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The Ground Beneath Their Feet

We like to have a little fun on Fridays but hate to amuse ourselves at the expense of others.

Spare a Few Million Euros?

Clearly Europe has a tradition of government support of the arts which it should preserve but as budgets are in decline perhaps institutions should begin to get more creative and diversify their revenue sources, after all, should some mid level functionary in the Ministry of Arts really have so much sway over the future of those who protect Europe’s cultural heritage?

The Imagery of Discontent

The power of images to shape the way we perceive the world around us can be used for many different ends. These images can bring us together or in the examples we see hear tear us apart.

A Female Friendly Boardroom?

Will this proposed law have the intended effect or just make women tokens and second class citizens? What do you think?

Photographers Stand Up

It is great to see British citizens forcefully engaging their government about the need for a balance between liberty and security.

Standing up to the Nanny State!

The best way to ask the government for redress is to stand up and be counted.

In the Skies

An airplane is one of the safest places on Earth yet British Airways feels the need to try and protect already safe children, at the cost of personal dignity.

How French is French Enough?

Now that these tougher standards are affecting people who are not the sons of immigrants but who consider themselves traditionally French people are starting to take note.

A Tall Order

Ever wonder how the built Zeppelins? With ladders, tall ones…

Take that Nanny State!

In any free society there must be a balance between freedom and security and the powers of the state must be held in check lest they run wild.