Sunday, May 20, 2018

Opinion

racism

Why Debating Racists is Pointless

Whitehall, “the street that shaped a nation.” From The Cenotaph to Trafalgar Square, for 500 years, the heart and brain of the British state....
parliament

The Failure of Liberalism and the Sad Truth of Democracy

For centuries now, democracy in some form or another has been hailed as the absolute gold standard for civilisation to work towards. The people...
migration

Why Should I Aspire to be a Migrant?

Migrants welcome. But don’t criticize underprivileged countries. It’s interesting that the people who disapprove of third world criticism are the same ones burning their own...
javid-raab-rees-mogg-gove

Rudd’s Replacement: Who will be the UK’s Next Home Secretary?

Earlier tonight, PM Theresa May accepted Amber Rudd’s resignation as Home Secretary. Rudd’s resignation comes after the Windrush scandal and days of harsh scrutiny...
prison

Violence on Rise In and Out of Prisons

A new raft of data has shown, beyond doubt, the pathetic and miserable state Britain's criminal justice system is in. On Thursday, the Office of...
us-constitution

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Ninth

'The Framers of the Bill of Rights did not purport to 'create' rights. Rather, they designed the Bill of Rights to prohibit our Government...
brexit

Brexit Betrayed if UK Remains in Customs Union

The current threat of Theresa May’s government choosing to go against the will of the British people, and decide to remain within the Customs...
macron-thatcher

Emmanuel Macron: France’s Badly Needed Margaret Thatcher?

It is not long until Emmanuel Macron will have been in France’s top job for a year. His domestic approval ratings are not great....
david-cameron

The Plight of the Modern Conservative: Ideological Limbo and Party Abandonment

In recent years, conservative thought has found itself the reserve of the silent majority. Both the 2015 and the 2017 UK elections are a...
us-constitution

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Eighth

'Back in pre-Revolutionary America cruel and unusual punishment meant the rack and burning at the stake... in more recent rulings it has been taken...