Paul Craig Roberts:
Dear friends, readers often ask me what they can do as individuals. My answer is that there are three things you can do that are effective...
And what matters, what are people after?
Two words: Dignity and Justice.
Increasingly impatient in listening/watching commentators. This not only gets past that but demands a rewind. Think I need elements of disagreement to stir me. This first-class teaching is eked out by just the right interviewer. Reading . . .
But... for good reason, writes Madeline Hill. Thank phew for that eh.
Well hot-diddly-do.Who said the awakening’s in the sludge? Most countering of moves. What, Ed couldn’t get a helper to maintain his ‘personal’ social-media touch?
Let’s hope there’s other good reasons left unsaid: A principled protest? Barely . . .
Magnus beat Maxine Vachier-Lagrave to win.
Reporting, Round 7, Saturday... was a bit more like it! The London Classic came to life in round seven at Olympia, with . . .
Top three controversies among the controversial?
Climate change - all our doing/must stop whatever costs; The Holocaust - not ‘which’ one, Hitler’s intentions, no gas chambers and numbers massively exaggerated; Moon landings ‘didn’t, or did’ but not 'then'.
Other than these three is, ‘who’s stringing us . . .
No. Not our man. Could it be? Or could the moon have been/be too far/difficult/impossible a reach and back?
Oh I know (insert position)... sounds (insert staggering dismiss)...
Stanley revisited next week. Actually to make the most of this fooling film, a Stanley series.
“....it started to get to me after awhile” so says cinema’s hardly-disputed champ. That he made mock moon-films (and some used), isn't seriously debated/(for a NASA lens used on Barry Lyndon(?)); that ‘The Shining’ is . . .