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Roger Scruton Interviewed by James Delingpole

“The Left had the joy of cutting off other peoples heads”.


Justice and Patriotism in The Four Loves

One of the fundamental truths about the human condition is that justice is blind, but we are not. That is, murder, adultery, envy, and theft are wrong, regardless of who is committing them. 3,458 more words


A tale of two countries

Published in The National Business Review (Auckland), 16 June 2017

Sometimes the biggest obstacle to reform is neither a lack of money nor a lack of problem awareness. 760 more words

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Martin the Cobbler

Martin the Cobbler

Written in 1885 by Leo Tolstoy. Tolstoy entitled this story: Where Love is There God is also!

In a certain town there lived a very honest cobbler called Martin. 736 more words

Life Lessons

Can we have less interesting times now?

I have heard that famous curse being quoted with increasing frequency over the last few months… ‘may you live in interesting times’! ¬†And still the uncertainties increase. 609 more words