We just endorsed Donald Trump for President of the United States.
Hillary Clinton stands opposed to everything the Tea Party stands for on the policy, political, and personal fronts. Donald Trump, on the other hand, has pledged to fight to uphold our core values.
The simple fact is this: With a Republican House, a Republican Senate, and Donald Trump in the White House, Tea Party members and supporters will be far more likely to see our preferred policy choices enacted into law: We are far likelier to see the future of the Supreme Court protected, the borders secured, terrorism fought effectively, ObamaCare repealed, the national debt reduced, and the tax code reformed in such a way that the economy is energized and job growth soars.
For those reasons, we are endorsing Donald Trump for President.
The seventeenth episode of the Kydd and Renzi Saga is about to reach the bookshops and forward orders are running well. You know an author has arrived when his or her name appears on the jacket ahead of the title and in equal size font. This is another cracking yarn that will keep readers turning the pages to the end. It is as fresh as the first episode, “Kydd”. An exciting tale from the premier author of naval fiction. If you haven’t read an earlier book don’t delay, you won’t regret it. If you have read earlier episodes you don’t need me to tell you how good the story is. Most Highly Recommended.
The author is perhaps best known as a war reporter, campaigner and former Independent MP. This book is almost of another life. A life that is alien to those born after 1960, if they have even heard of it, but a life that was known to millions of Britons as they spent their compulsory period in National Service. A fascinating tale that is based on letters the author wrote home to his family during his National Service with the Suffolk Regiment in the 1950s.
The written word has robbed us of chunks of history. As long as history was an aural construct, anyone could record anything and it survived as long as it was repeated by subsequent generations. Historians always claim that only written history is legitimate and accurate, even though there is much evidence to the contrary. A written history requires literate people to record it and they are part of the privileged of their age. That privilege implied patronage and patrons always want to be well-remembered. That inevitably means that history is mostly about the famous, the rich, the powerful, the venial, the political, and the arrogant. The author has produced a very novel alternative history. It is a powerful and serious subject but it includes humour and irreverence. An engaging book that rewards the reader.
So you think you know Brutus. Read this book and find out who stood behind the mask Shakespeare crafted. In an original review of one of the Ancient World’s most enduring characters, the author considers Brutus on his own merits. The first dedicated biography in more than thirty years. Highly Recommended.
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Congratulations to UKIP’s new leader, Diane James! As I said in my speech at conference, I will be giving her my 100% support. The party now needs to rally behind her. If we do, UKIP can go on to break the political cartel.
Two new polls – one from Bloomberg, the second from CNN/ORC International – have promising news for the Trump campaign … and very troubling news for Clinton’s campaign. Donald Trump now leads Hillary Clinton in Ohio. Yes, you read that correctly – in Ohio, the state without which Trump cannot win, according to the Conventional Wisdom, because the Conventional Wisdom reminds us ad nauseam that no Republican has ever won the White House without carrying the Buckeye State. (Of course, the Conventional Wisdom has been wrong about a lot of stuff this cycle, so who knows?)
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Released 16/09/2016 7:15 am
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The Every Community Online public–private partnership between ESA and UK satellite network operator Avanti Communications under ESA’s ARTES partner programme, is set to bring affordable reliable satellite broadband services to low-income users in sub-Saharan Africa.
16 September 2016
ESA is now working with satellite operator Avanti Communications to bring a swathe of new affordable Internet services to more people across sub-Saharan Africa through the Hylas-4 telecom satellite, due for launch next year.