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Perving Around the World

Author: James Collins You’ve no doubt by now heard about Elliot Rodger in California.  He’s the crazy guy who shot a number of women for turning him down.  His online activities show a history of rage, misogyny, homophobia and other general sectarianism and total irrationality.   By all accounts the guy …

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Peter Reynolds finally grows his column inches

Author: James Collins If you think back a little bit you’ll remember that Peter Reynolds managed to make a splash in the press by appearing in the Jewish Chronicle.  Reporter Marcus Dysch interviewed Peter in response to his blog ranting about “evil Jews”, which he amended to “evil Israelis” at …

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Political Party or Tabloid Cheese?

Author: James Collins CLEAR is a political party, or at least they would have us believe that.  After one bumbling attempt to run in a by-election, I suppose they have done the minimum required to actually hold that title.  Let’s have a look at something in particular that belies the …

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CLEAR: Callous and Confused

Author: James Collins Perhaps dear reader, you are aware of International Women’s Day.  It is a day marked all around he world, with marches and vigils, to discuss issues that affect women.  Forefront of this is the issue of violence against women, which few people could possibly argue is not …

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The High Standard of Conduct for Peter Reynolds

Author: James Collins Once again Peter “I’ll sue everybody” Reynolds is up to his old tricks.  Actually, they’re better than his old tricks.  Normally he likes to defend the indefensible and question any rational position.  I suppose he’s been drinking extra heavy lately, because he just flew right off the …

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