Monthly Archives: October 2013

INTERLUDE – WHERE’S EUROPE HEADING?


If you’re anything like me – which you’re probably not, but hey – you wonder from time to time where all the seemingly interminable nonsense in Europe is most likely to end up.  Do you ever wonder that? I mean, barely a day goes by when we don’t hear, read or watch some report or […]

WHERE’VE YOU BEEN?


Apologies for the hiatus.  I decided at the end of 2012 that during 2013 my own, main business activities (in the housing market) were not going to keep the wolf from the door.  The housing market crash has meant that many businesses like mine have struggled since 2007/08; indeed, I’m aware of many businesses in […]

Chauncey Tinker's Blog

Reversing "Western" decline with reason.

The Participator

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

Have Your Say!

Share your experiences and thoughts about Moray Council

The Worldview

Explaining our world in simple terms

The Brexit Door

Independent thinking for an Independent Britain

EU Referendum Blog

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

The Slog.

An incorrigible Cognitive Dissident

Surplus Energy Economics

How the economy REALLY works - Tim Morgan

Guido Fawkes

Parliamentary plots and conspiracy

BarristerBlogger

Matthew Scott's Legal Comment Argument and Discussion. Comment Awards 2015 Best Independent Blog

Our Finite World

Exploring how oil limits affect the economy

Independent Sovereign Democratic Britain

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

Sandy Paterson Mountaineering

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

Do the Math

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

John Seymour School

Fruit and Vegetables, Beer, Wine and Cider, Jam, Bread, Jelly, Pigs, Chickens, Eggs, Sausages and Bacon, Pickles and Compost

The Archdruid Report

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

the.one&only-elspie

A father's thoughts for his children ... and other stuff

azizonomics

Economics, Technology, Futurism