North Carolina recently passed a piece of anti-LGBT legislation, which has since been derided across the US. Increasingly, prominent individuals and companies are boycotting the state, employing a tactic used to overturn similar legislation in Indiana. Will the boycott North Carolina campaign work? Continue reading “Will The Boycott North Carolina Campaign Work?”
Defying all expectations, Donald Trump is leading the race to become the Republican nominee for the US Presidential election, which will be held later this year. Considering how controversial his candidacy has been, just why is Donald Trump so popular? Continue reading “Why Is Donald Trump So Popular?”
Yesterday was Super Tuesday; the most important event of the 2016 US Presidential election cycle so far. So what happened on Super Tuesday and how will the ramifications of this game-changing day ripple through the contest going forward? Continue reading “What Happened On Super Tuesday?”
In a very surprising turn of events, US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died this weekend. This could change the face of the 2016 US general election, as well as American culture for the next decade or two, depending on who picks Scalia’s successor. Continue reading “Antonin Scalia and the Balance of Power”
Yesterday evening, the political world spun on its axis. It was the day of the Iowa caucuses and these all important votes threw up more than a few surprises. So just who won the Iowa caucuses? Continue reading “Who Won The Iowa Caucuses?”
Last week, the Republican Party held their latest US Presidential debate. Their leading candidate, Donald Trump, decided to trot out an old tactic and use the birther argument to take down his nearest rival, Ted Cruz. Continue reading “Donald Trump Turns to Birtherism…Again”
In a move that politics enthusiasts such as myself thought might never happen, recently US President Barack Obama introduced new gun control reforms. But is it a case of too little, too late?