It’s hard not to agree with American professor Richard Wolff when he says the real disease facing the world is not Covid-19 but rather the failed economics of capitalism.
How dare Boris Johnson blame us for the mess he has created? His performance last night resembled a liberal out-of-touch headmaster trying to impose his authority over school uniform rules after some sixth formers have already torched the science block.
I wonder how many reading this column are aware of the United Nations General Assembly meeting of 9th September which debated and discussed the need for a coordinated worldwide approach to combating the serious health, social and economic effects of the Covid-19 global pandemic?
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced this week the reimposition of international sanctions against Iran. Trouble is nobody is listening to Washington's remonstrations any longer. Not only has the emperor no clothes, he's lost bullying power too.
Does anybody in British Politics ever take responsibility for their actions and mistakes and do the decent thing and resign anymore?
The ‘news’ that Star Wars Jedi star Ewan McGregor has shifted his opinion from opposing Scottish independence to enthusiastically supporting it, is welcome and indicative of the fundamental and irreversible shift towards Scottish secession from the increasingly ugly and nasty British Union.
Calls for a ‘second lockdown’ and even more draconian Coronavirus restrictions are growing from those who won’t be adversely affected if the economy is shut down again.
Amazing isn’t it? Western states vehemently demand sanctions on Russia over unproven and, frankly, tenuous allegations of assassination. Yet the self-declared leader of the Western world, Donald Trump, openly brags about ordering assassinations. And nothing but silence follows.
Halloween has been banned but there’s already a nightmare on Britain’s streets. Instead of trying to enforce the unenforceable ‘Rule of six’ to control the Covid spread Boris should meet up with Hancock and boot him up the backside and get this testing fiasco sorted first.
Julian Assange is a victim of torture, grotesque character assassination, and shameful judicial procedures that amount to vengeful persecution, not a fair and proportional prosecution.
The wildfires ravaging the entire west coast of America seem an allegory of the nation’s demise. Whole towns are being evacuated in a hurry before an unstoppable wall of fire. The country is going up in smoke.
The new domestic football season is upon us, in rather different circumstances to what we are used to. Who will win the Premiership title, and which teams are likely to go down?
Fifty years ago this weekend, the colt Nijinsky, named after the legendary Russian ballet dancer, became the first Triple Crown winner since 1935; no horse has achieved the feat since.
Leaning heavily on the words of two literary giants the Scottish National Party leader at Westminster, Ian Blackford, savaged England’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the House of Parliament.
Did Nigel Farage leave frontline politics too early? The answer in the light of the latest shenanigans over us leaving the EU and this transition period suggest that he did.
If Donald Trump was genuinely against “endless wars” – as he claims to be – then he would do the decent thing and call off the persecution of Julian Assange.
Since the launch on August 11 of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, developed by Gamaleya Center scientists, Russia has seen immense interest and expressions of hope from many countries and has received requests for 1 billion doses of the vaccine.
I don’t usually have any sympathies for unionist politicians in Scotland, particularly those who oppose not only the principle of independence but the democratic right of the Scottish people to decide their future in a democratic referendum.
New BBC boss Tim Davie should swop jobs with Boris Johnson. I’m joking, but only half-joking. Let’s compare and contrast the two leaders.