The leader of the main far-right party in France put in an appearance on Friday at the monument to the victims of the Warsaw ...
Forget whatever the Fox News hosts are hyperventilating about right now. This is the real war on Christmas. Candy maker Brach ...
Australia and East Timor, climate action, and do we really need our own military? Susan Connelly’s account of the ...
The former Education Minister in an interview on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, on Wednesday, described Joseph Osei Owusu’s conduct as an affront to the Standing Orders of Parliament.
Karen Doyle, national organiser for Movement for Justice, said the fact that people with no criminal convictions were now being deported was an “affront to the Jamaican diaspora here in the UK ...
Joe McFadden reviews Spencer, labelling it a 'spoon-fed affront to intellect', and discusses its presentation of Princess ...
That opening quarter was an affront to those who had created a bear pit before kick-off, this grand old stadium was shaking with expectation. The reality that emerged as Liverpool kept the ball ...
And making the opposing forces into cartoon animals allows the reader to think about deeply ingrained prejudice expressed in language without taking personal affront, making the rhetoric easier to ...
Midsomer Norton should get a payout from 270 homes planned on its southern boundary, councillors have claimed. Exeter-based developer Waddeton Park Ltd has applied to build the new properties near The ...
REPORTS that Zanu PF has since last weekend been railroading school heads across the country to attend the party’s indoctrination drills are not only disconcerting, but paint a bleak picture of ...
“The amendment to section 6050I is an affront to the rule of law and to the norms of democratic lawmaking. It was slipped quietly into a 2,700-page spending bill, allegedly as a tax measure to ...
The process and the result of this redistricting process are an affront to the will of the voters and the provisions in our state constitution. If the rigged maps survive judicial challenge ...