Tagged in "politicians"

Reviews of the politicians kissing babies and running governments around the world; applaud and criticize the decisions they make and their implications.

The Republican Party Has a Mitch McConnell Problem

Joshua Guess
in Culture

Mitch McConnell had a choice: he could let the house healthcare bill die in the senate, or he could craft his own. There was no chance the disastrous house bill could pass the upper chamber. GOP senat...

#GA6 Was a Reminder - Not a Referendum

Jennifer Gulbrandsen
in Culture

The special election held for the open congressional seat in the 6th district of north suburban Atlanta was supposed to be a movement. People I know as far away as California sent money to the Jon Oss...

A Face Saving Rewrite of Named Person

Méave Gallagher
in Culture

Parts 4 and parts 5 of the children and young person Act (Scotland)2014, that are currently revoked from law and commonly known as named person and child plans, are making their way back to the Scotti...

Neutrality or Neutrali-tarianism?

Mickey Finn
in Culture

"Who are you gonna believe? Me or your own eyes?"

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...

Election Night 2017: Corbyn and the Robin of Hope

Johnny Vedmore
in Culture

National voting has become a yearly endeavour in the United Kingdom. The election day rain filled the puddles that the democratic minded sploshed through on their way to the polling booths. The local ...

Why Evangelicals Have No Relevant Message

Jesse Booker
in Culture

On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in the landmark case: Obergefell v. Hodges. Same-sex couples and their supporters across the country celebr...

#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...

Choose to Survive

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

Choosing to survive is a key thing in life; you've either got it or you haven't, from a small amount to a large amount, we as individuals become one big family. We help and support the people who need...

Dear Donald

Michael Thielmann
in Culture

Bad jokes aside, I want to address the President directly as though he were seeing me as a client trying to deal his deep-seated childhood pain, profound sense of inadequacy, and low self-esteem. With...

Vile People

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

As I woke up with a headache in the early hours of Thursday morning/late Wednesday night; I had turned to my phone as I do for a bit of comfort. I generally reply to my messages even though people may...

Blue Crab Blues

Mike Bernos
in Humor

Last weekend I drove down to Venice, La., the last town accessible by car before the mouth of the Mississippi River. It is popular among fisherman who put in there to fish the fecund waters of the Gul...

Grenfell Tower, North Kensington - My Thoughts Are With Families and Victims

Lizzy Arrow
in Culture

I woke up this morning to great sadness that the block of flats called Grenfell Tower in North Kensington had gone up in flames. Not only I was just saying that they seemed to have a sense of peace an...

Strong And Stable, But At What Cost?

Katy Preen
in Culture

“Strong and stable” has been repeated over and over during the last two months, since UK Prime Minister Theresa May called a General Election on 18th April. But what does that mean? We have been askin...

Dear Donald

Raven Spoor
in Culture

Dear President Trump, I do not think that you deserve this title. I do not respect you. But I do respect the title and the position, so therefore President Trump will be how I refer to you. Do not mis...