Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spielberg’s Hergé hommage

Spielberg’s Hergé hommage Stephen Spielberg’s recently released Tintin film has received generally favourable, if hardly effusive, reactions from critics. As a lifelong Hergé-ophile who does not generally enjoy Spielberg’s output, I expected to find it woefully inferior to the originals. … Continue reading

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The housing crisis – accommodating guilt

The housing crisis – accommodating guilt As Western countries struggle with the consequences of decades of political and economic irresponsibility, guilt has become a major emotive force in endeavouring to persuade citizens of those countries that what they need is … Continue reading

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The Lost Samurai

The Lost Samurai The London School of Economics has published the findings of its internal review into Satoshi Kanazawa’s provocative Psychology Today blog posting “Why are black women less physically attractive than other women?” Accompanying the account of this review, … Continue reading

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“Thinking nice”

“Thinking nice” This little news item from the BBC may help to explain not just why people often ignore warnings about their health or the likelihood of their getting divorced, but also the persistence of other kinds of improvidence – … Continue reading

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William (Brown) the conqueror

William (Brown) the conqueror My latest article, this one on Richmal Crompton’s legendary Just William stories http://www.alternativeright.com/main/the-magazine/william-brown-the-conqueror/ Derek Turner, 7 October 2011 Free Google Ad cialis drugs no rx

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