Greenland's ice is melting faster than ever, according to researchers, but that's no cause for alarm.
|Wednesday 5 December 2007|
The connection between gun ownership and homicide is a myth - but gun control is a serious restriction on our freedom.
|Wednesday 21 November 2007|
The opprobrium attached to Britain's favourite lager is just another excuse to have a go at working-class men.
|Tuesday 13 November 2007|
|Thursday 1 November 2007|
|Tuesday 23 October 2007|
Why everyone is getting out of their box over the fact that some supermarket packaging can't be recycled?
|Thursday 18 October 2007|
We should ignore the warnings of the environmentalists and keep playing those itunes.
|Tuesday 2 October 2007|
The daytime TV host is a smug, self-serving idiot - but the real problem is the widespread contempt for his audience.
|Tuesday 25 September 2007|
It's not the sad demise of Debbie the Cow that should concern us but the death of any sense of perspective when it comes to animal disease.
|Tuesday 18 September 2007|
A small number of children can be affected by some food additives, but the reaction in the media has been out of all proportion to the real dangers.
|Wednesday 12 September 2007|
ITV's decision to kick the has-been comedian out of a reality TV show says a lot about the network's low view of its audience.
|Thursday 6 September 2007|
It's not the government's job to tell parents how to feed their children.
|Wednesday 29 August 2007|
The problem of waste in Britain is overstated - we should be more concerned with a modern outlook that treats humanity itself as disposable.
|Tuesday 21 August 2007|
The UK government's new restrictions on adverts for online casinos are an insult to the public.
|Wednesday 15 August 2007|
The cyber-scaremongers spreading silly stories about Nazis, criminals and weird loners lurking on Facebook should shut their faces.
|Monday 30 July 2007|
The fuss over a few gas heaters for the garden demonstrates that environmentalism is all about training us to live morally acceptable lives.
|Wednesday 25 July 2007|
...faked TV shows?
While faked cookery shows and phone-ins cause controversy, the degradation of truth and objectivity on the news channels attracts little comment.
|Tuesday 17 July 2007|
Proposals to slap a tax on carrier bags will have little effect on the environment - they're all about politicians being seen to be green.
|Tuesday 10 July 2007|
Nathalie Rothschild says the promiscuous use of the term 'trafficking' to describe migration across borders is leading to new and stringent restrictions on free movement around the world.
|Wednesday 4 July 2007|
A handful of foreign doctors may have been involved with the terrorist incidents last week but that is no justification for imposing greater restrictions upon them.