Thomas Sloman discusses Bernie Sanders’ recent resignation in the upcoming US elections
Courtney Jones examines Joe Biden’s prospects of becoming the next president of USA in November.
As the dust settles after one of the most extraordinary elections in American history, the hot takes as to why things happened as they did have only just begun. Many will try and reduce the result to ‘economic anxiety’ motivating white working-class voters. Others will blame right-wing media outlets for consistently fanning the flames of […]
They don’t have to love her. They just have to vote for her”, explains Matt Bennett to the Financial Times in an optimistic yet cynical tone. It remains to be seen if this maxim has been truly adopted by Hillary Clinton staffers and volunteers, who, for all their optimism, are hopelessly reliant on her new […]
(Note: This interview was conducted before Hillary Clinton secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination) While he may be better known as the elder brother of Bernie, Larry Sanders is no stranger to political activism himself. Growing up in Brooklyn with parents who were, in his words, archetypal of the post-war, New York Jewish […]
Bernie Sanders is the educated version of his lesser leftist twin that the UK has been laden with. He is a very impressive man. In the 1960s he was an active campaigner for civil rights and, since then, he has gone on to prove himself across different public positions, from the Mayor of Burlington to a Senator […]
Two weeks ago, gun control was thrust back into the limelight in America after yet another college shooting, this time at Umpqua Community College, where 9 people were killed. As Obama said in his national broadcast, these shootings are becoming all too familiar. So why does the self-proclaimed “greatest nation on earth” not do something […]