Casper Denck has a first class degree in Theology and a Masters with distinction in Religion and Politics where his research centered on religion and liberal political philosophy. So yes, you're right, he has absolutely no real-life skills whatsoever. He sporadically blogs at his own site www.casperdenck.com as well as other online forums, sometimes what he writes is also read by other people. He spends his spare time drinking someone else's wine. Casper can be contacted at Casperdenck at gmail [dot] com.
The nasty party never really went away.
When calamities befall other politicians their careers finish, when they befall Boris they are laughed off. Sonia Purnell's biography explores why.
The alleged video of the brutal murder of Lin Jun has received hundreds of thousands of hits. Is this new?
It had been billed as an epic battle: Burnham vs. Lansley. It ended with us being none the wiser.
Warning! The Mormons are after your departed family's souls and they don't play nice. That, at least, is what one Rabbi contends.
Whitney Houston is dead. Should we care?
Ann Lee, whom most consider to be the founder of the Shakers, was a volatile and charismatic woman. Richard Francis tells her story.
This week's yacht-gate has all the makings of a media set-up. No, I am not referring to the tragic sinking of the Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy but rather the media storm over the aspirations that Her Majesty should be furnished with a new Royal Yacht.
Could Scotland soon declare independence from the UK? Answer on a postcard please.
Today David Norris and Gary Dobson have been sentenced for racially aggravated murder. That is good news, but questions still remain.