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Police Fail – Jimmy Savile Cover Up on 50 Years Of Abuse In New Report

For those of you who don’t know who Jimmy Savile was, he was a DJ, TV presenter of Top of the Pops for 20 years, and Jim’ll Fix It  as well as known for his charity work and hospital support. He was a highly intelligent member of mensa, was commended by Prince Charles, and he […]

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Good riddance Pope Benedict XVI, you failure

The gist of the response from atheists and the hardly-religious masses across Twitter, Facebook and media website comment streams to the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI in two week’s time has been overwhelmingly negative. Actually, the cry of criticism extends from those of other Christian religions and even from Catholics themselves. The response has been littered with more than a […]

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Why the Government Lies About Gun Control

The reinvigorated gun control debate has been going on for almost two months now. The Sandy Hook massacre has been exploited ruthlessly by the media and politicians to push their personal agendas for disarming the public.  While a poll recently reported on in Reason Magazine found that 52% agree that politicians are exploiting the massacre […]

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Deep Inside The Sluts

slut noun \ˈslət\ Definition of SLUT 1 chiefly British: a slovenly woman 2 a: a promiscuous woman; especially: prostitute b: a saucy girl : minx ————————————————————————————————————————————- Before we get started, here’s a trailer for a lighthearted cautionary tale about the difference between having a reputation, and living it: The sheen of “slutwalking” and going topless in public is beginning to fade. A cursory glance at gotopless.org […]

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Arabian Uprising – We’re Not There Yet

Arab revolutions, or at least calls for them, have been rife in the media over the last number of years, but mostly from a political and quite de-sensitised viewpoint. I get that these are the stories that make headlines, controversial, crowd drawing and often blood curdling. However, today I read an article that for once […]

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