Monthly Archives: November, 2020

    Trump’s Vow To Veto The NDAA May Prevent Us From Learning That We Are Not Alone

    According to White House, defense, and congressional sources, President Trump is threatening to veto legislation to fund the military, which might become one of his final acts in office. We investigate how this might affect the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force and the disclosure of information on UFO's.

    Wordcolour’s Playful Electronic Sound Echoes a Cinematic Past

    With clubs closed and events cancelled, 2020 might seem an odd year for a film and TV composer to take strides into club music, but with two E.Ps released a few months apart one artist is doing just that.

    CIRCA 2020: Cauleen Smith and the Journey to a Better Future

    Cauleen Smith Inspires Action in the Empty Spaces of a Post-Pandemic Society

    The Lost Prince: Part I – The New King of Ashenmore

    The New Kingdom of Ashenmore is the first chapter in The Lost Prince Saga, which explores the age of the reign of King Tamburlaine III.

    Should We Be Worried About Mandatory Vaccines Or Government Coercion?

    Should we be worried about mandatory vaccinations or the governments attempt to carefully coerce its citizens to take the vaccine through restricted travel, jobs, benefits and taxes?

    System of a Down Reunite After Fifteen Years – With a Message

    System of a Down, fifteen years since their last full album release, have just come back onto the scene. However, they have not returned simply to flog their music but bring an important message about their home country Armenia.

    Trump’s Battle With The Courts: A Breakdown of Each Lawsuit by State

    Donald Trump is targeting the certification of votes in key states in an effort to overturn Joe Biden's victory and maintain his presidency for a second term. We take a look to see how this is shaping up.

    A Reflection of Horror

    Bella had lived a distinguished life. She had always tried to do the right thing, attending demonstrations, writing provocative articles for high-profile media outlets, and putting all her spare energy into setting the world right on social media. However, nearly fifty-years after her death she would see all her efforts crumble before her.

    Mary Wollstonecraft: The Mother of Feminism and Her Naked Statue

    Why people are talking about the new statue of Mary Wollstonecraft on Newington Green (hint: it’s naked).

    Give Them An Inch And They Will Take A Mile

    The Treasury has recently been reported to be exploring methods by which they can replace lost fuel duty and vehicle excise duty (VED) with a pay-per-mile scheme. Is this really about the UK becoming 'green' or is this just another veiled attempt at gathering your data?

    The Future of the Pacific: Will America’s Relationship with Taiwan Falter with a Joe Biden Presidency?

    What will happen to countries within the Asia Pacific countries, such as Taiwan, in a Joe Biden Presidency? Will his policies relating to China alienate these less powerful regions or will he look for support in a world which looks like it may soon turn cold?

    The Sound of North Korea: The Moranbong Band – Kim Jong-un’s Answer to the Spice Girls.

    The all-female group, Moranbong Band, who are also known as the Moran Hill Orchestra, were founded in 2012. Each member was hand-selected by the country’s supreme leader Kim Jong-un in an effort to culturally modernize North Korea and was ‘prompted by a grandiose plan to bring about a dramatic turn in the field of literature and arts this year in which a new century of Juche Korea begins.’

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