Girl in Iran Dances defiantly to Street Music

Why is British misogyny directed only at middle-aged women

Source: ONS at https://www.ons.gov.uk/employmentandlabourmarket/peopleinwork/earningsandworkinghours/articles/understandingthegenderpaygapintheuk/2018-01-17

Save the Oceans – Stop Recycling Plastic

Green Jihad

An explosive new report from the Global Warming Policy Foundation reveals that efforts to recycle plastic are a major cause of the marine litter problem. The report, written by public health expert Dr Mikko Paunio, sets out the case for incinerating waste rather than trying to recycle it. The below video gives an overview of Dr. Paunio’s findings.

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Greens want to torpedo Govt’s “bigger bombs” deal

It seems that the Greens want to move away from having a military defence capability.

Point of Order

The  Labour-led coalition’s  move  to place  a $2.3bn order  for new  Poseidon anti-submarine  hunters has opened  the biggest split so  far  among the parties supporting the coalition.

Green  Party  defence  spokesperson Golriz  Ghahraman says her party  opposes the purchase  because  it  is  a  continuation  of the  old  “war-style”  obsession with  weapons.

They’re incredibly expensive because they’ve got that war-making capability that we feel New Zealand really needs to lead the way in moving away from.”

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History: The Great War – BBC – E26/26 – And We Were Young 

Superb television. I just finished watching the whole 26 parts. Could be rebroadcast today such is its quality.

The Inquiring Mind

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Demsetz on racism and rent controls

Demsetz on why anti-competitive mergers are rare

Scalia in full flight including against the Whig theory of history

The Fixed-Term Parliaments Act’s Complexities Could Save Prime Minister May

James Bowden's Blog

Two of the most prominent cabinet ministers, and those most heavily implicated in Brexit negotiations, have resigned from Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet, and her ministry could fall.

However, the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act complicates matters and could even offer the beleaguered May a reprieve, or at least keep the Conservative Party in government. This act has put the British Crown’s prerogative authority over dissolving parliament into abeyance. In other words, the Queen no longer dissolves Parliament on the advice of the Prime Minister. Instead, Parliament can now only be dissolved pursuant to the statutory authority contained within the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act itself.

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Claudia Goldin explains the main driver of the gender wage gap

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