Monthly Archives: April 2014

SHOCK and AWE as Westminster do Behind the Scenes deal to facilitate Scots Independence!

Did you enjoy that heading, or did it alarm you? Well it might give you a great deal of disappointment or relief, depending on where you stand with regards the referendum, but this article has only the most tenuous link … Continue reading

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To Hell and Back in a Handcart

I increasingly wonder about the standard of journalism in this country today. If you want to find out what is really going on, most times in the tabloids and the media all you will get is a whole pile of … Continue reading

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Living in the Land of Fear

I am all of a tremble, I am quivering in my boots, I am turning into a gibbering nervous wreck and overcome with FEAR! Better Together or Project FEAR as they privately named themselves have me almost hiding in a … Continue reading

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Independence is Personal

A very worrying aspect of the Independence debate is that as we get ever closer to the day of decision itself, the accusations, mud slinging and indeed vitriol on both sides will reach fever pitch, and this is very dangerous … Continue reading

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By Claim of Right

As the old saying goes, every dog has it’s day, and for the people of Scotland that comes on 18 September this year. On that day we exercise our sovereignty for the first time in many a long age, and … Continue reading

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The Religious Evangelism of the Easter Bunny

As we approach the Easter weekend and the most significant time in the Christian calendar, my thoughts have been divided between David Cameron proclaiming to all his Christian faith and the matter of Scots Independence. It is a strange old … Continue reading

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Thinking about Scotland

As the referendum debate rages on and ramps up towards its conclusion on September 18th, perhaps it would suit us all well to step back from it for a moment and look at Scotland from our own individual perspectives and … Continue reading

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