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The Digital Walled Garden: A Price on Entertainment

“The internet is a copy machine. At its most foundational level, it copies every action, every character, every thought we make while we ride upon it. 595 more words


Prayers and Council Meetings

This week, The Supreme Court ruled that religious prayers should not play a part in city politics. The city of Saguenay, Quebec, used to begin every council meeting with a Catholic prayer – however, this practice has now been stopped. 260 more words

Sudan Elections- A Primer.

By Eleanor Kennedy- https://twitter.com/globalelections

Political System: Authoritarian State. 

13,000,000 registered voters, 11,000 polling booths over three days.

Sudan is a country famous for desert and civil-war. 2,868 more words


Editors commentary: Showing our weaknesses

The West is beginning to show it is vulnerable.

And people like President Putin of Russia and extremist groups like Islamic State know it.

Recently the defence secretary Michael Fallon warned that Russia would test Nato’s resolve in the Ukraine and that it is likely that President Putin will soon seek to destabilise the Baltic States. 176 more words

Hot Off The Press

Thoughts on Indiana's Religious Freedom Law

Steven Crowder Video: 

With Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act, conservative commentator Steven Crowder pretended to be gay and went into Muslim bakeries to demonstrate Islams discrimination of the LGBT community, in an attempt to normalize the bigotry from christian businesses. 2,090 more words


Choice of Words (my two cents on the Clean Reader app)

I have closely followed the Clean Reader furore which recently occurred. According to its website, the purpose of the app was to allow readers to decide the way books should be. 1,307 more words