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…

Europe’s newest dictatorship? Our thoughts on the Turkish Referendum

Tom Savage, 16/04/2017 On this quiet Easter Sunday, dramatic events have taken place the Republic of Turkey. A referendum has been held that will give President Erdogan significantly more power in his job as President. Despite polling narrowing over the past few weeks it looks like Erdogan’s side will win reasonably comfortably. (Erdogan has been gaining…

The First Ammendment, Defended by a Pakistani

Ammaz Tariq | 4/15/17 | Lahore, Pakistan “I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it.” – Evelyn Beatrice Hall The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, ensuring that there is no prohibition on…

Quick History: ‘Common Sense’

HENRY KINCAID, 10/04/2017- Aristotle once made the argument that common sense was the ability for an “animal minded” being to use the five senses in order to perceive the real world. In the context of this particular passage, Aristotle was not only talking about the human mind but also the minds of all animal life. He theorised…

#Gabbard2020 Congresswoman slams US Airastrikes on Syria

Jalil Javed,4.11.17 Washington DC, Thursday — The first Hindu elected to Congress, Hawaiian Democrat Tulsi Gabbard, hammered US President Donald Trump’s choice to strike against Syria, referring to the attack as “heedless.” “This administration has acted recklessly without care or consideration of the dire consequences of the US attack on Syria without waiting for the…

Viva La Pen: Should the Alt-Left Support Marine Le Pen?

TOM SAVAGE,4.11.17 In a few short weeks the next great battle of globalism vs nationalism will begin. On the 23rd April, France goes to the polls to vote for the next President of one of the most powerful Republics on the planet. If no candidate wins a majority, there will be a further run off…