independence – self-determination – autonomy


  • Commentary
    George Gunn 6th Sep'12 4
  • Commentary

    Question Time

    By the pricking of my thumbs, a wicked second question this way comes. With Michael Moore now calling for the SNP to agree to a […]

    Doug the Dug 3rd Sep'12 67
  • Commentary

    Darling as Avatar

    By all accounts it has been a good couple of months for the Unionist campaign. Polls showing a decrease or at least no increase in […]

    Callum McCormick 30th Aug'12 19
  • Anti-Capitalism


    Gordon Asher and Leigh French’s ‘Crisis Capitalism and Independence Doctrines’ is a critique of the independence movement seen as one that is reformist and shallow […]

    Mike Small 28th Aug'12 7
  • Commentary
    Gordon AsherLeigh French 28th Aug'12 18
  • Commentary
    Kevin Williamson 28th Aug'12 16
  • Commentary

    Airport Stalingrad

    Strange things can occur when you enter the world of grown up work as a late starter. I used to live in a place called […]

    Fiona MacInnes 21st Aug'12 5
  • Arts & Culture


    Andy Wightman explores ideas to combat the feral elite who have wrecked havoc on our economy for their own personal aggrandisement…

    Andy Wightman 2nd Aug'12 4
  • Commentary

    A State Fit for the 21st Century

    ‘Knowledge will forever govern over ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power that knowledge gives.’ […]

    Mike Small 6th Jun'12 4
  • Commentary

    Let’s Kick Ass

    I was torn about independence for a long time, but what finally swayed me was the blank piece of paper it offers us as a […]

    Mark Millar 1st Jun'12 12
  • Commentary
    George Gunn 1st Jun'12 1
  • Commentary
    Gerry Hassan 24th May'12 6
  • Collapsononics

    Pongoo Politics

    After Professor Pongoo won more first preference votes than the Scottish Liberal Democrat candidate in Pentland Hills (Edinburgh City Council) wards we approached him to […]

    Professor Pongoo 11th May'12 7
  • Commentary

    Let Them Vote

    After her famous Hamilton by-election victory, Winnie Ewing used her maiden speech to Parliament to argue that the voting age should be lowered to 16. […]

    Dan Paris 10th May'12 3

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