Is Political Fluidity The Next Prejudice To Overcome?

There are many arguments that suggest sexuality is fluid and that a person’s preferences change throughout their lifetime and the same applies to gender....

Taking Shots at the Second Amendment – Part Two

Why do we need guns at all? They lead to gun crime and cannot stop an oppressive government. However, much like a gun is...

The UN Cannot Bring Peace

The United Nations was originally created to sustain global peace keeping. However, the organization itself hasn't done much to achieve the process in truth. The intergovernmental organization...

A Conservative Puzzle that fits the Autism Community

There is a new approach to embracing autism from the autistic conservative. I have written about this in my new book A Puzzle in...

Why I Started A New Political Campaign Group

My first involvement with political parties was during the formative years of UKIP.  I remember my grandparents were all of a sudden active in...

One Nation Politics: The Political Consensus

Now that the drama has died down, perhaps this is the best time more than any other to take a few steps back, and...

The “Crisis of Confidence” that threatens the West

“The threat is nearly invisible in ordinary ways. It is a crisis of confidence. It is a crisis that strikes at the very heart...

The Likely Tale of Failing to Reform the Second Chamber

Reforming the Second Chamber is a quest Theresa May should know only ends in the likely tale of failure. An elected House of Lords is...

The rise of the right

The results from Germany's recent state election showed a dramatic rise in the vote share for right wing, anti immigrant politics in Germany and...

Elections or Ideology: What Matters More?

It is a great decision for parties to make when electing a new leader - whether to pick someone who has more chance of...

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