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The Whole Political Spectrum is Leftist

A political spectrum is supposed to be an objective way of evaluating, comparing and measuring the ideological distances between different people’s political opinions. I won’t get into all the different kinds of political spectra that exist, since that is irrelevant to my argument: to identify on a political spectrum is to identify as a leftoid. 888 more words


Port Stanley

Yesterday I ventured to Port Stanley with my parents. Harbourfest was going on this weekend and we’ve never been. It’s been so long since I’ve been to Port Stanley. 115 more words


888,246 fallen...

There are that many poppies to represent the men and women that died during the First World War.

And that’s Britain only…

Strange the nature of war, their  causes, founded and unfounded,  and their final result: death.


Roasted Chicken Liver: Hong Kong Delicacy

Of course, most of us have tried liver at some point in our lives – whether it be the tantalizing foie gras, or the scrumptious yakitori (just naming a few examples).  1,189 more words

Hong Kong

Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae!

The Angelus of the Most Blessed Mother for the Persecuted Christians in the Middle East, for the Anglican Ordinariate, and for the Faith in Japan and Korea. 240 more words

Buying a Tigua painting, a memory from the Quilotoa Loop in vibrant colors

There is not much to do in Tigua. Many deserted the village over the last decades and the ones remaining are living of agriculture. But Tigua, pitoresque village of the Quilotoa Loop, made it to the international scene thanks to its art. 591 more words

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Partnership and client service

There is an interesting article on the Lawyer website today. It draws on interviews with a number of senior lawyers about the past and future of legal practice. 1,241 more words