Michael Haggar reviews Peter Hitchens' first book, 'The Abolition of Britain'. First published in 1999, the book has recently been republished with a new afterword.
William Wong writes on the similarities and differences between conservatism and Confucianism.
Luke Perry argues that 'whilst minimum wage laws are altruistic in intent by seeking to help the poorest in society, its supporters are ignorant to its elitist effects which are that it traps the disadvantaged into unemployment and poverty whilst playing into the hands of wealthy big businessmen.'
Greg Allman discusses declining birth rates in Britain and suggests some solutions to this problem.
Recent events in British politics have been sensational. Never have we seen such a capacity of grandstanding, bitter in-fighting and backroom deals. It seems the [...]
I was flattered when Miss Nielsen – Kirstjen, Secretary of Homeland Security, sadly no relation to Leslie – asked me to consider plans for a [...]