Tagged in "corruption"

A prime locale to talk bribery, suspect campaign funding, and all other instances of political corruption. The shadier, the better.

The End of the US Constitution

Brian Paredes
in Culture

Reading that title what first comes to mind? Do you think I am anti-American? Do you immediately assume I am a rebelling millennial? Do you assume I don't know any better? Or perhaps you are intrigued...

Head of Council Should Be Arrested for Grenfell Tower Fire

Johnny Vedmore
in Culture

The leader of the Royal Borough of Chelsea and Kensington Council, Nick Paget-Brown, should be the first arrested for the Grenfell Tower fire and the local authorities immediate response. The responsi...

Humanity: The Greatest Investment

Michael Thielmann
in Culture

Humanity's faith in government is at an all time low. The turmoil related to the current US presidency is an extreme example of what doesn't work, but all across the board there seems to be a growing ...

Theresa May Cancels Queen's Speech

Jordan Catto
in Culture

Following a tumultuous few months in British Politics, including Theresa May's deceitful reasoning for a snap election, her shambolic election campaign and the frankly concerning deal/no-deal dance wi...

#Brexit for Beginners

Jordan Catto
in Culture

On the 29th March 2017, Theresa May delivered the UK’s official notice of departure from the European Union, triggering article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. This was in the same week we saw protests in Lo...

The Conservatives Who Are Rewriting History on Wikipedia

Johnny Vedmore
in Culture

The rule of thumb tends to be that the victorious rewrite history. At least that’s what we are told by those who we suppose to have been the winners. However, nowadays our history is written through c...

Dear Donald, Your Presidency is Reminiscent to "The Handmaid’s Tale"...and That's Bad

Madeline Basirico
in Entertainment

Dear Donald, I was never interested in what you had to say when you were campaigning for the presidency. Until this year, I never considered myself a person who was interested in politics. I had cause...

What Do I Think About the Situation?

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

You'll be surprised why it has taken me this long to comment on English politics, on this snap election/general election whatever you call it these days. To be honest my head has been all over the pla...

When the Swamp Starts Stinking

Michael Thielmann
in Culture

I have to take a few deep breaths before I delve into the Swamp. This is such a complex and multifaceted issue that it will take many different angles and approaches for us to really see the beast for...

The Deadliest Tweet

Matt Nappo
in Culture

Forget about "the Russian thing" for just a moment. Although the subject matter here is derived from the cloud that revolves around the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, there ...

James Comey Versus Rod Rosenstein on Firing, Not Donald Trump

Guillermo Calvo
in Culture

James Comey, formerly Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is a person sequentially loathed and loved, criticized and praised, a person who both Republicans and Democrats have severely cri...

Being Human in a Less Humane World

Krow Fischer
in Culture

It’s really, really hard to be human, much harder than we give ourselves credit for. It is particularly hard to be alive on earth today. I thought we were supposed to be evolving, that is the mindset ...

What Is Gerrymandering?

Cato Conroy
in Culture

Gerrymandering. For many people, no word is as synonymous with "legal election rigging" as the word "gerrymander," or its present tense form, "gerrymandering." Even saying that word in political discu...

No Peace! Where's Our Government?

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

From Thatcher (conservative) to Blair (Labour) to brown (labour) to Cameron (conservative) joint with Clegg (liberal Democratics) to now May (conservative), what have all five people got on their hand...

Government Politics in the UK

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

Good day! Welcome to my everyday post off June 2017 blog posts. I thought I might as well start the day with politics today as my government at the moment are pretty stupid, let alone shocking, believ...

Caught in The Machine

Rikki La Rouge
in Culture

Being Liberal and political correctness used to mean something unlike what the movement has become today. The movement was once an absolute good, it used to be about treating everyone across every rac...