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The Spectator cold turkey: One month on report

This morning I read highly interesting if, how else, doom-gloomish interview in the Wall Street Journal with Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, on how free speech died on US campuses. See for yourself at … Continue reading

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Hide till you can! BBC on the war path, again

And the blood pressure is rising again! This time the news is not connected to Saint Obama’s past and upcoming miracles but something even more sinister.  The world’s high(est) priest of unbiased journalism – the BBC News that is (please, … Continue reading

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My sadomasochistic session with Charlie Rose

I did it again yesterday. The sadomasochistic part of my-self overruled my brain and I sat down at 7:00PM local time to switch to channel 609 to Bloomberg TV to watch Charlie Rose election special’s after-the-third-debate chat. It’s always been … Continue reading

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Who is the main cheerleader of the Obama socialist policies in the UK? You would never have guessed! The Spectator !

And back to the British ‘Conservative’ reality. In the country where 99.9 per cent of the Conservative party speaks about Romney/Ryan duo as ‘The Radical Right’ it shouldn’t be surprising that the ‘stellar’ Conservative magazine the Spectator’s coverage consist of … Continue reading

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Can you hear that cracking sound?! It’s US foreign policy tradition … breaking

One of the axioms foreign policy anoraks relish using states that: no matter who is at helm, the direction of the US foreign policy remains constant. However, I often find this claim cynical and even sinister. Also, I have my … Continue reading

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BBC starts ‘doing arts’ the Entwistle way

Anyone expecting the BBC to embark on some more agreeable journey with the new director-general George Entwistle at the helm, brace yourself now! The Times of London today report that Mr Entwistle attacked Sky Arts channels as ‘not giving BBC … Continue reading

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