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Pots and Kettles (Pt.94)

December 16, 2008 at 2:13 pm

One begins to worry sometimes whether sanity and grass-roots realism will surface in time to peg back the ever-encroaching grip of the EUSSR. Christopher Booker records here the disgraceful behaviour of certain Members of the European Parliament during their visit to Prague Castle recently and their outright rudeness and arrogance […]

Brown: “Not Fit To Lick Churchill’s Boots”

December 14, 2008 at 9:39 am

The contemptible One-Eyed Son of the Manse, Bottler Broon, the Snot-Gobbler, the Prime Mentalist…take your pick from any of the standard alternative names on the political side of the web…has just been attacked by Winston Churchill’s grandson in no uncertain terms. Except in his own mind, nothing can compare Brown […]

Totty Watch – Miss World

December 14, 2008 at 8:01 am

Despite not existing as a corporeal being, TheEye is delighted to note the election of Kseniya Sukhinova (20) as the new Miss World. Kseniya (if we may be so familiar) from north-west Russia (TheEye has her telephone number but isn’t telling*), beat Miss India and Miss Trinidad and Tobago into […]

“Some Corner Of A Foreign Field….”

December 14, 2008 at 7:28 am

Those who serve in the Armed Forces are people prepared to fight and to die for what they believe in. Fight for values, fight for freedom, fight for the soldier standing next to them, or sometimes, fight purely because they are ordered to do so. But fight bravely they always […]

Postman Pat And His Black And White Privatisation

December 14, 2008 at 6:13 am

This site is unashamedly right-of-centre. If in power it would enact policies which would make David Cameron cringe. Tax-cuts and freedom. Liberty and justice. Social responsibility. The Union. However politics has been turned on its head over the last few years – for example by a recent Home Secretary often […]

Random Miscellany Featuring Beavers And Other Suspects

December 14, 2008 at 5:41 am

In the never-ending hunt for miscellany, TheEye casts its glower in the direction of the newly-valuable Austrian Times. From here TheEye, who was brought up in the countryside and so is not daft about the fact that wild animals might actually do things without permission, found a most amusing story. […]

Physician Heal Thyself

December 12, 2008 at 7:18 am

There are very few occasions when a screen-grab simply speaks for itself, and when they do come along they are simply priceless. This is one such occasion. From the The Daily Telegraph website on 10th Dec we are told about a UK judge who savaged lawyers for excessive fees after […]

A Tangled Web – A Recommendation

December 12, 2008 at 5:30 am

TheEye, under another name, often makes a nuisance of itself over on Biased-BBC….a cause very close to one’s retina (in all sorts of ways). However, as the gaze has been cast wider, one has just observed that B-BBC Editor David Vance also hosts a site called A Tangled Web. It […]

There! May! Be! Trouble! Ahead!

December 10, 2008 at 5:06 am

Today, a few friends of TheEye who work for Yahoo! are very nervous – poised to find out if their mortage repayments are going to go south more rapidly than a Michael Jackson facelift. All Things Digital is claiming that 1,500 (or approximately 10% of the workforce) will be told […]

A Day To Remember The Fallen

December 7, 2008 at 3:39 pm

The Eye is frequently reminded of the frailty of human life and the inhumanity we too often see. Hence the Eye keeps track of things which must never be forgotten. Today is the 67th anniversary of the infamy of the Pearl Harbor attack.Nine ships of the U.S. fleet were sunk […]