Oppose Article 13

BY JAMIE FOSTER On June 20th the EU Parliament will vote on the new Copyright Directive. Contained within the proposals for the directive are two articles that could have a chilling effect on the way the internet operates. Article 11 provides for a ‘link tax.’ This is a tax payable every time anyone links to another source. The idea behind it is to ensure that … Continue reading Oppose Article 13

Catharsis

BY MAHIMA SHARMA Longing for their Love, rips my heart apart… Smiling through pain…trying to perfect this Art! As the clouds swift past the Moon, the longing creeps in…. As the wind caresses my hair like Mum, My heart sings the lullaby to the Moon…the one my Granny used to hum, The two brightest stars, they say, are my Granny-GrandPa, Grown up I am, but … Continue reading Catharsis

Trump V CNN

BY JON ALEXANDER For years, regardless of your political affiliations (if any), the general public has grown tired of Politicians.  “You can’t trust any of them”, “they’re all as bad as each other” amongst many comments spouted over the years.  Whether we accuse them of lying through their teeth, being too smarmy or refusing to answer a question in that politician kind of way that … Continue reading Trump V CNN

The Diminishing Importance of MSM

BY JON ALEXANDER Well, it’s finally happened. The MSM (Mainstream Media) have just had a major reality check and realised that their importance has been diminished. They all took a side in 2016 politics and one side in particular has been hit so hard it’s unlikely it will recover.  Donald Trump’s press conference last week was a masterclass in trolling and it left the left-wing press … Continue reading The Diminishing Importance of MSM