Labour has formed a coalition of chaos among its own membership and voters. Corbynism is squatting on a time bomb of visions of Britain’s future.
The world of entertainment is experiencing a renaissance, as artists, musicians and comedians rush to fight back against the forces of populism.
Andy Ngo is a University of California, Los Angeles alumnus. He is a graduate student at Portland State and a freelance journalist. Shortly before this audio interview, he made a recording of a student speaking on Islam at “Unpacking Misconceptions” at Portland State University. Based on his reporting, he was fired by the Portland State University student newspaper, the Vanguard. He wrote an op-ed in the National Review about it. The Vanguard wrote a response to it after this audio interview. He can be reached through Twitter. Here is his recounting of the event and aftermath.
Progressives everywhere can take heart from Emmanuel Macron’s victory in France, but what relevance does it hold for progressives here in Britain?
“More people worship the rising sun than the setting sun,” a young and ambitious Roman general is said to have quipped to the ageing dictator Sulla.…
The House passed the AHCA bill, which represents a shift in wealth from the poorest households to the richest. This might be a political ‘win’ for Trump:it is a loss for representative democracy and goes against his promises made during the election.
The Government of Azerbaijan hosted the Fourth World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in coordination with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO).