Monthly Archives: June 2022

Pro-Life v. Roe v. Wade

On Friday, June 24th, the US Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion. The Court overturned Roe v Wade, a 1973 landmark decision which ruled that the constitution protects a pregnant woman’s right to choose to have an … Continue reading

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The Road to Scindy VII—A Case for the Union?

The SNP has relaunched its case for an independence referendum; Westminster has repeated its assertion that Scotland is better off in the UK because of its size and ability to “punch above its weight in the world”. But have Brexit … Continue reading

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The Scottish Independence Movement Has Stalled

This article by Stuart Crawford, published here, does not mean endorsement of all content; it appears in the interests of widening debate on this important matter. Another year, another promise of an independence referendum in Scotland remains unfulfilled. Despite increasingly … Continue reading

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Not Learning from History

“”Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it.” —George Santayana Boris Johnson, having won his “decisive victory” declares this has cleared the air of doubt so he can “get on with the job of delivering for … Continue reading

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Sun, Sand and Sorted!

To all our English friends who have languished in queues and been bounced around Gatwick, East Midlands or Manchester airports by Cryin’-Air or Easy-Jilt in thwarted attempts at your first real holiday in three years, have you considered you might … Continue reading

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