In Wales, a Toast to Dylan Thomas on His 100th Birthday

Katrin Bennhold The New York Times 10/26/2014

LAUGHARNE, Wales — Down the footpath from his writing shed, along the curve of the water and up the hill, you see what the poet Dylan Thomas once saw: tall birds on the “heron priested shore,” a “sea wet church the size of a snail” atop the ridge, […]

Terrorist Threat at Southern US Border Near Three Prominent Military Bases



Jim Hoft The Gateway Pundit 8/28/2014

A warning bulletin for an imminent terror attack on the border was issued to federal law enforcement and intelligence sources Friday.

Judicial Watch reported Islamic terrorist groups are operating in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez and planning to attack the United States with car […]

WikiLeaks accused Bradley Manning ‘should never have been sent to Iraq’

Guardian exclusive: Soldier held over US intelligence leak was known to be mentally fragile and unsuited to army life

Maggie O’Kane, Chavala Madlena and Guy Grandjean Guardian [UK] 27 May 2011

Bradley Manning, the man held over the leaking of confidential cables to WikiLeaks, was a ‘mess of a child’ who should never have […]

‘Ubi Caritas et Amor’

30 April 2011

One of the hymns sung yesterday at the wedding of Great Britain’s Prince William and Catherine Middleton was written by Welsh composer, Paul Mealor, Ubi Caritas et Amor.

Ubi caritas et amor Deus ibi est.

Where charity and love are, God is there.

The Telegraph has this article about the music […]

‘This taught me my final lesson about Unions’

14 March 2011

CAJ’s “Word Boss” is a naturalized American citizen, born and raised in Great Britain. He was a young working man, just starting out during the 1970s when labor unions economically crippled the UK with strikes and walk-outs. There were three-day work weeks in the early part of the decade; rolling electrical black-outs […]