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Blair Inc. and the Middle-East Holocaust

Did he really stay up musing all night long lying beside his wife Cherie, ‘What’s the matter dear?’, ‘I just don’t know whether to invade Iraq or not?’, ‘Well you’re the Prime Minister.’ As Cherie turns over and falls asleep leaving Tony to twiddle his thumbs in the darkness. 513 more words

Creative Writing

Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center

Concerned first and foremost with intersectionality, a brief, stark, incisive tract that is another introduction to feminism. Better than most post-second wave works, a call to embrace mass global feminist movement, spotlighting hooks’ characteristic linguistic construction: “feminist movement” and NOT “feminism.” The distinction is patent, a focus on praxis not theory, despite its title. 103 more words


Yo Momma: Private School Edition PMQs 29/06

What a week. 

We’ve voted to leave the EU, David Cameron has resigned, Corbyn’s leadership capabilities are under suspicion, and our economy is in a constant state of disarray. 1,050 more words


Clear and Present Danger

In our society, gun control is often framed as an infringement upon our second amendment right- an attempt to strip us of our scared constitutional liberties. 3,773 more words

Political Writing

He's the Guy They Called "Deep Throat"

On this date in 2005, Vanity Fair publishes an article revealing that Mark Felt, a former FBI special agent, was the whistle-blower known as “Deep Throat” in the Watergate scandal.

Publishing History

Mr. Hope and Mr. Change: The State of the Union

A few days ago, President Barack Obama addressed a joint session of Congress for his last foreseeable time. In his seventh and final State of the Union address, POTUS employed an unconventional approach while talking with the American people. 963 more words

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FSO Scholarship Entry

Economic, Social, and Political Policy Consequences of the Refugee Crisis in Southeast Asia

While the world watches the refugee crisis in Europe or the United States’ political debate on their border, a decades long crisis, encompassing hundreds of thousands of innocent people and harboring systemic ramifications to US interests in the region, continues to worsen in Southeast Asia. 1,365 more words

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