A growing list
Melanie Phillips: Right about nearly everything. But not drugs policy. Proud to have her topping my list. http://www.melaniephillips.com
Phillip Johnson: Hard to summarise but a great man!
Christopher Booker: Right about the EU. Right about AGW.
David Berlinski: The polemicist's polemicist - erudite and witty. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ec8lpcA5hls
Daniel Hannan: One of my two favourite parliamenarians. The other is Frank Field. Here Dan's his famous speech in the European Parliament: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94lW6Y4tBXs
Thomas Gold: Twice vindicated in different branches of science. Probably to be vinicated in a third.
Peter Duesberg: A brave scientist who will be vindicated. Listen to him and you will wonder how the nonsense which is the HIV theory of AIDS ever got a hearing. Charles Geshekter is exceptionally good on African AIDS, as is Rian Malan.
Jonah Goldberg: If you haven't read 'Liberal Fascism', you are probably labouring under the same misconception that I was before reading this momentous book. I took Left and Right to be opposite ends of the political spectrum. Communism was extreme Leftism and Fascism was the extreme manifestation of Right wing ideas. Until I read Goldberg. He makes it clear that Communism and Fascism/Nazism were twins. Not only does he quote Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini expressing admiration for each other but he reminds us that Hitler called his movement National Socialism and that Mussolini declared himself to be a lifelong socialist. The antecedents of both were nineteenth century materialism, atheism and anticlericalism. Both forms of totalitarianism owed much to the Darwinian theory of evolution. These dictators were much admired by early twentieth century 'progressives'. It was HG Wells (all purpose progressive thinker and eugenicist) who called for Liberal Fascism. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsFoiVZDSRs
Stephen C Meyer: Author of 'Signature in the Cell', articulate, lucid and convincing. Watch him in debate with Eugenie Scott. Hear her claim that black is white. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFhMxAsMDvk The interviewer is a moron.
Michael Behe: Author of 'Darwin's Black Box' He invented the phrase, 'irreducible complexity'.
Bob Carter: Demolisher of the hypothesis that human CO2 emmissions are causing catastrophic global warming aka climate change. On YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOLkze-9GcI
Michael Denton: 'Nature's Destiny' is magisterial. His earlier 'Evolution a Theory in Crisis' will one day be seen to have been highly significant.
Vaclav Klaus: My favourite head of state. On Glenn Beck: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VttfdKhQDrQ
Theodore Dalrymple (Anthony Daniels): An essayist of brilliance and humanity. See his essay on Ray Honeyford, another great man. http://www.city-journal.org/html/12_2_oh_to_be.html Two unmissable collections: 'Life at the Bottom' and 'Our Culture, What's Left of it'.
James Delingpole: A blogger's blogger and much more.
Christine Maggiore: Here is a link to Alive and Well - http://www.aliveandwell.org/
Terry Wogan: On Monday Chris Evans takes over the Radio 2 Breakfast Show and I wish him well. Don't Forget Your Toothbrush was a great show and he is a fine broadcaster. But Terry Wogan is the broadcaster sans pareil (and the Greatest Living Irishman).
Couldn't find the PW fart show. But this is good. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgwD6SR-CXs&feature=PlayList&p=D91F2C7EDFFDF997&index=11