politics

Politics does not dictate our collective cultural mindset as much as it simply reflects it; We've got to look in the mirror sometimes, and we've got one.

Tim Bryce7 days ago
Democracy Versus Republic
BRYCE ON POLITICS Do you know the difference? Click for AUDIO VERSION. One of my pet peeves involving politics is when people misstate our form of government. Normally, I would claim this as the fault...
Hunter Jacks18 days ago
Second Brexit Referendum
Brexit is the name given to the UK decision to leave the European Union. The EU is is a political and economic union of 28 member states that are located primarily in Europe. It has an area of 4,475,7...
Patrick Hollis25 days ago
Labour Shows Support for Second Referendum—but at What Cost?
This week the Labour Party officially announced that the party would, as a collective, seek out and support efforts for a second Brexit referendum, fulfilling their expectations of being the party to ...
Tim Bryce25 days ago
The Trump Cultural Revolution
Bryce on Politics: Click for audio version. When I hear the vicious political discourse and boisterous hyperbole of today, it suggests to me the country is embroiled in a cultural revolution the likes...
Patrick Hollisa month ago
The Independent Group: How It Splits the Left
This week has seen a handful of UK Members of Parliament leaving the independent centralist group. Eight MPs have parted ways with their parties in what can be described as a protest, the way in which...
Thomas Brandesa month ago
Socialism
A Quick Q&A
Tim Brycea month ago
Time for a National Debate on Socialism
BRYCE ON POLITICS Thanks to Rep. Alexandria Ortega-Cortez. Click for AUDIO VERSION. At the February 5, 2019 State of the Union address, President Trump threw down the gauntlet to Democrats by declarin...
Peter Rose2 months ago
Why Are Britain and Europe in Such a Mess?
Why are Britain and Europe in such a political and economic mess? What the rest of the world should learn. Margaret Thatcher was the last British Prime Minister who had both conviction and a large maj...
Ossiana Tepfenhart2 months ago
10 Reasons Why the Republican Party Is Dying
Back in 2016, I told people that the Republican party is dying—and warned them that they would act like a viper flailing for its last bite against a mongoose. Snakes, like any other animal, will becom...
Michael Blair2 months ago
EU In or UK Out?
On the 29th of March 2019, the UK will leave the EU. Now, this is very easy to say, but it's being made almost impossible to implemented by a wide range of people and political groups who have a veste...
Patrick Hollis2 months ago
Green Party: A Near Future Alternative
The ongoing stalemate in the Houses of Parliament would have left some UK voters questioning the loyalty to any of the three established parties. With Conservatives and Labour attempting to undermine ...
Tom Stock2 months ago
BREXIT: Why Extending Article 50 Isn't Going to Happen
The Withdrawal Agreement was voted down on January 15, 2019 in the House of Commons by a record margin of 202 to 432, the largest defeat in Parliamentary history. Following this, a no confidence motio...
Tim Bryce2 months ago
Pavlovian Politics
Conditioned responses by the Democrats are intensifying.
Laura McBride2 months ago
What Would Theresa May Give to Deliver ANY Sort of Brexit?
On Saturday, January 19, 2019, a car bomb blew up in Derry, Northern Ireland. It hasn't taken long for the Troubles to start up again, with a firelighter held by UK PM Theresa May. Why is she stoking ...
Johnny Vedmore2 months ago
The Left and Right Paradigm Is a Lie - We Need to Talk About the Centre
The idea of left and right in politics is always divisively subjective and relative to your own presupposed position on that spectrum. If you were to say that your natural political position is occupy...
Laura McBride2 months ago
Putting Your Country Through Hell on a Lie and Criminal Acts: Brexit
On June 23, 2106, the United Kingdom held a referendum on whether to remain in the European Union (EU) or leave it. The first question anyone would ask might be: Why would a nation choose to leave the...
Tim Bryce2 months ago
Had Enough of Gridlock Yet?
BRYCE ON POLITICS - Actually, there is nothing new here. Click for AUDIO VERSION. Even though the session is still young, I am already tired of the shenanigans going on between the President and the n...
Carlos Guerra2 months ago
The Death of Mainstream Media
It is said that anything that has a beginning will inevitably come to an end. This premise is one of the only things that is guaranteed for any person, place or thing in the known universe. Although I...