I turned to the Guardian this morning after my Bad Hair Day yesterday, looking for inspiration but need not have bothered.
In today’s Guardian, some dear lady say that she gives the Communist Manifesto out as a gift.
Why does society have to be so divisive? Why does political posturing have to increase polarization and seek to indoctrinate?
I am trying to work out in my own mind my exact feelings about Meghan Markle’s Royal Knees Up and the role of the Royal Family in general.
Elaine Pearson (Australia director at Human Rights Watch) states that Australia’s lame response to Anwar Ibrahim’s detention was a mistake.
All radical and swift changes imposed on society began as Utopian dreams and descended into Dystopian horror. Need it always be so?
We must ensure that education is not slanted towards any political agenda and is concerned with providing what our children need to make a better world.
Class War in Journalism and Politics is alive and well. It is business as usual in Parliament and the news papers.
An end to “Conflict in The Middle East” is unlikely to be achieved by conventional and time worn solutions which have achieved nothing over the decades.
The mighty kings at the FANGs are the modern robber barons.
“The UK government’s education policies are damaging and benefiting the few. It’s time for a rethink.”
Do I have what it takes to be a Guardian Reader? I have always been desperately keen to say: “yes I am, I’m deeply socialist in moral and ethical terms”.
Every human should have the right to take his or her own life and the means to do so painlessly and swiftly should be made easily and openly available.
I do not read the news because it is repetitive, dispiriting, boring and irrelevant.
Racism is most often and probably correctly thought of as a modern phenomenon.
How has it come to pass that a tiny handful own the vast majority of this tiny spaceship we call the Earth?
The universe is infinite and contains infinite matter and yet we are still faced with overwhelming poverty and suffering on a global scale. How come?
There can hardly be a sight so little edifying as the Right Honourable Gentlemen of the House of Commons in full debate.
President Donald Trump: is he bad or simply an extreme example of vulgarity and brash showmanship?
Is Jacob Rees-Mogg Walter the Softy?
War has its origins in the very first animal life to evolve on earth.