, who … Continue reading

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Ex-‘Gay’ Man: ‘Homosexuality is Just Another Human Brokenness’

I found this story to be of considerable interest. Dean Bailey, 50, like many other people, is proof that ‘sexual orientation’ is not a fixed trait, but can be changed. But he prefers to use the word ‘restored’ rather than ‘changed’. … Continue reading

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Voters Abandoning Failed Old Parties and Scots Right to Reject ‘Independence’

Perhaps voters are finally wising up to the cruel deception that accompanies mainstream politics. Even the most die-hard supporter can only suffer so many broken ‘promises’. The two and a half main parties have all, in the past, promised a … Continue reading

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