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.

Peter Rose2 months ago
Intolerance in Politics and Life
Intolerance in Politics and Life Intolerance is growing, and it seems those who preach "equality for all" are becoming the most intolerant. While both extremes have unacceptable behaviour, the left ap...
Keane Neal-Riquier3 months ago
The Underdog Times: A New Story
The American political system is beginning to tell a new story, and it’s that of the American people constructing their future. Who’s telling it? The Underdog Times. Before I continue, I would like to...
Dr. Williams3 months ago
The Real State of the Union
With the onslaught of global warming striking destruction, I fear the United States faces greater challenges with each passing month. The severity of weather patterns all around the globe has only int...
Tim Bryce3 months ago
Is Impeachment Truly Necessary?
​BRYCE ON POLITICS A comparison between Presidents Nixon, Clinton, and Trump. Click for AUDIO VERSION. The Democrats and main stream media are currently consumed with impeaching President Trump, parti...
José Ricardo3 months ago
The Meaning of Why Donald Trump Established Russian Troops to Get Out of Venezuela
On Monday, June 3, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, officially announced that the US government had received notification from the Russian government that the departure of all politic...
Iria Vasquez-Paez3 months ago
The 22nd Amendment
The 22nd Amendment was passed in 1947 by a Congress wishing to make sure each President had a set term limit in the wake of World War II, meaning that fascism’s rise had to be stopped. In order to pre...
SKYLERIZED 3 months ago
Reason First: Did Theresa May Exit too Early or too Late?
What happened to the “stiff upper lip” mentality of Britons? Maybe the expression of emotion was Theresa May’s way of defeating repression. With her exit as prime minister of Britain, she now has time...
Raven Wade3 months ago
President Trump Declares a National Emergency
President Donald Trump, on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, declared a national emergency over threats against American tech. He believes that certain telecommunications companies pose a national security ris...
Johnny Vedmore3 months ago
How to Defeat Ben Shapiro–Shapiro's Tactics and Techniques Exposed
I’ve been listening to Ben Shapiro intensely for over two years. I’ve been a regular listener, but not because I respect his points of view on any subject, and especially not because I love the tone o...
Jakeson Eudela3 months ago
Why I Won't Vote in Today's Elections
It's that time of the year again, where in around 60 million registered Filipino voters will go to the voting precincts, and vote for their preferred candidates for seats in the Senate, the House of R...
Jasmine Mason3 months ago
American Detainees in North Korea
North Korea has been known for their infamous concentration and labor camps. Many people have been captured for numerous illegal activities, but a lot of people are unaware of how many United State ci...
Jakeson Eudela4 months ago
The Emperor Has Abdicated—Long Live the Emperor!
Back in 2016, now former Japanese Emperor, Akihito, announced his intent to abdicate from the Chrysanthemum Throne, after more than 30 years of reign, which began in 1989 after the death of Emperor Hi...
Chloe Jayne4 months ago
Generation Z and Politics
I recently graduated high school about two and a half years ago, and once I turned 18, I didn't even think about enrolling to vote—because why should I? Shouldn't I just save that for the baby boomers...
Jonathan Reed4 months ago
Battle For Brexit
In 2016, on the eve of the Brexit Referendum result, Nigel Farage stood before the Press declaring that he felt Leave had lost the vote. He concluded that he, and many other campaigners, had done ever...
Joe Southwood4 months ago
Brexit Is the Real World's Boaty McBoatface
I’d like to take you back to the Summer of 2016. A colossal vote had just been undertaken. A marvel of democracy and a saviour for the people’s voice. A clear majority that cannot be disputed. Brexit?...
Jakeson Eudela4 months ago
What Is Federalism, and Would It Help the Philippines?
The word "Federalism" has been a trending one all over the mainstream, and social, media. People both online and offline are debating about whether federalism is something that the Philippines needs. ...
Joe Southwood4 months ago
NHS: Bring Out Your Dead
The NHS has again found itself on the front cover of the national press; just as before, for all the wrong reasons. Theresa May's Conservative party is pursuing its ideological drive to sell off all a...
Tim Bryce4 months ago
Something Doesn't Add Up
BRYCE ON POLITICS The Democrats' perspective of our country. Click for AUDIO VERSION. As I watch the televised news, and listen to Democrats, particularly the younger generation, be it on college camp...