It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. Life, it seems, has a funny way of mimicking art – so is the case with profound pieces of work at least. Of course, drawing parallels between George Orwell’s 1984 and the current political climate is a battered cliché that theContinue reading “The Age of Big Brother”
Dear reader, Happy Easter. There is no doubt that I write to you in strange and uncertain times. To say they are frightening also is surely an understatement, but my fears, I suspect, are placed elsewhere to most. More is to follow on this shortly, but first I must offer you a lengthy disclaimer ofContinue reading “An Easter Message from a Concerned Journalist”
A mafia runs editors. Freedom of the press is dead. Journalists and ordinary people must stand up.
The following is a response to the New Yorker’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.