One Year of President Biden: A Progressive Revolution or an Uninspiring Façade?
Amidst a pandemic, economic crisis, and increasing political polarisation it is fair to say that President Biden has faced a difficult first year but has it really been a progressive revolution, or was it just an uninspiring façade?
Sharp dialogue and a killer cast – The Trial of the Chicago 7 reviewed
Aaron Sorkin’s latest film, The Trial of the Chicago 7, returns to a familiar period of US history through a well-constructed courtroom drama
Trump seizes narrative of victory as Republicans retain Senate majority
The Democrats flipped the House of Representatives, but American politics remains bitterly divided as the Republicans extended their Senate advantage
Newfound popularity for President Bush
America needs a real opposition to Donald Trump, not the plastic exterior of President George W. Bush’s recent resurgence in popularity
How the Democrats normalised mass deportation
America is too late to stop the normalisation of President Trump’s views and actions on immigration. With bipartisan efforts, it happened long ago
My Political Hero: Tammy Baldwin
Emma Bean tells us why Tammy Baldwin was one of the most heroic names of 2012