1. Liberalism at Universities as [sic] gotten completely out of hand!
  2. She was rejected in Pakistan Idol since than loose [sic] her mind.
  3. “Stephane Bourgogne [sic] is delusional and an imposter,” Douglas wrote.
  4. BUT I DON’T KNOW IF EVEN THIS SHORT NOTE WILL MAKE IT PASS [sic] THE CENSOR.
  5. It looks like Bourgoin became an ‘expert’ by reading books … mine in particulars [sic].
  6. “This is more proof that rasicsm [sic] is ok,” she wrote, “as long as the attacks are against whites.”
  7. … WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT DISMISS ALL YOUR IDIOTS, HYPOCRATS [sic], YOUR INCOMPETENT CABINET, AND ALL YOUR ASS-LICKERS.
  8. Poor countries like Africa [sic] just accept it because it’s imposed upon them through money, through being tied to aid.
  9. Their predictions proved to be greatly exagerated [sic] and despite their concerns, the arm has been completely useful for over 50 years.
  10. In the source code to the virus, he commented: “We dedicate this little virus to Sara [sic] Gordon, who wanted to have a virus named after her.”
  11. On Dela Cruz’s body, the report added, police recovered a “heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance believe [sic] to be ‘shabu’.”
  12. “Your wife, your kids your friends, you have smeared all there [sic] achievements you utter fucking prick,” wrote the same person, who subsequently warned: “I’m going to fuck you up.”
  13. There were pink tea roses and blue mood lighting, and at the front of the room was a teetering screen with a picture of the honoree at age 12 superimposed with the words “HAPPY BIRHDAY” [sic].
  14. One resident wrote to Njie to warn that “Baby Daddy’s [sic], relatives released from jail” and other undesirables would “cause havoc on the neighbourhood with drug sales and other crime.”
  15. In its promotional material, Magic describes itself as an “upbeat, optimistic” station that “provides a welcome oasis in our listener’s [sic] busy lives by playing songs that they know and love”.
  16. “Just to confirm that this weeks’ [sic] meeting schedule is as follows …” When Nick Timothy did make suggestions, they were run by Little: “Are we not putting ‘two horse race’ on everything?”
  17. In its promotional literature, Formations House makes much of its location, stating for example, that: “all your postal [sic] will be received in Central London at a prestigious Harley Street business address”.
  18. Daniel Defoe, the English author of Robinson Crusoe, but also a trader, pamphleteer and spy, bested both when he wrote: “No African trade, no negroes; no negroes, no sugars, gingers, indicoes [sic] etc; no sugar etc, no islands, no continent; no continent, no trade.”
  19. John Milton advocated the destruction of blasphemous or libellous works: “Those which otherwise come forth, if they be found mischievous and libellous, the fire and the executioner will be the timeliest and the most effectual remedy, that mans [sic] prevention can use.”
  20. Cherwell’s diarist mock-praised “Balliol’s blond bombshell” as “the unstoppable force for socialist [sic] in the Palace of the People debating society (the union to you) … Who can stop our Old Etonian Leninist from stamping his personal hammer and sickle all over the union?”
  21. In a 2018 column, the paleoconservative commentator Pat Buchanan pointed out the political ramifications of today’s immigration: “In US presidential elections, persons of colour whose roots are in Asia, Africa and Latin America vote 4-1 Democratic, and against the candidates favored by American’s [sic] vanishing white majority.”