independence – self-determination – autonomy

  • Commentary

    The Democracy Of Books

    “I’m of the opinion that authors should avoid reviewing books of their peers” Philip Kerr.   There’s been a nice wee authorial square-go erupted between […]

    Kevin Williamson 2nd Jun'10 3
  • Uncategorized
    Kevin Williamson 1st Jun'10 11
  • Common Good

    News from Nowhere

     Questions of leadership are not confined to the Miliband family. At Go Lassie Go, Joan McAlpine asks how Labour will cope without the Big Lies of […]

    Mhairi McGregor 18th May'10 0
  • General Election 2010

    A Very English Coup

    It’s not for nothing that the twentieth century is known in ‘Britain’ as the ‘Conservative century’. And make no mistake, if we remain in this […]

    Donald Adamson 16th May'10 9
  • General Election 2010

    Dawn of the Replicants

    The media frenzy (including Adam Boltons hilarious loss of composure with Alasdair Campbell – go here if you’ve missed it) centered around the arcane vagueries […]

    Mike Small 12th May'10 9
  • WMD

    Song and Dance

    As Liberal apologists quickly ditched their non-existent ‘anti-Trident commitment’ in the scramble for office, this emssage from Trident Ploughshares, Scottish CND, CND UK and the […]

    Mike Small 12th May'10 0
  • General Election 2010

    Unpeople

    This is the stuff of Burroughs not Orwell. The media elite have created an ‘unpeople’ governed by an invisible party only seen in fleeting glimpses […]

    Mike Small 5th May'10 10
  • Death of Capitalism

    Poisoned Chalice, anyone?

    As a nation reels from what can only be described as ‘a kick in the polls’ by the London Meeja and their cross-party paymasters, Christopher […]

    Christopher Harvie 4th May'10 1
  • Environmental Justice
    Elaine MorrisonPeter McColl 4th May'10 0
  • General Election 2010

    TV Coup

    At (almost) the end of an election campaign dominated by media interests and distortion, we asked Doug to examine the legal case against the SNP. […]

    Doug the Dug 3rd May'10 3
  • Uncategorized

    #scotlandspeaks again

    What’s being billed as ‘the last debate’ takes place tonight. No, I know there are other debates in ‘the regions’ but they were put there […]

    Mike Small 29th Apr'10 2
  • Direct Action

    Prepare for Civil Disobedience

    Anger is the most common response to the court case ruling, but not surprise. Ian Hamilton writes: “Think on this. Every political institution in Scotland […]

    Mike Small 29th Apr'10 4
  • Anarchism

    Common Good

    In a sea of cynicism, when it seems as if the courts, the media class and the political elite are against us, here’s a blast […]

    Bob Hamilton 28th Apr'10 1
  • General Election 2010

    #scotlandspeaks

    Our report just back on the #scotlandspeaks campaign over the last few days says that we reached 48, 797 people via 1,471 tweets, which created […]

    Mike Small 26th Apr'10 3

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