Jane Caro believes that the US Presidential election is not a battleground of clashing ideologies, but of gender roles in the new century.
With spotlight in the US presidential race focused elsewhere, Frederick Johnston sheds light on the gratingly familiar moves of Hillary Clinton.
New TBS scribe Nicholas Harrington describes the current relation between the US and Russia, and how Putin’s political freedoms bring jealous ire from the West.
In this week’s Long Reads, Richard Jackson highlights the finer point of Obama & Netanyahu’s relationship, Hillary relationship with the Democratic supporter base and a man who was lost at sea (without a volleyball in sight).
Those wisened wordsmiths from DownUnder-Current are here to sum up the week that was in the US Political landscape.
Rob Idol is back for his summation of the US Democratic Date, the post-mortem on Parramatta and a momentous day in movie history.
Alexandra Tselios likes what she sees in Carly Fiorina, but feels she needs to be more consistent to be relevant. And to stop making videos.
Donald Trump is now the leading Republican presidential candidate. Exactly how did this happen? Rob Idol has a theory.
It’s the big news of the day, at least if you’re a political geek like PB – Hilary Clinton has announced her tilt at becoming the first female President of the US, and it’s all about “family”.
Rich Jackson fights his own “Clinton rage” as he profiles Among the Hillary Haters, a piece about Hillary Clinton and the rocky 2016 US Presidential Road ahead, as part of this week’s Long Reads.
Yes, there is a connection between Hillary Clinton, OJ Simpson and cults…no, it’s not what you think – they’re the focus of Richard Jackson’s Long Form reads.