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Expanding the Liberty Canon: Seneca on Mercy and on Anger

Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger (4-65 CE) was born in the Roman Spanish city of Cordoba. Southern Spain was one of the most Romanised parts of the Roman Empire outside Italy , so it is not surprising that Seneca made his way to Rome where he became a writer and it seems a money lender. 1,065 more words


Inaugural Annual Charles Bradlaugh Talk

Wednesday 24 September 2014 saw the first Bradlaugh Talk in partnership with the Atheist, Humanist and Secular Society at the University of Northampton.

Despite a slight delay the speaker, Graham Smith, CEO of Republic, was well received and thought to be an excellent orator on the matter of democracy and republicanism. 116 more words

Annual Talk

Robert Burns: Sic a Parcel of Rogues

What a sad No vote in yesterday’s referendum. Scotland’s poet Robert Burns, wrote Sic a Parcel of Rogues, a song about the horror of the Act of Union  between England and Scotland in 1707 . 186 more words


SCOTLAND INDEPENDANCE AND 'DE-CENTRALISATION' IN ENGLAND (plus the beginning of the end for The Crown AND The City of London )

‘A bit far fetched on this one Danny Boy!’
‘Fuck off!… I HAVE PLANS TO MAKE HISTORY! TO BUILD HISTORY… British men are going to have to ‘man up’ and The Rothschild’s are going to have to go, before any of it becomes a reality! 2,409 more words


Martin McGuinness: Bring Welfare Legislation to the Assembly

Martin McGuinness, delivering a keynote address at the Sinn Féin National Strategy session in Termonfeckin this morning, said;

It is great to have these two days with colleagues to discuss common approaches to shared problems. 2,350 more words


Gerry Adams: There is a Fairer Way

Addressing a Sinn Féin Think-In in County Louth today in advance of the resumption of the new Dáil term, Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD said: 1,159 more words