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The Queen and the rule of Law: Magna Carta’s myth

In a recent Spectator article, Daniel Hannan explained that the Queen obeyed the rule of law.

“..I’m closely involved with the project—will be unveiling a large bronze statue of the Queen, symbolizing both 800 years of the Crown’s acceptance of the rule of law….” 1,514 more words


LA's $15/hr minimum wage . . .


BREAKING: LA Raises Minimum Wage to $15… Employers Respond Immediately With THIS

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council raised the city’s minimum wage… 288 more words


24/05/15 Up Periscope

Well really…you’ve just cheapened yourself with those tawdry thoughts…
Whoops, sorry, that was me taking any opportunity for a schoolboy gag…

Anyway, back to the actual story. 259 more words

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24/05/15 Walk a Mile the Brand...HHHEEELLPPP!!!

For those of you who’ve been following the walkamile gig for a while, you’ll know there’s an event looming, in conjunction with See Me in Edinburgh in September. 341 more words

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NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles ) – A woman in Russia accidentally shot herself in the head with a gun. A Chinese tourist toppled a centuries-old sculpture at the Louvre Museum in Paris. 220 more words


The Intersection

I have seen multiple headlines and statuses on social networks from any and all sides concerning this Josh Duggar fiasco. It is clear that no, absolutely no, middle ground can be reached because folks commenting on the issue, regardless of their stance, fail to put their thoughts in a way in which a sensible and rational conversation can occur. 2,044 more words


Memorial Day Salute

It has been 45 years since I left for the last time from Vietnam. To make a long story short and a story I seldom speak of, I spent 26 months, 6 days + a few hours doing my part for my country in the republic of south Vietnam. 1,004 more words