Trump disrespects fallen soldiers of his own armed forces Now this is according to an anonymous source in an article in the Atlantic. But everything the article says fits in with the image I have of Donald Trump. I have never met the man, let alone spent enough time in his company to feel like… Continue reading A Week in Review: 31st August-6th September
Premier League return looms with fixtures release Most non-football fans will often make a comment every time the new season rolls into view that it barely seems like the previous one has ended. That feeling has never been truer as the Premier League fixture list was announced for the 2020/21 season this week. While many… Continue reading A Week in Review: 17th- 23rd August
History made as Kamala Harris is chosen as Biden’s VP Joe Biden has chosen his running mate for the Presidential election in November. He had already committed to choosing a woman as his running mate, and has now set another precedent by choosing Kamala Harris, who will be the first black woman to be nominated… Continue reading A Week in Review: 10th-16th August
When Boris Johnson announced that Britain was effectively in lockdown on Monday, it was, for me, the first time he actually acted as a Prime Minister should. In this instance, he knew he needed to defer to the experts and take their advice on board. Putting this country into a state of lockdown may hurt… Continue reading Boris Johnson at last did something right. He deferred to the experts.
Last Tuesday was Super Tuesday in America for the Democrats. If you don’t know what Super Tuesday is, it’s the night a lot of states declare who their delegates will for vote for to be the Democratic nominee for President. 14 states declared their results last night and Joe Biden won 9 of them. From… Continue reading The Democrats need to stop the infighting and work together to get rid of Trump.
Well, President Trump has officially been acquitted on both Articles of Impeachment by the Senate of the United States. He will continue to serve the remainder of his term and will be eligible to run in this year’s Presidential election. But even if the Democrats were unable to remove him from office, they still managed… Continue reading Trump will always be an impeached president. Whatever he says, that will be his place in history.
Well, we're only a couple of weeks into 2020 and the President of the United States has decided that he needs to make this year kinda crap already by possibly starting a war in the Middle East. If you haven't been keeping up with the latest happy-go-boom-boom antics of the Trump administration, here's an incredibly… Continue reading Thank you, Donald. The one thing the world needs right now is increased tensions in the Middle East.
The art of compromise has seemingly been lost in politics. It is much more the political fashion to blame others for your country's troubles. Which is really, really worrying. America is a prime example of that, with the rhetoric of the President, and the party his insidious nature has ensnared, a constant stream of fear-mongering… Continue reading The need for political compromise
Since Rudy Giuliani became the President's legal spokesperson, he has done nothing but go on Fox and Friends and spout made up legal mumbo-jumbo about how the special prosecutor Robert Mueller and his team can't subpoena the President of the United States, that the country would turn on them if they subpoenaed Ivanka Trump to… Continue reading Why the delay, Mr President?
No one should be allowed to own a semi-automatic assault rifle. It is that simple. Military grade weapons have no place in civilian life, let alone being available to buy in a major retailer. And while the US Congress is frozen, the survivors of the tragedy have affected change elsewhere with their refusal to let… Continue reading America and guns: Where does it end?