Monthly Archives: July 2011

Coventry – saga of an English city

Coventry – saga of an English city My latest topographical article, on the city of Coventry http://www.alternativeright.com/main/the-magazine/coventry%E2%80%94pictures-from-the-past-and-present/ Derek Turner, 29 July 2011 Free Google Ad cialis drugs no rx

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Norway – the uselessness of words

Norway – the terrible limitations of words What can be said about these terrible attacks that has not already been said and will not be said again a hundred thousand times for years and years to come? Evil – vile – … Continue reading

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More PC persecution

More PC persecution Buried deep in the First Report of the Independent Review of Teachers’ Standards, presented to The Secretary of State for Education on 14th July, are some seemingly innocuous recommendations under the heading of “Personal and Professional Conduct”. … Continue reading

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Ancient light in the city that never sleeps

Ancient light in the city that never sleeps Even in New York, solar alignments make the millennia fall away http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-14150550 Derek Turner, 13 July 2011 Free Google Ad cialis drugs no rx

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Eddukation cutz

Eddukation cutz The teaching unions like to pontificate about budget cuts, racism, sexism and Fair Trade but are often oddly quiescent on less glamorous things that might actually help their members and schoolchidren, like class discipline or  stories like this … Continue reading

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Boors and bears

Boors and bears This kind of boorish and stupid stunt gives “rightwingers” a bad name. It is understandable that one would want to annoy Greens, but this goes much too far. Too many self-described conservatives appear actually to dislike or fear … Continue reading

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Hakluyt – English epic

Hakluyt – English epic My latest article now on line at Manner of Man Magazine. It’s about the fantastic and now too little read Elizabethan classic Hakluyt’s Voyages. This article also appeared in the Spring 2011 issue of the QR … Continue reading

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