The opinionated part of Forge Press.
October 29, 2017
Justin Trudeau may be attractive, but is he effective?
Canada’s Justin Trudeau has been in office for two years now – elected in October 2015 – and ‘Trudeaumania’ shows little sign of fading.
October 28, 2017
The celebration of evil on Halloween is not harmless fun
Those who celebrate Halloween fall broadly into two camps: those who know nothing of the event’s occult connections; and those who simply don’t care.
October 14, 2017
Celebrating Thatcher’s death ‘just seems cruel’
My Facebook timeline could easily be mistaken for a Maggie Thatcher Haters Club.
October 14, 2017
Communism is ‘the most destructive delusion since the French Revolution’
If people are not people, there is no moral consequence to their harm when it is for the ‘greater good’.
October 12, 2017
Should faith schools exist?
In our latest edition of Opinion Debates, we asked our contributors whether faith schools should…
October 7, 2017
Society keeps Miss-ing the mark: use the right title
She is the Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham Yardley, previously worked at Women’s Aid, and is a proud and outspoken feminist.
October 6, 2017
Can Vince Cable really bring the Lib Dems back to power?
The Liberal Democrats’ tainted reputation from the Coalition Government puts Vince Cable in a delicate position of trying to restore the popularity the party had once.
October 4, 2017
Is the term ‘chav’ intrinsically classist?
The term ‘chav’ has become an accepted piece of everyday slang. It is thrown about to describe the way people dress, act and where they live.
September 24, 2017
Could you be friends with someone with different political views?
We recently asked if you could be in a relationship with someone whose political views…
September 23, 2017
Bisexuality needs to be ‘embraced’, not ‘erased’
I am and always have, as far as my memory takes me back, been attracted…