To clarify, the short answer is: no-one. To date, no woman has officially served as President of the United States. In fact, Kamala Harris (featured) is making history, as the first female, first black, and first Asian American to be Vice-President. A momentous achievement, just 232 years since George Washington’s inauguration, and subsequent all-male successions.... Continue Reading →
With lockdown extending into indefinite dreariness, I wanted to reminisce over a trip I enjoyed to Brighton last year. Personally, I am of the belief that, whilst the city does have much to offer, the surrounding countryside and South Downs are an underappreciated gem. My outing swept me away for a mid-week, during a brisk... Continue Reading →
The natural environment has been invaded by 'micro-plastics'. Climate change is bad, and getting no better by the day. Even worse, the narrative continues to be hijacked by interests with vested futures in destroying the environment. Unbelievably, both those statements have somehow become controversial. The politicisation of climate change has inhibited the action that can... Continue Reading →
No one should doubt that COVID-19 has been utterly devastating. It has ravaged populations and wrecked an entire generation. But this question relates to the wider impact of lockdown, supposed cure for the disease. Has it instead worsened the outcomes of a pandemic it was designed to mitigate? Evidently, we were ill-equipped to manage the... Continue Reading →
Join our hero, Vance Howler, free-lance detective extraordinaire, as he tackles a case like no other.
The ‘Precariat’, a term first coined by economist Guy Standing, refers to an emerging, multi-dimensional class in society, forced into an unstable relationship with employment. People who, through no fault of their own, but as a by-product of the global capitalist system painfully birthed into the 21st Century, cannot obtain secure work. The Precariat itself... Continue Reading →
Ever felt that creeping sensation of being watched? Appearances are not what they seem. When a man’s reflection becomes possessed by its own life force, he is compelled to embark upon a journey of discovery, testing the limits of his bravery.
Whilst enjoying a quiet evening in their new home, a couple are suddenly struck by a horrifying realisation...
Last summer, I was lucky enough to explore Madagascar with Frontier, on the small island of Nosy Be. The project primarily involved marine conservation, though I also participated in their forest rejuvenation scheme, all whilst fully immersed in the wonderful environment and culture. Most of my time was spent on a beach camp, the beds... Continue Reading →
Often, people like to complain they no longer know which words they are allowed to say anymore. They present these forbidden words as some great calamity, caused solely by over-the-top political correctness single-handedly destroying freedom of speech. As if the words are no longer appropriate for no reason, omitting the unfortunate and exclusionary history distilled... Continue Reading →