Month: December 2017

In defence of profits

Profits have a bad name these days. The resurgent far left has historically had an inherent and profound distrust of the profit motive, owing back to Marx’s [...]

When SJWs eat their own

As the year draws to a close, one thing we will remember 2017 for is that this was the year when the social justice movement really started eating their own. [...]

Patronising the minorities

The quest for “social justice” is not a new phenomenon. The history of political movements seeking to even out perceived inequities in the distribution of [...]

Labour’s dishonest something for nothing pitch

Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell have radical plans for Britain’s future. They often talk about transforming the country, and McDonnell is unapologetic in [...]