It is interesting that even in politically correct university circles doubts are surfacing about the nature of South African democracy. In the Business Day of 3 June 2016, Professor Anthony Butler of the University of Cape Town published a column … Read the rest
Representatives of about a dozen “far-right” groups from across Europe gathered in Russia Sunday for a pro-Kremlin conference as concern grows over Moscow’s alleged attempts to court “extremists” on the continent.
About 150 members of Russian nationalist and right-wing European … Read the rest
In this series of opinion pieces I will attempt, and more often than not, succeed, in highlighting liberal failures. In the process I hope to shine a very bright light on the inherent hypocrisy associated with … Read the rest
by Albert Brenner
Everybody knows it is not very intelligent to want your cake and eat it. Yet, this is exactly what many liberals do when it concerns discourses surrounding the validity and applicability of IQ tests/scores. That the aforementioned … Read the rest
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Apparently Barack Obama has signed an executive order authorising $10 million to be spent on stopping the poaching of wildlife in Africa, including rhinoceri that are being … Read the rest