Category Archives: The Political Weblog Movement
Iain Dale has ignored my specific request not to be involved in his inherently biased weblog poll, and has just deleted this comment of mine from under this post on his ‘weblog’: I don’t believe you, Dale. I blogged about … Continue reading
Closing this thread was not, in my view, an evil conspiratorial act of net censorship. I wish to make that ab-so-lute-ly clear. Cheers all.
I just popped into Google on my way to scan Paul Staines’ Wikipedia entry (it’s often educational* to watch who is changing, vandalising or fixing it, just in case you’re wondering) but made a bit of a typo. This was … Continue reading
If you’ve arrived at this page via Google, you are most probably searching for an image that does not exist. If so, then you are wasting time chasing a vicious rumour that has been peddled and published endlessly by a … Continue reading
Recently, Iain Dale has begun to claim that he refuses to answer questions from me because I blog about him so much, when the truth is that a great deal of the bloggage about Iain on this site results from … Continue reading
A new post from Justin. I invite you to admire it. My brand new Prize Shelf. Ditto.
– 1. I stumbled through a few graveyards during my holiday break (a very long story) and happened across this final resting place. If you’re wondering what the solar panel is for, it’s powering the fairy lights. Seriously. – 2. … Continue reading
Those of you who contribute regularly under comments will be aware of Scotch. Scotch lives in my constituency. We first encountered each other when Scotch was looking for more information on Anne Milton. We became friends, and one of the … Continue reading
1. Supporting Dave Walker: Unity – J Mark Brewer revisited (updated): It seems that while Brewer’s up for bullying Christian cartoonists and members of the clergy, when it comes to taking on a big bad atheist blogger with a penchant … Continue reading
Independent – Pandora: Tory press office in a spin over poll fix: To coincide with Cameron’s holiday in Padstow, the Western Morning News ran an online poll this week to find out whether locals thought Cameron would make a good … Continue reading