If we are not able to unify around our belief in the freedom of speech and expression, then can we really rally behind anything at all? Continue reading The Nazi Pug Affair: When Courts Rule On Comedy
Hollywood and the music industry seals its own fate, it lives up to the conspiratorial theories thrown around about the liberal elites. They seem so cut adrift from the other half of America, not solely Trump’s America, but a traditional one so disheartened by the gulf that separates them, they might as well be a separate nation. Continue reading Fire And Fury At The Grammy’s: Politics Has No Place At Award Ceremonies
“The creation of the NHS in 1948 should be remembered as a proud moment in British history. No one can claim otherwise. But the realities of health care in 1948 couldn’t be further from the situation we face today” Continue reading The Chronic Health of the NHS: Is Now the Time For Change?
“The road to hell, as they say, is paved with good intentions, and the destruction of statues is not the progressive fight against racism that is being presented.” Continue reading Mr. Trump, Tear Down That Statue: The New Wave Of Radicalism In The West
“Social media isn’t a platform for debate, it’s a platform for political indoctrination, and in the comment section the mob rules, so you better be on the right side.” Continue reading How The Internet Made Young People Politically Lazy
When the media catches on to an embarrassing story of an influential celebrity or politician, be it Cliff Richard or Simon Danczuk, it seizes it with both hands and rips it into the public sphere. But this begs the question, was it ever our right to know in the first place? Continue reading The Trial of Keith Vaz: Are Our Private Lives of Public Interest?
All of the inherent problems with the Grammar system could be tackled, and Grammar schools could truly be an equal opportunity vehicle for social mobility, but to further deny it needs reform would be true negligence. Continue reading In Defense of Grammar Schools