Climate Change, Wildlife Loss, and the Coming Ecopocalypse

Paul Tripp The recent violence in Charlottesville and the growing political violence from the Alt Right, Antifa, BLM, and others is changing our political landscape and has many people scared for the political future of the US. But regardless of whether your sympathies lie with BLM’s opposition to the provable racist enforcement of drug laws…

Intro to Third-World Democracy

Constitutionally, Pakistan is a Democratic Parliamentary Republic. Ever since Z.A Bhutto passes the constitution of 1973 where Pakistan Started its transition into a Liberal democracy. However, that transition has been hampered in previous years due to a series of coups. The latest of which took place in 1999. After that, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan…

A line in the sand: Part 2 – Will the Sweden Democrats ever gain power?

04/08/2017 Tom Savage  As said in the previous article, the Sweden Democrats have been continuously growing in popularity for a decade. Due to their relationship with the other parties they have not been allowed anywhere near government. Could this change though? We are getting to the point where they are getting so many seats in…

A line in the sand: Part 1 – Are the Sweden Democrats Far Right?

No country brings both a shiver of fear and a smug grin to the face of anyone in the anti-SJW sphere more than Sweden. Sweden is, in basic terms where cultural leftism failed. A proudly ‘feminist’ government and an open door policy to immigration from Islamic countries has left the country with many societal issues…

Opinion: A Collision at the Intersection of Islam and Feminism

Atheist Jesus, 22/05/2017 Intersectional feminism and the social justice movement have a problem. Well, not just one problem really, but one of the biggest and most glaring problems is their obvious inconsistency. Neither intersectional feminists nor supporters of social justice have a clear, consistent standard for what they consider “oppression” or “privilege”, despite these being…

Quick History: Captain Bonneville

The word “Bonneville” is synonymous with the pursuit speed, with home-built vehicles solely designed to do one thing; break land speed records. The name has also been given to a fair number of great, and small, areas across the mainland United States; and has graced one of the most famous series of motorcycles in existence,…

The Case For Land Value Tax

Richard Winch, 28/05/2017 At a time when property prices and rents are becoming ever-more unaffordable for millions of people across the UK, it is not surprising that the opposition parties have made housing one of the main themes in their election campaigns; rent controls, large-scale house-building programs and the introduction of a mandatory landlord licensing…

A Case For Mincome: Canada’s Experiment

Moses Cirulis, 11/05/2017   One common ground that the Alt-Left seems to share is the idea that the most reliable method of reducing human stress in the 21st century is to look toward improving the economic prospects of the impoverished across the board, rather than simply targeting demographic groups based upon their assumed prospects within…

Into Darkness or Light? Four visions of post-election France

Tom Savage, 02/05/2017   Well here it is. The election for the next President of the French Fifth Republic will take place on 7th May between two very different candidates: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. Many across the nation and the world have hopes and fears for the results. A Le Pen and Macron victory…

A Beginners Guide to UK Political System: Parties and Elections

Tom Savage, 21/04/2017   The sudden news that the UK is having a snap general election has flooded the world press after Theresa May surprise announced of it Tuesday morning. Instead of waiting the five years until 2020, the UK will have its election early, and with hard Brexit on the table, this could be…