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By Pete Moore On August 1st, 2020 at 6:01 pm

The state of it. What a shower.

David Vance in conversation with Anne Marie Waters!

By Patrick Van Roy On August 1st, 2020 at 1:00 pm

* More regional lockdowns from Boris. Is this the new normal? *Covid economic destruction – where will it lead *Why won’t we deport convicted predators?


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2020 at 7:21 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

I see that film director Sir Alan Parker has died. We can thank him for Bugsy Malone (such a great film), Midnight Express, Fame, Birdy, Mississippi Burning and Angela’s Ashes among others. That’s what you call range. He also directed The Commitments, another great film. It’s a rather brave choice to include a rendition of a song owned by Otis Redding, but that’s what they famously did, and it was rather good.

Have fun whatever you’re up to this weekend, except Chelsea fans. As always feel free to share your top sounds down below.

Up the Gunners –


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2020 at 7:12 pm

In recently unsealed court documents involving dead child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, a woman named Virginia Giuffre, who publicly accused Epstein of sex trafficking, said that she once saw former Democratic President Bill Clinton on Epstein’s island with “two young girls” from New York.

Not entirely a surprise, though two would be an hors d’oeuvre for him. Glancing at my crystal ball here. It suggests that the media might suddenly lose interest Epstein and Maxwell for a while.


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2020 at 7:00 pm

One word, two syllables, begins with a “w”? Imagine spending thousands of bucks on a degree, and you end up writing this for a living. You’re cancelling women. Just say women. Lefty loons – they’re called women.

Individuals with a cervix are now recommended to start cervical cancers screening at 25 and continue through age 65, with HPV testing every five years as the preferred method of testing, according to a new guideline released by the American Cancer Society


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2020 at 6:50 pm

Former England cricket captain Sir Ian Botham is to join the House of Lords, the government has confirmed … Ex-Labour MPs Frank Field, Kate Hoey and Gisela Stuart become peers too.

Rare sensible choices, though the full list includes the usual shysters. Sir Ian Botham’s qualifications are beyond measure. England’s greatest all-rounder; destroyer of Aussie batsmen and bowlers; prodigious charity fundraiser; wine lover, country sports enthusiast and total Brexiteer.

The Lords will be a better place with him around, not to mention Frank Field, Kate Hoey and Gisela Stuart, three fine Labour MPs who stayed sane amid the madness all around them. Nigel Dodds also gets a peerage, which no-one will quibble with. It’s a fine reward for a fine record of service.


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2020 at 6:37 pm

The further easing of lockdown restrictions in England – due to come in this weekend – has been postponed for at least two weeks, amid concerns over an increase in coronavirus cases […]

The rethink follows new restrictions for people in parts of northern England, after a spike in virus cases.

Let’s be honest and not weaselly left wing: the lockdowns across Leicester, Oldham, Blackburn and now further areas in the north of England are because of muslims. One Tory MP, Craig Whittaker, MP for the Calder Valley, has found his balls and said so. “If you look at the areas where we’ve seen rises and cases, the vast majority – but not by any stretch of the imagination all areas – it is the BAME communities that are not taking this seriously enough.” He’s right, but the mosques are still open and crammed. So everyone gets to suffer because politics disavows honesty and plain English.

Cain is no longer Able

By Mahons On July 30th, 2020 at 11:34 pm

Sad news that Herman Cain passed away at 74 from Covid. The former Republican Presidential candidate and Tea Party favorite had a background in business. He was a Trump supporter and attended his Tulsa Rally where he choose not to social distance or wear a mask. He encouraged others to do likewise. As an African American of his age and prior health history he was a sitting duck given his reckless behavior. To bad for his family and hopefully people will base their own behavior not on what he ignored but on what happened to him.


By Pete Moore On July 30th, 2020 at 7:23 pm

Exeter Chiefs have decided to retain their name and logo following calls from some fans to lose their Native American branding.

England’s best rugby team came under pressure to cancel its name and branding by the usual left wing retards. Maybe Devon’s Red Indian population felt offended, or maybe not. But the Chiefs have thought about it and decided to just carry on. Good call.

Cancel cancel culture.


By Pete Moore On July 30th, 2020 at 7:01 pm

Donald Trump (sic) has suggested November’s presidential election be postponed, saying increased postal voting could lead to fraud and inaccurate results.

He floated a delay until people could “properly, securely and safely” vote.

The President tweeted again, and the media and all the talking heads have done exactly what he wants, which is amplify the idea of fraudulent votes while ignoring something else. He’s a master at getting these dummies to look under this cup and not that cup.

Look, he’s right about fraudulent Democrat votes. They hoover them up. So does Labour here. The left parties rely heavily on it, hence their vehement opposition to voter ID and clean elections. But the presidential election won’t be delayed. Everyone knows that. The date is constitutionally protected. It would require Congressional approval for a change and the chances of that are zero.