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first_imgCat-nappedMolly, Pembroke’s latest feline friend, has had to be replaced after a short term of office. The position of ‘Pembroke Cat’, considered in professional circles to be one of the toughest in Britain, has a chequered history with regards kidnapping and involuntary descent from Tom Tower. Although some wags have blamed Molly’s disappearance upon the Axis of Evil, Pembroke JCR President Sian Hickson asserts that she was “kidnapped by Oriel over the summer.” Little love was lost for Molly however, and JCR affections have immediately transfered to the new cat. “We might call him ‘Tinky’”, said Hickson.ARCHIVE: 0th Week MT2003last_img

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first_imgBy Rick JensenThe media is in a frenzy over Donald Trump’s so-called endorsement of a database for all Muslims, doubling down on “thousands” of 9/11 celebrants in Jersey City and retweeting some fake statistics.Meanwhile, both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have pushed the limits of believability. So the question is, when comparing candidates, how much bloviating or outright dishonesty can voters stand?“Reporter” Hunter Walker of Business Insider created a fiction in which Donald Trump agreed to create a database of all Muslims in America. In the video of the questions and answers, it is obvious that Mr. Trump was talking about illegal aliens and refugees, not all Muslims.The lack of fact-checking relating to subsequent stories by Yahoo News, CNN and NBC is shameful.Trump said he saw “thousands” of people celebrating the destruction of the Twin Towers on 9/11 in Jersey City.No one, not even the police, recalled such a protest.On September 18, 2001, The Washington Post did report “several” and “a number” of people celebrating the attack with tailgate-style parties on rooftops in Jersey City.They were questioned by police. There were no arrests.So, there were, perhaps dozens, not thousands. celebrating 9/11 in Jersey City.Trump either confused that Jersey story with video of international celebrations or he’s a bloviating hyperbolist.Trump also retweeted a false statistic claiming 81 percent of killings of white people are by black people. His response: “Am I gonna check every statistic?”The answer is, “Yes, if you want to be President. Otherwise, you’re as bad as Hillary and Obama with their fake ‘women earn 78 percent of what men earn’ narrative.”Speaking of Clinton, she has her own set of beliefs that bear more scrutiny.She believes government bureaucrats and specialists should be given ultimate authority over raising your children.In the 1970’s, Hillary assisted Yale psychology professor Kenneth Keniston in writing a paper titled, “All Our Children,” championing the idea that the nuclear family is not preferable to government and that raising your child is not so much a duty of the parents as it is the job of “society” to raise your child, led by “public advocates” such as judges, social workers and bureaucrats.In other words, Hillary has always believed, promoted and worked to create government policies designed to take make parents and parenting subservient to government institutions.In 1973, Hillary wrote, “Decisions about motherhood and abortion, schooling, cosmetic surgery, treatment of venereal disease, or employment, or others where the decision or lack of one will significantly affect a child’s future should not be made unilaterally by parents.”So does Hillary belief that government is the true family? Seems that way.Barack Obama created multiple fabrications about his life, including his step-grandfather dying while fighting Dutch troops. He died falling from a chair while hanging drapes. He claimed the march on Selma inspired his parents to conceive him. A remarkable feat as he was nearly three years old during the march in 1965.Most voters seemed not to care.Hillary’s stories are equally easy to refute, such as landing in Bosnia under enemy fire (news video shows her greeted with smiles and flowers) and claiming credit for the Northern Ireland peace process.She denies the millions of dollars given her foundation by foreign interests coincided with her State Department favors to those contributors.Which do you prefer: A bloviating hyperbolist or a deceitful profiteer?FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Press release: PM: We will deliver a farming policy which supports agriculture and improves the environment

first_imgDuring her visit the Prime Minister will also meet with the Wales Young Farmers Club, and stall-holders in the Food Hall, sponsored by Food is GREAT, alongside setting out measures from the 25 Year Environment Plan to protect the nation’s countryside and steps to bring forward the first Environment Bill in over 20 years. This Government is committed to supporting the half a million people who work in agriculture and growing our world leading food and drinks sector, which contributes over £100 billion to the UK economy. But we also need to protect the farmed environment for future generations. Leaving the EU presents us with a unique opportunity to transform our food, farming and environmental policies so we can have a healthy and prosperous agricultural industry that is fit for the future, and helps us to leave the environment in a better place than we found it. Scrapping the Common Agricultural Policy, and introducing a simpler system which provides funds in return for public goods, like improving water quality, reducing emissions and planting wild flower meadows to boost biodiversity, is fundamental to our new approach. I want to make the most of the freedoms provided by Brexit to design a new scheme that is less bureaucratic, and does away with the overly prescriptive information farmers currently have to provide to apply for grants. I commend our hard working farmers up and down the country, and here in Wales, who deserve better than the fundamentally flawed CAP system. That is why I want to hear from them today about what they need so we deliver a farming policy which supports the whole industry. And while our proposals are for England only, I look forward to working with the Farming unions, Welsh Government and stakeholders to best serve our farmers here as they develop a scheme specific to Wales. The UK will maintain environmental protections, safeguard animal welfare and support the production of high quality food, the Prime Minister will say tomorrow as she meets farmers and food producers at the Royal Welsh Show in Llanelwedd, Powys.Theresa May will set out the government’s plans for a post-Brexit farming policy which works for farmers and food producers, while improving the environment, by replacing the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy – which awards subsidies based on the amount of land farmed – with a new system of public money for public goods.In a roundtable with farmers and agricultural organisations including the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, Farmers Union Wales, NFU Cymru and the CLA, the Prime Minister will also reiterate her commitment to maintaining current funding levels until the end of this Parliament to ensure farmers have the certainty they need to plan for their business.Prime Minister Theresa May said:last_img read more

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