Theresa May: A New Start for Britain?

Theresa May is a new entity. Like any other politician she will be loved by some, hated by others, and tolerated by most. She has policies I don’t agree with, policies I do. I wonder how long she will last considering her technically-not-elected status. But I hope she does well, not from a pro-Conservative perspective, but from a feminist one.

Protest votes don’t push revolution

A political revolution is long overdue, and it is fast approaching; the overwhelming support for Bernie Sanders proved that. However, throwing away your vote as a form of protest will do nothing to help the revolution, and might just help the antithesis of the progressive movement become President of the United States.

The War on Citizens

Through the 1980s and 1990s, federal and state governments increased sentences, limited parole, expanded the War on Drugs, and militarized the police. The predominant attitude, held by both conservatives and liberals, was that criminals and addicts were an enemy who needed punishment instead of rehabilitation.