05.04.2024

The Republicans’ bad conscience

Mike Pence stands for the principles and ethics that all Republicans used to extol. No wonder they hate him...

The Washington Examiner

02.04.2024

Sorry, WASPI ladies, we’re out of cash

There are also moral arguments against the WASPI campaign, but they are beside the point when there is no money left...

The Telegraph

30.03.2024

If the Rwanda scheme is blocked, we surrender to woke lawyers

Parliament could not have made its will clearer and, in our constitutional system, that is enough...

Daily Mail


27.03.2024

The single biggest shift in US politics

Non-white voters are deserting the Dems in droves...

The Washington Examiner

24.03.2024

Since lockdown, 500,000 people have been declared mentally unfit to work

What lies behind the numbers? Long Lockdown, benefit fraud, or something else?...

The Telegraph

21.03.2024

Why is Britain holding out against Europe’s populist tide?

Portugal has joined the swing from old Left to insurgent Right. What makes Britain different?...

Conservative Home


18.03.2024

Run, Nikki, run!

Never has the US been readier for a third-party candidate...

The Washington Examiner

15.03.2024

The Church of England adopts a new Trinity - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Its anti-historical posturing over slavery marks the birth of a new syncretic religion, intolerant and proselytising ...

The Telegraph

12.03.2024

The ugly tradition of Leftist anti-Semitism

What we are seeing now is not new, but part of a tradition stretching back to Karl Marx...

The Washington Examiner


10.03.2024

Islam is not Islamism

One is a religion founded by Mohammed in 610, the other a political movement founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928...

Conservative Home

08.03.2024

A bolder budget than you might think

At a time when more than five million working-age adults are on benefits, cutting National Insurance makes work pay...

Daily Mail

06.03.2024

We need a British Milei

Sadly, things will have to get worse before we realise it...

The Telegraph


04.03.2024

Multiculturalism or democracy - pick one

For Parliament to alter its procedures under threat of violence was a new low...

The Washington Examiner

02.03.2024

Jobs are a cost, not a benefit

It is bizarre to romanticise the miners strike, as though keeping men in that brutalising work were an end in itself...

The Telegraph

28.02.2024

More elderly leaders, please!

Spare us from young thrusters with high testosterone and things to prove...

The Washington Examiner


26.02.2024

Russia is an organised crime gang with a state attached

Putin will carry on dealing death at home and abroad until he is stopped...

The Telegraph

24.02.2024

Everyone hates the Conservatives

The country is in a Left-wing mood, and nothing short of a full economic crisis will shift it...

Conservative Home

22.02.2024

The Kremlin is right to sanction me

As long as Russia remains an imperial, Eurasian state, it will be a threat to liberty...

Daily Mail


20.02.2024

And after Trump?

Despite everything, there are encouraging signs that the Republicans still believe in free enterprise...

The Washington Examiner

17.02.2024

How Labour will bankrupt Britain

You think Starmer is dull, sensible and moderately Blairite? Think again...

The Telegraph

14.02.2024

Much ado about rutting

Judi Dench's libidinous take on Shakespeare, reviewed for the Oldie magazine...

IBTimes


11.02.2024

Is “settler colonialism” really a white thing?

West Papua, Iraqi Kurdistan, Western Sahara, Matabeleland, Chittagong Hills, Xinjiang - no whites involved...

The Washington Examiner

08.02.2024

Get ready for World War Three

Si vis pacem, para bellum...

The Telegraph

05.02.2024

OK, but what’s your alternative?

It is easy to list the defects of the Rwanda scheme, but critics never say what they would do instead...

Conservative Home


02.02.2024

Diversity training does more harm than good

When using an inappropriate word is treated as blasphemy rather than discourtesy, something has gone badly wrong...

The Washington Examiner

30.01.2024

We’re turning down trade deals for fear of upsetting the EU

There is no other explanation for our failure to agree an FTA with Morocco...

The Telegraph

28.01.2024

Labour edges back to Brussels

It is now very clear that Keir Starmer wants to join the customs union, giving the EU 90 per cent of what it wants...

Daily Mail


26.01.2024

Americans are letting us down

What would Trump have to do to put off his supporters? Run for a third term? Dissolve Congress? Expel a state from the Union?...

The Washington Examiner

24.01.2024

Davos defeated

Javier Milei told our lizardman overlords a few home truths...

The Telegraph

22.01.2024

Biffing pirates and slavers is what Brits do

Not for the first time, the Royal Navy is acting on behalf of humanity - and getting little thanks for it...

Conservative Home


20.01.2024

Every Conservative should back the Rwanda plan

No PM has been tougher on immigration, so why won't Right-wingers trust Rishi Sunak?...

Daily Mail

18.01.2024

The more we vote, the less we change

More people will cast ballots in 2024 than in any previous year, yet democracy is in retreat worldwide...

The Washington Examiner

16.01.2024

Time to legalise cocaine

Ecuador is the latest country driven to the point of collapse by our war on drugs...

The Telegraph


14.01.2024

Is the woke madness finally lifting?

