Look up an article on young people or millennials and you are bound to see the same comments. Young people today are entitled snowflakes. So work-shy we are putting pressure on the NHS and choosing to indulge in avocado toast rather than save for a house. What patronising rubbish.
It may be that the already historic pictures of the two Korean leaders shaking hands on either side of the border prove to be hollow, to have no real value. But we must will them to have significance. We must will the two men, and the US and China, to resolve the Korean situation for the benefit of all humanity.
An analysis of E.P Thompson’s historical development of clock-time reveals that the battles for labour should not only focus on the rate of wages, but against the utilisation of time itself.
The Republican presidential candidate in 2012, Mitt Romney, will have to participate in a primary contest to be the party’s candidate for the outgoing Orrin Hatch’s Utah Senate seat. Romney failed to secure the 60% […]
With discussions about US politics being overwhelmingly dominated by what Donald Trump’s next tweet will be, it is refreshing to see the conversation shift towards the up-and-coming women moving into the political arena. This year […]
This problem isn’t just Donald Trump and John Bolton (though Jesus Christ someone keep them away from the nuclear football), it’s a problem with the attitudes of America when it comes to resolving a crisis.
Despite scandals that far surpass what David Schulkin had done to supposedly provoke his dismissal from the Department of Veteran Affairs, Pruitt remains safely ensconced at the EPA.