Are the Liberal Democrats really Doomed to Annihilation?

February 14, 2012

There is always a temptation to declare things that you don’t like as doomed. Like the Liberal Democrat Party, which saw its slow and steady climb up the cursus honorum of our political system smashed last general election even as they formed a Coalition government with the Tories. Among the Lib Dems who are left, […]

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Peter Reynolds and the Rampant Sexism (Aimed at Me)

January 22, 2012

There’s nothing quite like being personally and viciously attacked by the leader of a political party to ruin my really nice nap. This week, Peter Reynolds, presumably awaiting the Mail on Sunday expose that has now been written on him, decided that while waiting for that to come out, he’d take a crack at me. […]

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Peter Reynolds and the MPs who Weren’t

January 20, 2012

The response to my earlier blogposts on Peter Reynolds has been spectacular, really. Over 400 unique people have read the homophobia article. The response has been mainly positive, but there has been a persistent, and frankly, deluded trail of commenters who keep telling me and others that pointing out that Peter Reynolds is homophobic is […]

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Peter Reynolds and the

January 13, 2012

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If you’re Paying for an Internship, You’re Probably Not Worth Employing

January 10, 2012

There is, quite rightly, a growing campaign against the proliferation of unpaid internships. When employers know that they can get grunt-level employees to work for them, for free, almost indefinitely, it is hardly surprising that a lot of them are firing paid staff and replacing them with a rotating selection of young hopefuls. This is […]

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Perverts in the Fashion Industry and Cannabis Law Reform

January 4, 2012

There is currently something of a storm erupting in the cannabis law reform community. Peter Reynolds, the leader of Clear, the cannabis law reform party, is known publishing right wing and controversial opinions on his personal blog, and somewhat more dubiously, on his Facebook profile which he uses for both personal and public commentary. Fair […]

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Is there a War on Christmas?

December 25, 2011

Ho. Ho. No. Ho. Ho. Ho. Now stop being silly and get on with making your day beautiful, wherever you are. Subscribe to SarahMcCulloch.com via Email! (or via RSS!) Related Posts:No Related Posts

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Are There are More Interesting Statistics Than Medical Marijuana?

November 7, 2011

Many cannabis campaigners like to throw around the fact that 15 out of 50 states have medical marijuana laws. However, as a friend pointed out to me, “To me, that simply means that 35 American states don’t have medical marijuana.” It’s not, on the face of it, an incredible statistic except to people who genuinely […]

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Free Market Capitalists and Anarchism – a Short Play

October 17, 2011

Capitalism is a system where one person acquires all the equipment to make things, gets someone to make something, and sells it on their behalf, giving the original creator either a cut of the profit or by paying them a regular wage to make things for them. If you can’t spot the unfairness of that […]

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Why I’m not in Tahrir, I mean, Albert Square

October 5, 2011

There is a peculiar trend within the activist community that all occupations, all protests, and all protesters must be defended at whatever cost from the tyranny of the state. That’s a fair enough stance to take, though I think given our manpower compared to that of the state, that’s too optimistic for me to agree […]

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