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I was just standing there, and this woman came up and propositioned me; honest!

By Mike Cunningham On August 20th, 2015 at 12:14 pm

 Michelle Thomson, a newly-elected SNP MP, also found her details had been published, but said a hacker had used an old email address of hers to access the site, and she had never visited the website herself.

• Ashley Madison addresses released by hackers
Among them are 124 civil servants, 92 Ministry of Defence staff, around 50 police officers, 56 NHS workers, 65 local education and school staff and 1,716 people at universities and further education colleges.

In some cases staff appear to have used work email accounts to access the site, but many other users claim their identities have been stolen and that they have never used Ashley Madison, raising the question of how their details were so easily obtained by others.

Seems as though there has been a great many easily-obtained passwords; or perhaps the alternative, which is that they have been caught, not exactly compromised, but certainly with a great deal of explaining forthcoming to family, alleged loved-ones,………?

Not exactly cheering on a bunch of hackers, but they certainly knew how to get maximum publicity for their cause!



By David Vance On August 20th, 2015 at 11:25 am

Gay activists never cease in their legal quest to transmogrify the religious institution of marriage. Get this;

A gay couple are to challenge the ban in the High Court as they argue that it discriminates against their Christian beliefs.

The men were married in London last September but when they returned to Northern Ireland, where they live and work, their marriage was only recognised as a civil partnership.

The couple, who cannot be named, are now trying to get their marriage recognised in their home region as they say that the current legislation infringes on their religious rights. Despite being together for some time, they chose not to have a civil partnership ceremony because it has no religious significance, and went to London for their wedding in September after same-sex marriage was introduced in England.

Here’s the problem. Gay marriage is antithetical to Christian values. The Bible plainly makes it clear that marriage is the union of ONE man and ONE woman for the purpose of having a family. I wonder where these guys get the idea that they are denied their “religious” beliefs when in fact that which they wish is the opposite of their religion?



By David Vance On August 20th, 2015 at 11:19 am

I see that Denmark is taking a strong stand on immigration. It is criminalising those who oppose it.

Tuesday was a bumper day for the enforcers of multiculturalism in Denmark, as a People’s Party politician was handed a hefty fine for being disobliging about Muslim immigration, and another man was arrested for comments made about a mosque fire in Copenhagen.


Veteran politician Mogens Camre, former member of the Danish parliament and European Parliament for the Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkpartei, DF) was convicted of racism offences handed a £750 fine on Tuesday.

The conviction came after he made a tweet in 2014 lamenting the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe caused by the immigration of religiously intolerant Muslims.

Writing in July of that year, he wrote “Regarding the Jews’ situation in Europe: The Muslims are continuing where Hitler left off. Only the same treatment Hitler received will change the situation… forces in the Islamic world who threaten non-Muslims should be fought like Saddam Hussein, Bin Laden and Gadaffi were”.

Well, I really don’t believe it is possible to be racist about Islam since it is religion, not a race. I don’t think his comments re Hitler were that helpful but have the Danish police NOTHING better than this?



By David Vance On August 20th, 2015 at 11:09 am

It’s not that long ago since the SNP were trying to claim that Scotland would be revelling in oil revenues based on a yummy $110 a barrel pricing. This would ensure their independence would be ..coughs …”fully funded”. So… this…..



Oil drops to $40!! Hahaha.


By David Vance On August 20th, 2015 at 11:05 am

I always find Mark Steyn such a sensible voice and he continues to talk plain common sense. Here is on the topic of WHY Trump is doing so well. Some great one-liners.


By Patty On August 19th, 2015 at 7:27 pm

Nay. Butchery, by any other name.

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From Breitbart:

‘“In the latest video produced by the Center for Medical Progress, Holly O’Donnell describes a medical technician using scissors to cut through the face of a newly aborted but nearly fully developed baby boy at a Planned Parenthood facility so that his intact brain could be extracted.
O’Donnell says that the technician could also make the boy’s heart beat.”

In case you hoped this issue was just going to go away, it’s not.


By Pete Moore On August 19th, 2015 at 5:41 pm

This is what happens when government central planners lay down targets and “plan” things, like further education:

Number of graduates entering low-skilled jobs ‘at saturation point’

Six in ten university graduates in the UK are too qualified for the jobs they are doing because of a shortage in high-skilled vacancies

Well that was a waste of three/four years and thousands of pounds for tens of thousands of graduates each year. In the meantime:

Shortage of brickies, carpenters and plasterers forcing building companies to turn down work

Two-thirds of British builders have had to turn down work because they don’t have enough skilled tradesmen, a survey has found

Now this is a government-planned disaster come to perfection. For years it’s had targets for the number of undergrads going to university. It’s incentivised the scam by forcing tax-victims to subsidise course fees and low-interest student loans, half of which are never repaid. The effect is to inflate course fees, which the universities love of course, but then they profit hugely from the scam of further education.

In the end we have a labour market which is so unbalanced that tens of thousands of graduates each year are over qualified for the jobs they end up doing, while there are so few skilled tradesmen that not even the influx of foreign labour can fill the void. (And, of course, part of the demand is fulled by ultra low interest rates.)

The only solution is for a fully free market in further education and training. It’s too important to allow government any hand.


By Pete Moore On August 19th, 2015 at 5:25 pm

Well done Slovakia, you’re not stupid or suicidal. Reports The Telegraph:

Slovakia refuses to accept Muslim migrants

Slovakia has said it will not accept any Muslims under an EU scheme to share migrants more evenly between member states.

“We want to help Europe with the migration issue. We could take 800 Muslims but we don’t have any mosques in Slovakia so how can Muslims be integrated if they are not going to like it here?” Ivan Metik, an interior ministry spokesman, said.

Mosques or no mosques, I don’t care what reason Slovakia gives. Someone there’s been keeping an eye on what happens when where Islam goes and decided they won’t have any of it.

Mountians? Skiing? A decent summer climate? No Islam? The more I think of it, the more it sounds like a decent place to live.


By David Vance On August 18th, 2015 at 7:42 pm

Seen this?

Asif Quaraishi, a practising Muslim who dresses in drag, called for extra support for “hidden” gay Asians living in Britain who are often ostracised by their communities. He said: “I would like to speak to David Cameron because there is a community living in Britain that needs a lot of help. The reality is that south Asian communities and African communities do have inherent homophobia.”

So, he wants MORE of our taxes to go to “supporting” gay Muslims? Wouldn’t it be easier to simply withdraw funding for any Muslim group that preaches hatred of gay people?


By David Vance On August 18th, 2015 at 7:38 pm

You can either have peace, or justice. But you can’t have both. It’s the essence of “peace processing”!

A new commission tasked with gathering information on Troubles murders will not name and shame those who carried out the killings.

Ah right. That’s helpful – not.

Ann Travers, whose sister was murdered by the IRA, said victims would be left feeling let down by the ICIR.

“If we are not going to be told who murdered our loved ones then what is the point in it? I want to know who it was who planned the attempted murder of my father and murder of my sister and who carried it out.

“When I first heard of plans for a ‘truth commission’ I was really hopeful that finally there was something that could help bring some closure. Many other victims will have felt the same. But this commission will not provide the answers that we really need and want. There is no other way that I will ever find out who murdered Mary.”

The problem is that the “peace process” could nor survive naming and shaming. It’s just too awkward – and who KNOWS where certain vicious killers are now located.