If nothing else, Donald Trump offers an escape from the political correctness that infects American politics. Michael tells us how.
While welcoming immigrants has proven to be a great boon to the West. It has its consequences.
The EU is slowing and bringing down Great Britain. Ben shares his analysis on why that is and what should happen going forward.
I spoke to a close friend recently who said he could not take Donald Trump seriously because of his “crazy” policy ideas, citing first, Trump’s plan to “build a wall that Mexico will fund”. So I figured, might as well go straight to the guts of the matter, and tell you why Trump is right to build a wall and why he’s the only candidate who ‘gets it’.
Being a bleeding heart may make one feel great, but there are often unintended consequences...
How do you match wines and meat? It’s a mystery that only the wisdom of Stubz can enlighten us to.
“Why good people are divided by politics and religion.” Damien Pace reviews Jonathan Haidt’s work.
There should be a shared directive to fight for equality, amongst those who refer to themselves as Feminists and otherwise.
Reverse racism doesn’t exist. Racism does. The invention of the phrase ‘reverse racism’ may have been meant well, in that it implies that white people can experience racism themselves. However, this assumes that this kind of racism is different from the more traditional kind often associated with the disadvantage black people have endured over history. This is flawed thinking.
In almost all instances of prejudice against people because of their race or gender, we hear the shouts: Racist! Sexist! In almost all instances of prejudice against people who just happen to be of a certain race or gender, we still hear the shouts: Racist! Sexist! These cries are the most incorrectly and grossly overused cards dealt in our society.