I want the truth, not just the truth I want to hear
If God does not exist, where can we find an objective source of morality? There is a moral code within us all, that expresses itself through grievance, when we are wronged. This is our source of objective morality.
Our rights to property, life, liberty, and privacy are all protected by law. Our right to free speech is not. Why is that the case, and what can be done about it?
In the rare, blistering spring sunshine, hundreds of people gathered in Herbert Park, Dublin to protest the lockdowns by living their lives. It was not so much a protest as a mini St. Patrick’s Day festival. There was no alcohol, no raucousness, no violence, no “right-wing extremism”, just friends and family celebrating the beauty of … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day: The Irish Protest Lockdowns by Living Life
Freedom of assembly is a fundamental human right which should not be infringed under any circumstance. The idea that a government could implement laws that restrict a variety of civil liberties and include a provision prohibiting the public from protesting those same laws is so farcically authoritarian I never thought I would see it occur … Continue reading Sarah Everard: Public Awakes to the Need for Freedom of Assembly
At a time of heated tensions in Northern Ireland over the Northern Ireland (NI) Protocol, the U.S.-based Sinn Féin lobby group, Friends of Sinn Féin has decided to stoke those tensions by running an ad campaign to stir up support in the U.S. for a border poll on Irish reunification. As reported previously, Northern Ireland … Continue reading Friends of Sinn Féin Stoke NI Tensions with Border Poll Ad Campaign
With the threat of rioting, looting, and burning hanging over them, can the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial come to an accurate verdict in the death of George Floyd?
In a shocking escalation of tensions between the UK and the EU over the Northern Ireland Protocol, Loyalist Paramilitaries have informed Boris Johnson that they have withdrawn support for the Good Friday Peace Agreement.
Just a few months ago, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was the poster boy of the Democrat Covid response. He was portrayed as the antithesis of Donald Trump; honest, frank, and always following the science. He was lauded for his Covid-19 press briefings that purportedly assured the people of New York and set an example … Continue reading The End of Andrew Cuomo
Having raised $90m in 2020 and ending the year with a fiscal balance of $60m, Black Lives Matter spent the majority of their funding supporting transgender advocacy groups. $21.7m was donated to thirty charities supporting black communities, twenty-three of which were black transgender advocacy groups, supporting black trans people with food, housing, and anti-discrimination work … Continue reading Majority of BLM Funding went to Transgender Charities, Only 30% to Criminal Justice Reform
In a sharp escalation of tensions over the Northern Ireland Protocol, Loyalists have thrown bombs at the constituency offices of the SDLP and Sinn Féin on the Falls Road in Catholic-majority West Belfast. The offices of Paul Maskey, a Sinn Féin MP, and Nichola Mallon, Deputy Leader of the SDLP, were targeted in bomb attacks … Continue reading Loyalists Bomb Sinn Féin and SDLP Offices in Catholic West Belfast
The Equality Act that was recently endorsed by President Joe Biden offers sweeping protections for pregnant women, trans people, and other LGBTQ people against discrimination in terms of employment, housing, education, access to public spaces and businesses, as well as access to public services. This bill is controversial in that it conflates gender identity with … Continue reading Would the Equality Act make the Restriction of Abortion Access Illegal?
Uber UK has lost its Supreme Court appeal of a 2018 employment tribunal ruling that it must treat its drivers as employees rather than self-employed contractors. Uber drivers will now be eligible for statutory benefits such as holiday pay and a minimum wage. Uber may also be liable to pay compensation for depriving its drivers … Continue reading Will this Supreme Court Ruling Mean the End of Uber in the UK?
Parler is back online, having had its web hosting withdrawn by Amazon Web Services after Parler was falsely accused of being used to organize the Capitol Riot on January 6th. It has since been revealed that Facebook was the primary site where organizing took place, and that calls for violence on the day had also … Continue reading Parler is Back Online, is it Still a Free Speech Platform?
