Politics

There has been a lot of discussion over the last few days regarding a change to the census form that is to be issued across the US. The aim is to have a question regarding citizenship status added to the form. This is something that is hotly contested by the democratic party who state that […]

With a single tweet YouTube unleashed a stream of frustration at itself. Speaking with regards to the incoming EU laws governing online behaviour and copyright regulations (Articles 11 and 13) the streaming service’s twitter account stated “Imagine if you couldn’t watch your favourite videos.” The backlash was instant and brutal and focused on the hypocrisy […]

The democratic presidential candidates for 2020 Kamala Harris and Cory Booker have been criticised for a number of issues this week, whether this was over personal issues or political ones. The response, however, was not one that in any way furthered the discussion of policy, rather it was simply to dismiss those that were criticising […]

“Smoking cannabis as teenager could increase the risk of depression in adulthood by almost 40 per cent, a landmark study by Oxford University has found. Researchers warned that use of the drug in adolescence may be responsible for around 60,000 cases of the condition in subsequent decades – around one in 14 of all cases.” The […]

I can’t help but be confused by Russell Howard and comments on his recent show involving a segment on free speech. The former BBC now Sky One show involves Howard reporting on the news highlights of the week and delivering these in a comedic way. Now, the video itself is not what I am focused […]

In another stunning example of why people are turning away from traditional media outlets the New York Times ran an article written by ‘academic’ Daniel Pollack-Pelzner criticising the 1964 film, Mary Poppins, for it’s use of ‘blackface’ in scenes involving chimney sweeps. Yes, you read that right. The people that would climb up a chimney […]

The polling company Odoxa has released results of a recent survey held in the protest stricken France, revealing that the French President and his ministers may have more on their hands than the ‘yellow vest’ protestors that are getting the majority of the news coverage about France (outside of France itself). The poll shows that […]

The Prime Minister of France, Edouard Philippe, has announced new plans to crack down harder on people involved in unauthorised protests. As well as this plan there are also moves to toughen punishments for rioting as a result of the ‘Gilet Jaunes’ protests against the government that began in November. The move, which could be […]

There is a question that haunts me with the current state of political discussion, or lack thereof, and the current discourse that we see on the internet and social media. The fact is that there seems to be no sense of morals within the voting electorate in the US. IN the UK there isn’t, but […]


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