Welcome to two brand new series of blog posts- ‘Bare Facts’ and ‘Reviews for the Revolution.’
‘Bare Facts’ are a stripped back look at what is going on in politics and current affairs, with the intention of providing facts and objective truths. Hopefully it will be a useful basis for editorial blog posts in the future, but I hope that they will also be useful for you in your own day-to-day debates and defence. It’s always good to know exactly what you’re talking about.
‘Reviews for the Revolution’ are book reviews and analyses of political or politicised texts which I believe to be helpful or insightful to current political situations.
In times like these I find myself increasingly looking for new guiding lights and old words of comfort and inspiration.
Continue reading “New Directions”
This is the first in what I suspect might be a new series of posts. I’m trying to write up a ‘bare facts’ representation of what is going on in on-going political scenarios, with the intention that I can use the info in future blog posts. It also could be useful for you in your own day-today debates and defence. It’s always good to know exactly what you’re talking about.
So today I’m outlining some of the basic terms and ideas behind Trump’s recent ‘Immigration Law.’
Continue reading “Bare Facts: Executive Orders, the Trump Muslim Ban and refugees in America.”
It’s difficult to find the time to sit down with a good book during the holidays, but if you’ve doled out your cards and crossed off all your lists, then why not unwind with a holiday-themed read from this list?
I’ve already uploaded part one, with books 1-6, here.
Continue reading “The 12 Books of Christmas – part two”
At this time of year, after the presents are wrapped and the festive food is laid to cool on the proverbial ledge, it’s nice to unwind with a festive book. This is a list of twelve books that were inspired by, or otherwise depict, Christmas- including a few that you can share with children.
Today I’m uploading 1-6, so look out for part two, with numbers 7-12, tomorrow.
Continue reading “The 12 Books of Christmas – part one”
Ideological purity is very appealing to a certain type of person. It means that you can engage in something, feel part of a cause or a movement far grander than you are alone, and it gives you purpose.
Continue reading “Pity and Piety: musings on third-party voting”