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offsite link Halifax Customers Close Accounts in Response to Gender Pronouns Fiasco Fri Jul 01, 2022 17:15 | Toby Young
Customers are leaving the Halifax en masse after an employee told customers who don't like the bank's gender pronoun policy to close their accounts. It's yet another case of 'Get Woke, Go Broke'.
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offsite link Why is the Scottish Government Trying to Silence Me? Fri Jul 01, 2022 15:40 | Lois McLatchie
Pro-life campaigner Lois McLatchie wasn't expecting SNP MP Alison Thewliss to react the way she did after she appeared on BBC Scotland: she labelled her an 'extremist' and called for her to be banned from the airwaves.
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offsite link How Governments Bullied Us During the Pandemic Fri Jul 01, 2022 13:39 | Susan Broomhall
Deprivation of rights for months on end, constantly-shifting petty rules backed up with threats, victimisation of particular groups ? there's a word for how Governments have treated us the past two years: bullying.
The post How Governments Bullied Us During the Pandemic appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

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Amazon has been energetically celebrating Pride Month around the world ? except in the UAE where it has restricted search results about LGBTQ+ products at the request of the authorities.
The post Right-On, Ultra-Woke Amazon Suppresses Information About LGBTQ+ Products in the UAE During Pride Month appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.

offsite link Confessions of a Conservative Rebel Fri Jul 01, 2022 07:00 | Nick Dixon
Meet Nick Dixon, host of the soon-to-launch Weekly Sceptic ? our new podcast ? and, as he explains in this piece, a conservative rebel who goes to church, is fond of classical liberalism and thinks Trump is 'quite funny'.
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Tara Compilation Album

category international | history and heritage | press release author Saturday September 29, 2007 17:51author by Tivo - The Hill of Taraauthor email evolutionthroughmusic at yahoo dot co dot uk Report this post to the editors

Call in All Warriors

The Tara compilation album is now available online.

"Call in All Warriors", The Compilation album for the benefit of the Campaign to stop the desecration of the Tara Skryne Valley by the National Roads Authority, has been released and is now available online. All artists/engineers/studios/graphic designers have generously contributed free of charge. Artists include Kila, Liam O'Maonlai, Kan'nal, Mazyln Jones and many more (Its a double Album!). All funds will be put directly back into the direct action campaign, where funds are very low at the moment, so please consider aiding and helping the cause.

The album costs €15.00 plus postage and packaging and is available from http://myspace.com/taracompilationcd.

Slán go foill

Evolution Music

Related Link: http://myspace.com/taracompilationcd
author by Frankpublication date Sun Sep 30, 2007 16:00author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Can you order/get the Cd anywhere other than myspace cant seem to find how to order it on myspace

author by Tivo - The hill of Tarapublication date Sun Sep 30, 2007 19:15author email evolutionthroughmusic at yahoo dot comauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

Hi Frank

There was an issue with the Paypal buy now button but it should be resolved now. Its just below the 'About Me' section to the right of the page. This brings you on to the paypal payment page where you can purchase by credit card or through paypal directly...

Thanks for the support.!,

Let us know if your still having trouble..

evolutionthroughmusic@yahoo.com

Related Link: http://myspace.com/taracompilationcd
author by Frankpublication date Sun Sep 30, 2007 21:48author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Thanks Tivo just ordered 2 copies keep up the good work

 
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