If you missed a few visits to NOT PC this last fortnight, here’s what readers visited most often these last fourteen or so days:
- Shop owner cleared . . . but to police he’s still a criminal
My congratulations to sop owner Virender Singh not just for being cleared in a depositions hearing at the Manukau District Court, but for having the gumption to defend himself and his young nephew when the police have already made it perfectly clear they view anyone who does as a criminal. . . Read on.
- Barack O’Prompter
The Obamessiah has a new title. He's now President Teleprompter. . . Read on
- Gordon Brown: “The devalued Prime Minister of a devalued Government”
Watch Euro MP Daniel Hannan explain to Gordon Brown the way things really are. As of today, this is the most popular video in Britain . . . Read on.
- Stephen Schneider: A stranger to honesty
After hearing him speak at the so called “climate change inquiry, expect to hear the name “Professor Stephen Schneider” used frequently around the local warmist traps in days, weeks and months to come. Don’t expect the media, however, to remind you of what Mr Schneider has said before . . . Read on.
- NOT PJ: The None-Day Fortnight
Bernard Darnton finds a government scheme so good it should be made ten times bigger. . . Read on.
- There must be 50 ways to be a creationist?
Here’s 50 reasons you shouldn't believe in evolution. PZ Myers reckons “the list pretty well covers all the real reasons people are creationists” . . . Read on.
- Beer O’Clock: In praise of the eloquent insult
Not for us the simple four-word drinking epithet, not at least when a more silver-tongued sally could prove more devastatingly effective. Brush up on your withering invective here . . . Read on.
- ‘Trillion’ is the new billion
Another week, another trillion dollars. The Obamessiah has been busy – but even in his busiest moment the country’s chequebook is never far from reach. . . Read on.
- Atlas sells
Over fifty years after its publication Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged is at number one on Amazon’s best-seller lists for Fiction and Literature. And no wonder. . . Read on.