During Tuesday’s CNN town hall, Joe Biden shockingly defended President Xi Jinping’s policy of persecuting Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province. Uighurs have been forced into concentration camps, dubbed “Vocational Education and Training Centers” by the Chinese Communist Party. The purported purpose of these camps is to re-educate and deradicalize Chinese Muslims. However, multiple reports from … Continue reading Joe Biden Defends China’s Uighur Genocide and Police State in Hong Kong
As reported previously, the proper place to bring charges against Donald Trump for incitement is a court of law, not the Senate. Senate Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell agrees that this is the case. After Trump was acquitted of impeachment, McConnell said: “He didn’t get away with anything yet. Yet“. The first such legal case … Continue reading Congressman Sues Trump Under Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871
Spain’s far-left Podemos party has introduced a bill that would allow people to legally change their gender without providing a diagnosis of gender dysphoria from a psychiatrist. Equality Minister Irene Montero is sponsoring a bill that would eliminate the current requirements of reports from three doctors and a court’s approval to legally change one’s gender … Continue reading Spanish Socialists Push Gender Self-Determination Law
In response to directives from the Indian Government, Twitter has over the last few days banned or deleted hundreds of accounts and posts from its service which the government deemed to be spreading “misinformation”. These posts refer to the mass farmers’ protests across India against recent agricultural reform acts which farmers believe will hurt their … Continue reading Indian Government Pushes Big Tech to Engage in State Censorship
During the Brexit negotiations, the question of a hard border between Northern Ireland (NI) and the Republic of Ireland was answered time and time again with the word “peace”. The message from the Irish government and from Northern Irish Nationalist leaders was simple and consistent; establishing border infrastructure on the island would imperil the Good … Continue reading A United Ireland Would Mean “Civil War”
The WHO investigative team sent to Wuhan to identify the source of Covid-19 have suggested that future studies should focus on the transmission of Covid to Wuhan via frozen food products, mirroring a suggestion from the Chinese Communist Party that the virus did not originate in China but was imported in frozen food. Despite there … Continue reading WHO Team Following Chinese Propaganda Line
Much has been made of the potential impact of Covid lockdowns and restrictions on the rate of suicides. Social isolation, unemployment, increasing rates of domestic violence, remote learning, and general anxiety about the crisis have all led to worsening mental health for millions of people. It has been a common refrain of those who are … Continue reading Suicide Now: The Untold Cost of Covid
Most people have accepted the Covid restrictions as necessary and proportionate to the crisis we face. However, in a republic with a constitution which expressly limits the power of the government to infringe on individual rights, the exercise of extraordinary powers is illegal even if the public gives its consent. This is particularly true when … Continue reading Are Covid Restrictions Unconstitutional?
A recent Panorama documentary entitled “I Can’t Breathe—Black and Dead in Custody” repeated the oft-quoted statistic that black people are twice as likely as white people to die in police custody in the UK. This is a misleading statistic based on deceptively selected data. Selection bias and confirmation bias go hand in hand, and those … Continue reading Are Black People More Likely to Die in Police Custody?
In 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, with 52% voting leave and 48% voting remain. Whether they manage to strike a trade deal with the EU or not, it will have a devastating effect on their economy. Even arch-Brexiteer, Jacob Rees-Mogg has admitted it could take fifty years before the UK … Continue reading Brexit a Warning to Those Who Would Abolish the Electoral College
An old city grows like a cancer, senselessly spreading its matrix of roads, its tumors springing up towards the sky, feeder-tumors popping up on its outskirts. Can that cancer spread to its living cells, its citizens?
Domestic violence heard through a wall is easily ignored. But what if you could hear it, word for word, feel it, punch for punch?
Detective Cassidy found Alan Walters dead, with a hole in his head. Two weeks later, he meets the mirror image of Alan, alive and well. His name? Alan Walters…
God has had enough of Jakin’s games. He wants His vengeance. God plans to put a stop to his games once and for all, but will God act in time to save Jakin’s latest victim?
Fiona has scratched a scarlet letter A into her own skin, now it’s eating her from the inside out. What does the A stand for? Can she keep it a secret from her mother? Or will it tear them both apart?
Artur is sure he can see clearer than anyone else, but he hasn’t the words to express his wisdom in a way that others can accept. Clarity is galling when everyone lives in a cloud. A light in total darkness is a shadow. The Noumenonicon contains the words he cannot express, but is Artur too blind to read it?
Jakin has lost his taste for food, drink, and sex. The only thrill left to him is murder. But when murder becomes too easy in a world ruled by Satan, how is he to sustain the thrill of the kill? By playing God? Or Playing With God?
Jamin’s rapid rise and fall was too much for his wife, Cynthia, to take. She couldn’t help but blame him, and he couldn’t help but lash out to silence her. Jamin is haunted by his guilt and something far more insidious. Jamin thought death was the end, but the end has no end…
When you turn out the light,
And there’s nothing in sight,
An immersive, narrative horror poem.
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