Casual Violence – Manchester style

When cultures clash, when crimes go unpunished; when good and evil are morphed into, “meh-let them do them‘ moral relavatism; when the police are focussed on diversity and inclusion; and when elected politicians care for virtue signaling more than actual virtue – this is what happens. Manchester. This lawlessness is consuming Britain. — Darren … Read more

Did Neil Oliver get this right?

Scottish archaeologist, historian and broadcaster, Neil Oliver, eloquently and comprehensively debunks the fear-mongering human-induced “climate crisis” narrative. “[Climate alarmists] are deliberately lying to the people and pushing a false narrative shaped to cause fear and assure mass compliance that serves the intentions of vested interests.”

Was the Archewell/Spotify split intentional? Or are they just ‘boring’?

As the news is breaking that Spotify and Archewell are calling it a day and the inter webs have erupted in finger pointing and accusations of ‘failing to meet productivity benchmarks’, we ask: Is there more to the story? Archewell Audio, the company of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, announced the end of a multi-year partnership … Read more

Massive Monument to Celebrate One Million Answered Prayers in British town

A giant infinity loop, constructed using 1 million white bricks, will serve as a monument to answered prayer in the United Kingdom.  “Every single brick represents a story of answered prayer,” Richard Gamble, founder of the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer, told The Daily Signal in an interview last month at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in … Read more

Bank of England Economist: Britons Need to Accept That They’re Poorer

Speaking on a Columbia University Law School podcast, the chief economist of the Bank of England, Huw Pill, said Britons “need to accept” that they have been made poorer by the inflation perpetrated by the central bank. Price inflation today is a result of the record money creation by central banks, especially in the West, from 2020 … Read more

Microschooling: It’s a thing and it’s brilliant

Nestled at the end of a residential cul-de-sac in Hopewell, Virginia is Dream Tech Academy, a microschool founded by former public school teacher, Danette Buckley. Originally from Jamaica, Buckley moved to the U.S. as an adolescent and gravitated toward a career in education, with a passion for entrepreneurship. “This has been a dream for so long,” … Read more

MP outlines dangers of ceding power to WHO

Danny Kruger, (Devizes), is a Tory MP, and the son of famous chef and Bake Off judge Prue Leith and the late author Rayne Kruger. He spoke eloquently in the debate covering e-petition 614335, which received over 156,000 petitions) relating to an international agreement on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response. The petitioners ask that the … Read more

Ameca the talking robot is scary good

Watch Ameca jump around the language world in this video. It uses AI, artificial intelligence, and we’re all wondering how it will take away our jobs.  Humanoid robots like Ameca typically have a range of sensors and advanced computing systems that allow them to perceive and interact with their environment, as well as to communicate … Read more