Policing The Unpoliceable: Has Coronavirus Legitimised Brexit?

Just under a year ago, I wrote an article for this outlet,…

DANKULA GOES FREE: Reaction From the Twittersphere as “Nazi Pug” Funnyman Avoids Jail Time

I woke up this morning to some good news from the UK.…

FLASHBACK: Nazi Germany Pursued Finnish Man Over Hitler Saluting Dog, But Didn’t Press Charges

First off, I want to thank Mrs. Nora Ralph for her post…

WHOOPS: Antifa Attacks Sargon of Akkad Event & Catches a Beatdown

It’s certainly not a slow news day. News is coming out of…

STREAM: UK Election LIVE Starts @ 4:30 PM ET/9:30 PM UK

Join me and a cast of characters as we cover the election…

British Authorities Were Warned About Manchester Bomber’s Radicalism Years Ago

I don’t know if it’s right to be too hard on the…

The Best Thing Jeremy Corbyn Could Do for Labour’s Election Prospects Would Be to Resign ASAP

I’m a political fiend, but admittedly I’m a bit more well read…

EVERYBODY HATES ANJEM: Social Media Celebrates Choudary’s Terrorism Conviction

Today has gotten off to a great start for me. I awoke…

The EU Has Two Choices: Listen to the People & Reform, Or Disintegrate

Confession time: I actually used to be a big proponent of the EU. I was aware of the obvious problems, but I thought the achievements (long-term peace in Europe, war between Germany and France having become unthinkable, EU aid helping make the likes of Spain and Ireland more prosperous, and EU-required reforms making Eastern European countries modernize) more than made up for the organization itself being notoriously undemocratic. Europe was for a long time peaceful and prosperous, and the EU seemed to be a contributing factor to that.