Monthly Archives: December 2016

Tories favour diesel farms over wind farms

There are no sliver bullet solutions to the UK’s current energy problems. Wind power can certainly help, its led to big drops in the UK’s carbon footprint already, but only as part of a balanced energy diet within a grander overall … Continue reading

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The populist authoritarian tribe of the demagogue

Originally posted on daryanblog:
I came across a piece by the Guardian encouraging its readers to break out of their bubbles and go read the views of those on distinctly republican websites, such as Reason or the American Conservative. While…

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