Claudine Gay is right that she is a pawn in a bigger culture war - though perhaps not in the way she thinks...

The Washington Examiner

12.01.2024

The NHS is a global laughing stock

Doctors threaten to emigrate, but never mention what makes other countries' healthcare systems more attractive...

The Telegraph

10.01.2024

Mark Littlewood belongs in the House of Lords

We can't have committees of grandees blocking people of whom they happen to disapprove on ideological grounds...

Conservative Home


08.01.2024

The euro has been underperforming for 25 years

Back then, British politicians kept telling us that keeping the pound would be ruinous...

Daily Mail

06.01.2024

Is the Atlantic alliance on its last legs?

Donald Trump may be an Anglophile, but he has never cared for the values that Nato exists to defend...

The Washington Examiner

04.01.2024

The man who pushed me into politics

British Euroscepticism had been moribund since 1975 - until Jacques Delors...

The Telegraph


02.01.2024

With friends like these who needs Yemenis?

The Houthis are a nasty bunch but, like the Taliban, will not be easily eradicated...

The Washington Examiner

29.12.2023

We are heading for another Labour budget crisis

The money always runs out under Labour governments ...

The Telegraph

26.12.2023

Remember why we are backing Ukraine

If Putin wins, liberal democracy will suffer a massive global setback...

Conservative Home


23.12.2023

Where’s the Tea Party when you need it?

Just as after the American Revolution itself, tea partiers have melted away even as government has grown...

The Washington Examiner

20.12.2023

Wind up this ignorant, smug Covid Inquiry

If the Lead Counsel doesn't know what QALY means, he has no business asking questions...

The Telegraph

17.12.2023

Illegal immigration will soar under Starmer

Almost alone in Europe, the Labour leader continues to back Leftie judges on the issue...

Daily Mail


14.12.2023

Yes we should trade with China

Tariffs have hurt America more than China, and strengthened the grip of the CPC...

The Washington Examiner

11.12.2023

What if Russia wins?

If Ukraine loses territory, the entire Western order will suffer an unprecedented loss...

The Telegraph

08.12.2023

The West faces a collective Suez moment

Once again, a dictator has found that attacking the old colonial powers guarantees global popularity...

Conservative Home


05.12.2023

In New Zealand, the system works

Why can't other countries learn from the sensible, measured Kiwis when it comes to politics?...

The Washington Examiner

02.12.2023

Gaza is jammed into our culture war

Tell me where you stand on trans and BLM and I'll tell you, with 80 per cent accuracy, whether you favour Israel or Palestine...

The Washington Examiner

30.11.2023

The Peronist deep state is mobilising against Javier Milei

Too many interests are at stake to let his free-market reforms succeed...

Conservative Home


27.11.2023

When goods don’t cross borders, soldiers do

The sudden spate of wars around the world is connected to the decline of international trade...

The Washington Examiner

24.11.2023

Brexit is working

Country by country, state by state, Britain is again becoming a leading commercial power...

Daily Mail

21.11.2023

The Pax Americana is breaking apart

Authoritarianism, protectionism and conflict are all on the rise in consequence...

The Telegraph


18.11.2023

What if no one wants peace?

If one side will settle for nothing less than the annihilation of the other, a settlement becomes impossible...

The Washington Examiner

15.11.2023

Does the UN seriously think that Britain is the worst human rights violator?

You'd think it had bigger concerns than the level of universal credit in the UK...

Daily Mail

12.11.2023

How like a god

It is exactly 400 years since the greatest act of literary salvage in history...

The Telegraph


10.11.2023

Israel must be careful not to play the part of Vladimir Putin

Population transfers, energy boycotts, talk of nuclear strikes - these things are never acceptable...

Conservative Home

08.11.2023

The Republican Party I loved is dead

If a decent patriot like Mike Pence is rejected solely for having defended the Constitution, the old GOP is irrecoverable...

The Washington Examiner

06.11.2023

The cretinous Covid inquiry

Biased, trivial and dim, the inquiry is demonstrating the state failings it is meant to be investigating...

The Telegraph


04.11.2023

Israel’s empathy problems

After 9/11, we were all Americans; after the Paris attacks, JeSuisCharlie; but Israel is somehow different...

The Washington Examiner

02.11.2023

The biggest threat to our security? Debt

Around the world, governments have been unable to turn off the supposedly emergency spending that accompanied the lockdowns...

The Telegraph

29.10.2023

Yes, but then what?

There are no good options for Israel...

Conservative Home


26.10.2023

What has Ireland got against Israel?

You can tell whether you are in a unionist or republican part of Belfast by whether you see Stars of David or PLO banners...

The Washington Examiner

23.10.2023

An age of conflicts looms

Illiberal regimes of every kind, from Islamist to Marxist, are uniting against the West. Pick a side...

The Telegraph

20.10.2023

Why no JLM movement?

The answer, however we look at it, is an ugly one...

The Washington Examiner


17.10.2023

Hamas means what it says

Westerners need to stop projecting their own moderate goals on to the terrorist group...

