In the lead up to the presidential inauguration Luke Holmes documents the life of President-Elect Trump. It would be true to say that you cannot go anywhere without hearing the name Donald Trump. The man who was elected by the United States of America to be their 45th President and the first republican in the White House since George Bush. We seem to have grown … Continue reading Trump: A Biography Built With Brick and Mortar
Ryan O’Neill reports on the haphazard and theatrical Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The astonishing rise of “Donald Trump – The Politician” broke new ground last week. At the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio the oft-quoted “presumptive” GOP nominee moniker officially became that of confirmed nominee. Hillary-hating, tales of humble cornfield beginnings and a motley selection of speakers marked a suitably eventful RNC … Continue reading RNC: #Trump2016 Takes Centre Stage
With #BlackLivesMatter, #AllLivesMatter, #PoliceLivesMatter, it’s become hard to gauge what lives matter, and what lives are worth trash. Of course unless a title like Black Lives Matter isn’t suppressing other non-black lives, but rather bringing attention to some dilemma that needs to be solved. As seen by the other two twitter hashtags some people are opposed to the cause. So what is the cause? The … Continue reading Who’s Lives Matter?
Eoin McSweeney, speaks with Jonathan Goldstein, an expert on US firearms law, about the recent mass shootings occurring across the country and how gun regulation can be improved. “The first of our kind has struck fear into the hearts of America. His cries have been heard, even by the President. This is only the beginning. The Beta Rebellion has begun. Soon, more of our brothers … Continue reading Catch 22: An Investigation into Gun Regulation in America