Following Donald Trump’s election as POTUSA, The Big Smoke’s political analyst cuts to the heart of why people believe the democratic process went so wrong.
It looks like the fat lady is ready to belt one out but as the hours wind down, a new poll suggests Donald Trump may still win the election.
The importance of the FBI reopening their investigation into Hillary’s email server cannot be overstated, for if found guilty, impeachment is merely the tip of the iceberg.
In case of Trump victory, break glass. There are four reasons the Donald is not done – don’t say we didn’t tell you so.
Well, the First Presidential Debate is upon us. For those who have steeled themselves to sit through it, there’s a drinking game that goes along with it. We recommend you print, then laminate the rules. You political party animals, you.
As far as the polling numbers go, Donald Trump is losing big. Perhaps. Do those numbers have any meaning whatsoever? Absolutely not.
I’ve clearly tried too hard to wring meaning from Trump’s political campaign. Given his past, it’s so obvious. Real obvious.
Identity politics, a victim fest, the greatest hits of Trump and the last(ish) stand of Bernie. If you thought the DNC would be sensible, yeah nah.
As Phil Collins put it, one more night! The only thing left to do was properly anoint Trump and set moderation aflame.
During the penultimate day of the GOP convention the crowd turned on Ted Cruz before turning on the waterworks. Poor Ted.
It was a night for Donald Trump, and everyone else who opposes Hillary Clinton. Our chief political analyst sat through the entirety. His idea.
We sent our chief political analyst to cover the GOP convention (from his loungeroom), so you didn’t have to endure it. You’re most welcome.
In a week of tragedy across the US, anticipated inflammatory remarks from Donald Trump have been replaced with an unusual restraint. Is this a new Donald Trump?
In part three of our What’s Nexit? series: the response to the Brexit challenges not the result of the referendum but the democratic process which achieved it.
With racism one of Brexit’s main narratives, part two of our What’s nexit? series asks: what will the conversation surrounding immigration sound like, moving forward?
One Brexit enthusiast hatched a plan that if the Remain people won, his petition for a 2nd referendum would come into play. Too bad his side won, and now it’s being used against him.
With the vote now old news, we move onto what’s next, in our three-part series. First up, the lasting economic effects of the Brexit
The transgender bathroom furore is about inequality, but it is also the inequality you choose to see, and choose not to.
When Hillary Clinton comes calling in November, will the Bernie voters come over, or will they turn Trump?
Donald Trump is something new in politics, right? Well, not as such. For those who ignore the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it.
What links the Brexit, Scottish Independence and the Greek austerity measures? Threats against independent action. In short, neoliberalism.
If Bernie Sanders can effectively utilise the Panama Papers, they could be the key to the front door of the White House.