A people’s vote: where Britain would go to the polls and revisit Brexit with a new perspective and possibly some new options. PM May’s proposed “divorce” deal resembles a dead body laying face down in the water, with a couple of complimentary bullet wounds to add emphasis; needless to say, it won’t pass through the … Continue reading A People’s Vote? I’m hesitant.
It has been amusing to watch President Trump’s hilarious upsurges and badly hidden rage concerning his Republican party’s loss of the House of Representatives. His encounter with CNN’s Jim Acosta was analogous to watching an inexperienced cover teacher trying to behaviourally manage a teen ridden high-school class. . .and miserably failing. Trump would like to … Continue reading Kamala Harris for President?
President Trump, in an interview for Axios that will air as an HBO special, said he plans to sign an executive order that will end birthright citizenship. Trump has had this idea floating around in his dullard of a consciousness for a while, usually under the term "anchor baby." The term anchor baby comes from … Continue reading President Trump’s most dangerous proposal yet?
I, like many left leaning liberals, attempt to persuade my centre-right counterparts against nationalist apology and constantly warn against its allure. Nationalism encapsulates an implicit belief of superiority above all other existing nations and their associated citizens. This belief, when transformed into its toxic form, is often accompanied with the more tangible xenophobia or racism … Continue reading Why Nationalism Persists
Each of our neurons compute inordinate amounts of information in compartmentalised sections, according to one of the first recordings of electrical activity in human brain cells. Our understanding of neurons (brain cells) is almost exclusively from investigation into our small mammalian friends - the rodent. A study Published in the journal Cell, however, has revealed … Continue reading Democratic Dendrites
In 1 Timothy 6:10, it says “For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. By craving it, some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many sorrows.” As for so many of the ethical lessons the bible purports to teach, as well as this one, it can … Continue reading Money, the Root of All Evil or Trust?
A 24-year-old sufferer of depression was a year ago given a prescription that changed her brain and, therefore, her mindset: a weekly swim in cold water. Sarah, the protagonist of this story, was filmed as part of the BBC documentary series ‘The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs.’ “It was a series that looked at our … Continue reading A Cold Dip