International

Privatization

The Case for Privatization of Indian Railways

"An operating ratio close to one suggests complete negligence and a marked disregard for profit maximization. But that is all right since the Indian taxpayer will always be around to foot the bill."
bernier

Bernier Announces New Party; The People’s Party

Earlier today at a press conference in Ottawa, Maxime Bernier finally announced the name of his newly minted party that will be running for...

May Shows Her Colours & Royals Cough Up To US

Relationship With EU Post-Withdrawal Settled The UK and EU have settled on terms for their relationship post-Brexit and will be finalized this weekend. Prime Minister...
china

Chinese New Year Brings Tensions With Taiwan

This week in Asia we follow a lot of the usual suspects. A UN report indicates a startling discovery of North Korea’s nuclear situation, China...
brexit

Brexit: If There Is Hope, It Lies With The Proles

We dissidents have the impression of being a plucky minority amongst a pack of wolves. Everyone seems to be against us. But that’s only...

Obamacare Out, White House Staff In

Our healthcare laws could see a rapid change, end-of-year staff shake-ups continue in the White House, and another funding deadline means another shutdown threat....
jussie smollett

Jussie Smollett Indicted & Democratic Candidates Grow

"th progressive support so splintered, maybe there’s an inside track to the nomination for the former Colorado Governor. His name ID also isn’t terrible, with it being floated last year as the possible counterpart to a John Kasich independent run." Writes Andrew Bartholomew in this week's news roundup.

Provinces Meet, Stats Canada Controversy, & The Axe Man

Big moves being made by provinces and even more controversy from the Federal government. From a government initiate data breach to intergovernmental fights here...
china

Malaysia Goes Nationalistic, & Cotton On The Moon

"The news this week is quite spicy compared to other weeks as we’re looking at two things involving China and the passage of a nationalistic law in Malaysia." This week's is a good one!
War

What Makes a Just War?

"War is a terrible thing. It is commonly said that military action should be the last resort, yet it is not treated that way." On this anniversary of D-Day, let us remember the sacrifices made and the horrors face by those caught up in war, and the atrocities that inevitably follow its wake.

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American

For years talking heads, political scientists, and that weird neighbor that collects a lot of military surpluses have been loudly talking about a coming...
Greta Thunberg

The Ideology of the Mob

For weeks now, violent riots have overtaken American cities across the country. Hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage has already been done,...
Jay's Execution

Where Do We Go From Here?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last four years, you might have noticed that the United States has been experiencing more...