Good Morning Britain

19 Mar 19
Storied By Josh

This is an older piece of fiction I wrote years ago after binge watching films based on Ireland’s “Troubles.” It’s not particularly good, but I’m quite fond of it.     The old wooden chairs mingled with new metal ones. The bar stools were still here, still antiques. They would probably keep them, he thought, […]

19 Mar 19

        GOLD: $1306.90  UP $4.60 (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSING) Silver:   $15.37 UP 6 CENTS (COMEX TO COMEX CLOSING) Closing access prices: Gold :  $1306.70   silver: $15.37     Comex options expiry:  Wednesday March 26 London/LBMA expires Monday March 31/2019. The crooks continue with their whacking right in front of the authorities/regulators […]

19 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

MMichel Barnier looked troubled. He had always worked on the assumption that it was the EU that had shelved the negotiations, but it is now the United Kingdom that has pissed off the lead. We did not have as much time to lose as the wounds. A freedom that even Alex Ferguson would not have […]

19 Mar 19
jan harden

So, at last the European Union is showing its true colours and beginning to put the boot in. If one needed any more evidence of the EU’s hypocrisy and hatred of the British, it was all too apparent when earlier this week the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, which calculates life expectancy on behalf of the […]

19 Mar 19
Russia News Now

© PixabayAnonymous has become a big thorn in the side of UK propaganda outfits On 6 March, Sky News published a shocking ‘exclusive’, revealing the UK National Crime Agency had launched an investigation into a “suspected cyberattack” on the Institute for Statecraft, and its Integrity Initiative subsidiary. The article’s headline was explosive – ‘Highly likely’ […]

19 Mar 19

[ad_1] A British soldier drags a Catholic protester during Bloody Sunday when British paratroopers killed13 Catholic protesters in Derry on Jan. 30, 1972. (/AFP/Getty Images) (THOPSON/AFP/Getty Images) Michael E. Miller Local enterprise reporter covering immigration, poverty, inequality and crime March 16 Before the violence that would make it infamous, Bloody Sunday had begun with beautiful […]

19 Mar 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

The politics sketch Brexit Pity poor Barnier, a man in search of the UK’s plan John Crace The EU’s chief negotiator would settle for a few hints expressed through interpretive dance Michel Barnier, ‘an adult politician delivering an adult message.’ Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters Michel Barnier looked troubled. He’d always worked on the assumption it was […]

19 Mar 19
GardenRiots

It’s 41ºF at 5:30am on Mar. 12 as I begin to write this.  We appear to have come out of the longest sustained ‘cold’ period of the winter of ’18-’19 which began on February 4 and continued through Mar. 11, a period of 36 days.  Over those days we had freezing minimum temps at PDX, […]

19 Mar 19
Roam and Away

For the first time in months we were cold…

19 Mar 19
Running Ink

It’s when the Seven Sisters first appear that the wowing starts. The whiteness of the vertical cliffs, the jaggedy ins-and-outs of the headlands, as if great bites have been taken out of them… It’s breathtaking, literally and figuratively. You puff up each of the seven peaks, thinking bad thoughts about running and scolding yourself for not finding a more relaxing way of spending a day off – until you reach the top, gasp at the view and gallop gleefully down the other side.