Conspiracy theories exist largely because of mainstream media’s lies. So when that same media admonishes the theorists, it’s a case of the pot calling the kettle suspect.
Good morning, class. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Assange packed his bags, Ewan McGregor chose life (over Piers Morgan) and Trump “didn’t” call for an investigation into the process that made him President (good call).
On Wednesday, a poll was reported that would change the US election. Over a day later, it has passed without comment. We dug a bit deeper and something smells.
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.
As Phil Collins put it, one more night! The only thing left to do was properly anoint Trump and set moderation aflame.
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?
Despite the platitudes of two of the more responsible political voices, Messrs. Sanders and Corbyn, underneath all, they are still politicians.
The video of Paul Ryan’s endorsement of the man he was likely to replace at GOP nominee, Donald Trump, says more than his words claim. The ayes have it.
When Hillary Clinton comes calling in November, will the Bernie voters come over, or will they turn Trump?
This week, Malcolm declared his millionaire budget, Trump saddled the GOP elephant and Egypt named their most dangerous terrorists…Tom and Jerry?
We love exposing the weak in the world. This week it included the Pope in the US primaries. Let’s all point and laugh quietly amongst ourselves
If Bernie Sanders can effectively utilise the Panama Papers, they could be the key to the front door of the White House.
Morning! Hot off the electric presses, Long Reads features the brains behind Trump, a summation of the Panama Papers and celeb club appearances.
The week you just endured: the electric car for every man, Donald Trump against every woman and a Turnbull for…we’re not quite sure who?
The term “populist” has been thrown around the US election to negatively describe both candidates Trump and Sanders…but, what does it mean?
Trump has taken the US election standards back to school, a fact obvious in the comparable Electoral College figures from Obama 2012 – Nicholas Harrington
Some weeks pass without note. Others, you feel that the world may end. This week was the latter, headlined by Trump’s Stump. Oh dear. – Rob Idol
Following on from his previous piece on the vast gap in voter turnout, Nicholas Harrington has analysed Super Tuesday – and it’s not good.
Missed the political subtleties of Super Tuesday? Well, you won’t find it here. We have who won, where and by how much. Plus insanity.
Super Tuesday is upon us – a crucial date in the US election calendar that can make or break a Presidential nomination. But, what is it?
Trump’s ability to yell his way to the White House is juxtaposed with the increased silencing of the US transgender community in this week’s Long Reads – Richard Jackson