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Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Elena Rider November 9, 2016 1

Well, it looks like Donald Trump has clinched it. So, how? How did America’s answer to Sir Philip Green – a dodgy tycoon-come-reality-TV-star who is completely inexperienced in politics and entirely lacking in the

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Why the Republicans Will Hold Congress

Why the Republicans Will Hold Congress

Alexander Fiúza October 2, 2016 0

Beneath the excitement of the US Presidential elections are the similarly important but far less reported elections to the House of Representatives and the Senate; the victors will wield immense power over the future

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Donald Trump Is America’s Nigel Farage

Donald Trump Is America’s Nigel Farage

Lee Jenkins September 10, 2015 0

A pinstripe-clad firebrand is whipping up anti-immigrant sentiment, flaunting his business background in juxtaposition to the professional political class who’ve lost touch with their roots and have no grasp of the real world. In

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The Divided GOP

The Divided GOP

Backbencher April 23, 2014 0

With just under two years to go until the Iowa caucuses it may seem early to talk about the 2016 United States Presidential elections, but that hasn’t stopped the Republican Party from kicking things

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Chris Christie: A Bridge Too Far?

Chris Christie: A Bridge Too Far?

Backbencher January 11, 2014 1

Chris Christie may have – just – saved himself, but has he saved his campaign? US politics has a strange phenomenon known as the Invisible Primary, the period of time before the actual primaries

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US Government shutdown will be resolved quicker than you think

US Government shutdown will be resolved quicker than you think

Backbencher October 14, 2013 1

If a compromise is not reached in four days, then the USA will default. However, game theory suggests that this is highly unlikely. It also suggests that the Republicans will be the ones to

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Government shutdown is indicative of the problem with Washington

Government shutdown is indicative of the problem with Washington

Backbencher September 28, 2013 0

The current stalemate between Congress and President Obama seems to have reached an irreversible impasse that will likely lead to the federal government closing its doors next week. It is often said that national

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The Real Winner of 2012 Was The Ron Paul Revolution

The Real Winner of 2012 Was The Ron Paul Revolution

Olly Neville November 10, 2012 8

The Ron Paul campaign’s strategy throughout the Republican Primaries was to play the long game, use the complicated system to their own advantage, taking delegates while not winning in the ‘beauty contests’ that were

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