Monday, November 19, 2018

US Society

Opinion, news and analysis articles on US society.

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Seventh

'The bedrock of our democracy is the rule of law and that means we have to have an independent judiciary, judges who can make...

The Facebook Data Scandal is Just the Tip of a Far More Terrible Iceberg

Recently, the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of a US lawmakers, and insisted that users have enough control over their data. What...

The Weekly Roundup – 8th April 2018

UK: The furore over the Salisbury poisoning continued, as Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson clashed over the origins of the attack. Meanwhile Yulia Skripal's cousin, Viktoria, was...

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Sixth

'When you go into court you are putting your fate into the hands of twelve people who weren't smart enough to get out of...

The Constitutional Right to Privacy: Does it Actually Exist?

The right to privacy is something Americans in particular have always held in high regard. This is why we have lock codes on our...

The Weekly Roundup – 1st April 2018

There has been a heavy focus this week in the news on the Salisbury attack which occurred on 4 March. The Fultum Post contributors have...

A Series on the Constitutional Amendments: The Fifth

The Fifth Amendment is a doozy. The framers of the Constitution packed a lot of enumerated rights and privileges into a single Amendment. This...

The Weekly Roundup – 25th March 2018

UK: A 'decisive step' was made on Monday by UK and EU negotiators with regards to the Brexit transition deal, as a document was released...

A Series on the US Constitutional Amendments: The Fourth

250 years ago, the founding fathers had no idea what advancements of technology would take place in the world. Especially with the advent of...

Mississippi Bans Abortion After 15 Weeks

Mississippi has become the first state to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, making it the toughest state on abortion in the nation. Governor...