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Disinfectant container found empty, Palace denies Prince washed hands seventy-five times.

By Mike Cunningham On May 20th, 2015 at 9:42 am

My Sovereign Lady Elizabeth 2nd., Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a Constitutional Monarch. She has met many, many unsavoury figures in the sixty-odd years in her post, and has welcomed them on behalf of Her Governments. Meeting and greeting these vicious murderous demagogues is part of her job description; and unfortunately for her, she cannot discriminate between a Ceaucescu in 1978, the Bahreini King, fresh from washing all the F1 demonstrators’ blood off his shoes, and a McGuiness in 2012.

However, her son and heir, Charles, does not have the same need to greet, welcome, or indeed shake hands with acknowledged scum as a demonstration of anything, whether it is ‘good-will’, forgiveness, political expediency, or indeed absentminded good manners.

The political bunch who engineered this unsavoury ‘meet-and-greet’ must be congratulating themselves on a job well done. I only wish that Charles had asserted his right to throw his tea over the man who had gloated over the murder of Earl Mountbatten, his godfather; his uncle, a naval hero, Problem is, he is probably too well-mannered to do anything which may have rocked the leaky boat christened the ‘Peace Process’.

Writing as an Englishman, and as one who firmly believes that the only place for murderers and terrorists is being the main component in a pile of cremated ashes, I know what greeting I would make to one who may not have pressed the remote which triggered the explosion, but who certainly knew and approved of that murderous act! I don’t believe in  a watered-down Justice, I believe in retribution, in revenge, and in the decimation of my country’s enemies; wherever they may be found.


a new definition for………Pondscum

By Mike Cunningham On May 18th, 2014 at 11:43 am

A Pearl man who runs a political blog is accused of sneaking into a nursing home where U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran’s wife is bedridden and photographing her, then posting the image in a video political “hit piece” on the internet.
Madison Police arrested Clayton Thomas Kelly, 28, of Pearl on Friday night on a charge of exploitation of a vulnerable adult. He’s being held on a $100,000 bond.
Kelly is accused of sneaking into St. Catherine’s Village in Madison, where Rose Cochran has resided since 2000, suffering from progressive dementia and now bedridden.
Cochran on Saturday issued a statement: “I have been fortunate to have a wonderful family, and like so many families, we are deeply affected by my wife’s serious, long-term illness, that we consider to be a very private family matter. We will continue doing everything we can to protect my wife’s safety and security.”
Donald Clark, attorney for Sen. and Rose Cochran, said the Cochrans’ “privacy and dignity have been violated.”
“We became aware of an unauthorized picture, posted on the internet, of Mrs. Cochran, taken literally in her room by her bedside at St. Catherine’s,” Clark said. “Sen. Cochran retained my law firm on this matter, and we looked at various legal options. We notified the proper authorities, which in this case is the city of Madison Police Department.”
Clark said St. Catherine’s is also conducting an internal investigation.

Speaking purely from a personal viewpoint, and if such a thing happened to mine own, I would be quite happy to apply somewhere around four pounds of pressure.



No doubt about them at all.

By Mike Cunningham On May 10th, 2014 at 12:18 am


I was going to write about four-minute milers, but instead I would ask you all to rejoice in the news that serial liar Chris Huhne has been ordered to pay £77,750 costs, and his ex-wife Vicky Price has to cough up £49,200 for hers.

Couldn’t happen to a nicer pair of liars, cheats and serial fraudsters.



a-culling we shall go…..

By Mike Cunningham On November 22nd, 2013 at 1:06 pm


A tragedy in every direction

By Patrick Van Roy On June 4th, 2013 at 8:36 pm

thThere is a little girl that lives not to far from where I grew up, she’s dying. She has cystic fibrosis. 10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan needs a Lung Transplant.

Federal Regulations state that a child under 12 can’t receive an adult transplant. Which the majority of donors are.  It is more complicated than just a political decision. The reason for the rule is viability and survival rates. There are  1,600 people on the adult waiting list. and 20 children that are also waiting.

This story tugs on my heart in several directions. Her doctors say she would live with an adult transplant, but the Federal board of Doctors say odds are she won’t.

The story is playing like a bad made for TV Movie. Everyone is weighing in pleading for an exception, an exception that isn’t coming. It was a local story and has gone National. So of course the Politicians are weighing in. All of that is to be expected, but this exchange disturbed me.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius rebuffed an appeal from Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa., on behalf of a girl who needs a lung transplant but can’t get one because of a federal regulation that prevents her from qualifying for a transplant.

