kulturist no.699

Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent (or resistance) to lawful authority. Sedition may include any commotion, though not aimed at direct and open violence against the laws. October 28,2016; it's 128 days...

kulturist no.698

The law should not compel businesses to aid political messages   On October 24 ,2016, the Appeal Court in Belfast  ruled that a local Christian-run business, Ashers Bakery, was wrong to refuse to decorate a cake with a pro-gay marriage...

kulturist no.696

A lot of people, especially the rabble of benchwarmers of all parties in the House of Commons chamber,have been getting rather upset these last few days about yet another issue they can do nothing about other than have a collective pseudo-moral hissy...

kulturist no.695

Quite a lot of people, predominantly in academia and amongst the media Commentariat have been terribly upset recently by a thoroughly sound and common sense suggestion made by HMG's Home Secretary during the Tory party conference. Companies ought to...

kulturist no.694

Slowly but surely the screw is being turned against those forces opposed to the implementation of #Brexit. Prime Minister May's Tory Conference speech could not have been any more forthright and unequivocal on the matter. The Labour Party however,...

kulturist no.693

The Prime Minister of Hungary, Mr.Viktor Orban was castigated recently in the columns of The Spectator magazine for expressing " illiberal " views on the Migrants/Refugees imbrogolio. The adage " The pot calling the kettle black ", springs to mind as...

kulturist no.692

How odd that in 21st.Century Britain the tone of public discourse might yet be influenced by the utterances of a Cleric. At a gathering at the publicly funded Henley Lit.Fest which caters exclusively for a metropolitan-domiciled,elitist clientele,...