Now that the dust has officially settled, the future for the Republicans is now much clearer. Here’s what yesterday means for tomorrow.
Ahead of today’s midterm, many are banking on a massive wave of democrat support to drown the Trump Administration. I believe we should temper our expectations.
The midterms will prove whether the Democrats can reverse the Republican-sponsored culture of new nationalism, or if Trump’s America is their new normal.
Think the Trump train is running out of steam? Well, with the midterms coming up, we need to accept an uncomfortable truth – that Donald does three important things better than his rivals.
The shifting official version might keep the public’s eye, but the death of Jamal Khashoggi’s is merely a sleight of hand played in a much bigger game.
The meteoric rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has proved many things, and many wrong. But she primarily shows that democracy is alive and well in America. All you need is someone like her.
Tommy Robinson, an avatar for the centre-right sits in jail. The furore surrounding his incarceration has a significant political tone. This is dangerous.
Despite the generally held view that a war in Europe is a thing of the past, the truth is that Russia has quietly steered us towards the next one.
It’s quite possible that Trump’s strategy concerning DACA and rescinding the Obama’s executive order has everything to do with the 2018 mid-term elections.
Sieg Heils, flaming torches, street battles, and the national guard. What has become of America, and where is it going?
Despite their constant attempts at knocking the house down, the US press sits at a pivot point. In the era of the self, they need a vast rethink. Although it might be too late.
Yesterday’s backlash to Trump releasing info to the Russians is the latest spat in the ugly divorce between him and his Intelligence Community. So why does the Deep State have an axe to grind?
The far-right memeculture emboldened by the European anti-immigration sentiment has unearthed something old but no less brutal: antisemitism.
On the surface, it looks like Macron winning the French election over Le Pen is a victory for logic over populism. However, underneath the frosting, the same stale flavour exists.
Three extremely different candidates, undecided voter bases and the threat of the countryside coming to town… The French election is more than a little confused, albeit entertaining, flip of the coin.
“Responsibility to Protect” or R2P is the central question that Western nations ask when getting themselves involved in situations like Libya, Iraq and now Syria. But we should be questioning our legitimacy, not the theory.
Donald Trump’s links to Russia make for a topic that won’t go away. However, the true source of these rumours is something else altogether.
The Democratic Party is on the political ropes. They’ve lost Congress, most state legislatures, and the Whitehouse. This weekend’s vote for DNC chair may foretell the midterm elections, the 2020 Presidential, and beyond.
It seems that the same sex marriage issue will roll on in perpetuity, thus, the proposal of a radical yet simple solution that will sate all parties.
The phone call was terrible, and the deal even worse. Three theories about how Trump will handle Obama’s plans for Australia’s asylum seekers.
It seems that Democrats and the liberal media want to lose in 2020. For all their protestation, pearl-clutching and foaming at the mouth, judging by their current efforts you must conclude they want to give Trump an eight-year run.
Will Trump be able to build foreign relationships with his unique brand of tweetplomacy? Or will this approach lead to something darker? Or not?