Disturbingly Orwellian Sinclair-Tribune Merger Off

Disturbingly Orwellian Sinclair-Tribune Merger Off

In what would have been the realization of one of George Orwell’s worst nightmares, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media fostered a deal worth $3.9 billion which would have enabled the companies to form a right-wing TV network able to reach seven out of every ten American homes. The objective...

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Trump Demands End to ‘Witch Hunt’

Trump Demands End to ‘Witch Hunt’

U.S. President Donald Trump took to twitter suggesting that Attorney General Jeff Sessions end the investigation headed by Special Counsel Robert Muller. Trump tweeted on August 1st: “..This is a terrible situation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain...

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Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

Access journalism comes at a price. If a subject seeks palace privileges, (s)he must act in a manner befitting to the King or risk expulsion from his court. Dissent in any capacity, at least in Tudor times, would be met with a rolling head (arrivederci, Cromwell). If only the President...

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President Trump denies DACA deal with Democrats

President Trump denies DACA deal with Democrats

President Donald Trump tweeted today that no deal has been reached with the Democrats over DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). This announcement comes as a direct contradiction to the joint statement made by Democratic leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) who announced that...

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Theresa May’s much awaited response to Trump Charlottesville rhetoric

Theresa May’s much awaited response to Trump Charlottesville rhetoric

Theresa May has spoken to criticise Donald Trump’s response to white supremacist violence and demonstrations in Charlottesville. Her words come after the PM originally declined to condemn the President’s remarks. On Monday, her spokesman said, “What the president says is a matter for him.” Trump claimed there was “blame on...

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Trump’s first days

Trump’s first days

A new president’s first hundred days in office are all important in establishing the tone and political direction of their term. It is traditionally when a president’s power is at its highest with the perceived public mandate to enact the kind of bold sweeping changes that would be deemed too...

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On the front cover of our November issue

On the front cover of our November issue

 “I have to admit my hand was trumped for over estimating the American vote and portraying a hatrick of women leaders on our front cover! This month’s content, however, remains as variegated, accurate, informative and interesting, if not better, than ever, AND, as our Art Director says, it’s a good...

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Update: The US president race

Update: The US president race

As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump helm the Democratic and Republican parties at full speed, a brief look is given at recent events and their policies. Election day in the USA is on the 8th of November, two months away. Before that, three nationally televised presidential debates will be aired...

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Trump hails Brexit during visit to Scotland

Trump hails Brexit during visit to Scotland

Donald Trump, has given Brexit his seal of approval, claiming that it’s “a great thing” that the people of the UK have “taken back their country” in voting to leave the EU. His comments came as he arrived at the Trump Turnberry in Scotland for the reopening of the refurbished...

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US Presidential Primaries

There is as ever increasing excitement at the US primaries which are now in full swing. This is partly because both camps the GOP (Grand Old Party aka as the Republicans) and the Democrats both have to choose their candidates for the Presidential elections in November 2017. Last week Nevada...

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