Monday, November 19, 2018

US Politics

Opinion, news and analysis articles on US politics.

The Weekly Roundup – 27th May 2018

UK: This week, Jake Scott, editor of The Mallard, wrote on the effect on the UK of the sugar tax. You can read this here. US: On...

US-N. Korea Summit May Still Take Place

US President Donald Trump has suggested that the summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un could still happen, despite yesterday's cancellation. This comes after the supreme...

Trump Cancels Summit with Kim Jong-un

US President Donald Trump has cancelled a summit with supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un which was due to be held on 12...

Trump: ‘Substantial Chance’ Summit with N. Korea will be Delayed

US President Donald Trump has said that there is a 'substantial chance' a summit with North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un will be delayed. The...

The Weekly Roundup – 13th May 2018

UK: John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, hit back at MPs calling for his resignation. On Friday the unofficial Brexit campaign group Leave.EU, which...

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Eleventh

'The only people who benefit from lawsuits are lawyers. I think we made a couple of them rich.' > Gavin Rossdale The Eleventh Amendment is the...

The Weekly Roundup – 6th May 2018

UK: Sajid Javid was appointed the new Home Secretary after Amber Rudd resigned on Sunday following her mismanagement of the Windrush Generation Scandal. Shortly after this,...

Trump Suggests Guns Could Solve London Knife Crime ‘War Zone’

Speaking to a National Rifle Association conference in Dallas, Texas yesterday, Donald Trump said that 'in London, which has unbelievably tough gun laws, a...

Trump Says Date and Place Set for N. Korea Summit

US President Donald Trump has said the date and location for the much anticipated summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have been set. Reuters...

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Tenth

'For states' rights advocates, the Constitution is like a contract that is openly violated by one party with impunity. On paper, the states remain...