“Please, suspend the rules until we look at this policy,” Rep. Lou Barletta, R-Pa., asked Sebelius during a House hearing Tuesday on behalf of Sarah Murnaghan, a 10-year-old girl who needs a lung transplant. She can’t qualify for an adult lung transplant until the age of 12, according to federal regulations, but Sebelius has the authority to waive that rule on her behalf. The pediatric lungs for which she qualifies aren’t available.

“I would suggest, sir, that, again, this is an incredibly agonizing situation where someone lives and someone dies,” Sebelius replied. “The medical evidence and the transplant doctors who are making the rule — and have had the rule in place since 2005 making a delineation between pediatric and adult lungs, because lungs are different than other organs — that it’s based on the survivability [chances].”

Barletta countered that medical professionals think Murneghan could survive an adult lung transplant. During the exchange, he also said that the girl has three to five weeks to live.

Sebelius reminded Barletta that 40 people in Pennsylvania are on the “highest acuity list” for lung transplants.

Now what Sebelius said is true, but there are some things that you just don’t say. In Public, For the Record, and on Film. If you have made the decision that you are not going to intervene, Fine. You don’t then say it publicly.

Also when your a controversial figure that half the country doesn’t trust and says your going to create DEATH PANELS, do you think it wise to have this conversation in public?

I don’t know, what say ye?


By Pete Moore On May 14th, 2013 at 7:50 pm

Liberalism again makes a case for being classified as a mental disorder.

SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) – Transgender students would have the right to use public school restrooms and participate on sports teams that correspond with their expressed genders under a bill approved Thursday in the California Assembly.

In English, that means if Californian boys want to use the girls’ changing rooms and toilets then they have the right to do so. Citizens are warned that if the randy 14 year old down the road wants to get naked next to your daughter, tough. If you disagree, you’re a bigot.

I say let bigotry reign.

Need I say that parents should do everything possible to keep their children from the nonces, weirdos and perverts who infest government schools?


By Pete Moore On May 3rd, 2013 at 10:41 am

What fun!

Labour held the South Shields parliamentary constituency in yesterday’s by-election. That’s no surprise. It’s a place where a flesh-eating disease would win if it came with a red rosette. They could hold the seat even though their vote collapsed by 42% from last time. The interesting point is that nutter/racist/fruitcake UKIP man came second with 24% of the vote, ahead of the sensible Tory.

Even better was the LibDem coming 7th, polling just 1% (that’s one per cent), being behind an Independent, and Independent Socialist and the BNP candidate. With 156 fewer votes the LibDem would have come behind the Monster Raving Loony Party – superb.

A bad night for the establishment parties, and that’s always good.


By Pete Moore On February 26th, 2013 at 4:58 pm



By Pete Moore On October 26th, 2012 at 5:14 pm

Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime minister, has been sentenced to four years in prison for tax evasion and banned from holding public office for three years.

In Italy?! No way. Tax evasion is a national sport. It would be like jailing Taoiseach for being drunk. Don’t get too excited though. The statute of limitations on this runs out next year and Berlusconi has two appeals processes to go through. There’s no way he’ll end up in chokey.

It’s interesting that he was also banned from public office when the prosecutor asked for a jail sentence. Berlusconi recently announced his intention to run again for office but that’s kaput unless and until the conviction is overturned. And that, I suspect, that’s the real point.


By Pete Moore On October 23rd, 2012 at 7:35 pm

Harriet Harman again proves that chutzpah and a selective memory are necessary for life as a Westminster parasite. She’s been touring the TV studios today, repeating her calls of a few days ago for a pubic inquiry into the Jimmy Savile allegations.

Excuse me – “cough”

She might recall the “culture of permissiveness” existing from the 1960s to the 1980s which some have cited by way explanation for how Savile could have done what he did and got clean away with. It’s a culture which the extreme Left front group, the National Council for Civil Liberties (since rebranded as Liberty) helped to promote with calls for the age of consent to be lowered to 14, incest to be decriminalised and for sexually explicit photographs or films of children to be made legal “unless there was evidence that the subject had been harmed”.

In calling for the age of consent to be lowered, the NCCL argued that “childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in, with an adult result in no identifiable damage”. Just the kind of argument that Jimmy Savile might have contented himself with, maybe.

These arguments were made by the NCCL in lobbying ministers to change the law and were signed off by its then legal officer – Harriet Harman.