The Telegraph

14.10.2023

There will never be a peaceful, prosperous Palestine

Hamas has, as it intended, killed any prospect of a two-state solution...

Conservative Home

11.10.2023

Putinite Republicans disgrace America

The febrile state of US politics is partly the product of sustained Russian dezinformatsiya...

The Washington Examiner


08.10.2023

Sir Keir, you are no Sir Tony

Starmer is obviously taking lessons from Blair on how to campaign, but he is likelier to end as another Callaghan...

The Telegraph

05.10.2023

There’s a reason people stopped believing their governments

When governments engage in well-intentioned disinformation, they push people into conspiracy theories...

The Washington Examiner

02.10.2023

Rishi Sunak is a proper conservative

It may be too late to win the election, but how refreshing to see the PM halt the expansion of the state...

The Telegraph


29.09.2023

Why Leave is behind in the polls

The EU has dropped out of the news, and we no longer hear about its problems...

Conservative Home

27.09.2023

My favourite Tory

Pierre Poilievre is proof that, even in a populist age, classical liberals can still win...

The Washington Examiner

25.09.2023

The EU’s “associate membership” scheme is seven years too late

Brussels missed its moment in 2016, and both sides in Britain are now too polarised...

The Telegraph


23.09.2023

Labour longs for Europe

Keir Starmer will do everything short of formally rejoining...

Daily Mail

21.09.2023

Woke is just fashion - which is why it’s so tenacious

Even the Antiques Road Show has to go along with the nonsense of cultural restitution...

The Washington Examiner

19.09.2023

The real axis of evil

Russia and North Korea represent the past from which humanity has, thank God, escaped...

The Telegraph


17.09.2023

The reasonable remainers

Not every Tory moderate became a Euro-nostalgic loon; some of them stayed sensible...

The Telegraph

14.09.2023

We need SOME non-local candidates

A House of Commons composed almost wholly of local councillors will refuse to build anything...

Conservative Home

11.09.2023

To the Left of Genghis Khan

The idea that genocide makes you Right-wing is an extraordinarily revealing one...

The Washington Examiner


08.09.2023

The lockdowns killed more than they saved

You can't interpret the data in any other way. It was the greatest policy failure of the century...

The Washington Examiner

05.09.2023

Why is a Tory government funding anti-Tory activists?

When taxes are at record levels, why are we borrowing even more money to give to Leftist pressure groups?...

The Telegraph

02.09.2023

The Letby horrors must not produce more bad laws

Our response should be proportionate to the likelihood of a repetition, not to the sense of public outrage...

Conservative Home


30.08.2023

International support for Putin is a product of twisted anti-colonialism

Today's woke activists are, without realising it, parroting Cold War era Soviet propaganda...

The Telegraph

28.08.2023

What does it take for a libertarian to be electable?

Beware! Beware! His flashing eyes! His floating hair!...

The Washington Examiner

26.08.2023

Driven mad by Brexit

Peter Foster, a perfectly sensible man in real life, has become a screeching loon when it comes to the EU...

The Telegraph


24.08.2023

The voters, not the courts, should stop Trump

Their failure to do so is unbearably depressing for friends of America...

The Washington Examiner

22.08.2023

The Bank of England has ruined us

The splurge of money-printing since 2009 has prevented the economy from growing...

The Telegraph

20.08.2023

Are spending cuts possible in a democracy?

Generally only after an economic calamity, like Britain's 1976 IMF bailout...

Conservative Home


18.08.2023

What’s special about being aboriginal?

Try substituting "indigenous British" for "indigenous Australian" and see how the argument for extra rights sounds...

The Washington Examiner

16.08.2023

The BMA is more interested in bashing Tories than helping doctors

A measure of private provision would benefit NHS workers more than anyone, but their unions oppose it on principle...

The Telegraph

14.08.2023

How America was lost

Toute ma vie, je me suis fait une certaine idée des États-Unis...

The Washington Examiner


10.08.2023

Starmer won’t scrap the House of Lords

He'll focus on giving the vote to 16-year-olds and EU nationals instead...

The Telegraph

10.08.2023

Let Russia fragment

Russia in its present form - an imperial Eurasian state - cannot but be a menace to the free world...

Conservative Home

08.08.2023

What Putin has done is unforgivable

Targeting Ukraine's cultural heritage serves no military purpose whatever...

The Washington Examiner


06.08.2023

Rishi gets it right

Incredibly, the Conservatives are now the only party that wants to allow British as well as imported oil and gas...

Daily Mail

04.08.2023

Never mind Americans - we are poorer than Slovenes

Britain's leaders refuse to recognise our problems - excess money-printing, the NHS, over-regulation, planning restrictions...

The Telegraph

02.08.2023

Protectionism - the destructive delusion that won’t go away

Bob Lighthizer is the latest author to recycle the terrible argument, all the while imagining it is fresh and new...

The Washington Examiner


29.07.2023

Who’d want to be an MP?

One way to make our parliamentarians behave better is to expect it of them...

Conservative Home

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