With Britain going to the polls, The Somniare backs the Liberal Democrats. They are the only internationalist, economically sensible, centrist choice to choose from. Continue reading Our View: Vote Liberal Democrat
With France going to the polls today, The Somniare is in support of liberal and pro-EU candidates.
In the future – if humanity hangs on long enough to have one – you will be asked where you were when a sexual offending, sexist, tax cheating, serial lying, racist, repeatedly bankrupt reality television personality was knowingly elected as … Continue reading Analysis: Trump becomes president as supporters select their own demise
Well here we are, on the precipice of something truly unpredictable and immensely impactful. Who would have thought we actually made it? If it feels like its been more than a year… it has been more than a year, but … Continue reading The Bellwethers: What to watch for and expect as America votes
Bringing a giant influx of people into public places has more benefits than what’s immediately apparent. It’s great for business, and you can bet restaurants and cafes are capitalizing on the craze while it lasts. Pokemon Go has certainly been … Continue reading Pokemon Go Improves Public Places
Corbyn is killing the Labour Party. Despite a doubling of membership to over 500,000, it appears this reinvigoration of Britain’s left wing has been misguided and unrealistic. While its seemingly positive that young formerly apathetic socialists are becoming politically active, their … Continue reading Tory lead increasingly insurmountable
The United States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world. That this should be the case in the richest country in the world indicates that there is a chasm between policymakers and the poor, the vulnerable and incarcerated. … Continue reading Mass Incarceration – Life at America’s Mercy
For the last time, I don’t have a boyfriend! I’ve just spent a month at school in Japan. As one might expect, there were a lot of differences to adjust to. But the slippers, squat toilets and afternoon cleaning sessions … Continue reading Japanese exchange: School Chronicles
Us Australians are well known for a fair dose of larrikinism. Our humorous attitude and sometimes downright idiocy has earned us a (not altogether favourable) name overseas. But what strikes me as strange is that we insist on fabricating elaborate … Continue reading We don’t need dropbears – the real Australia’s weird enough!
Some would have us believe we are fighting a ‘war on terror’, but what counts as terrorism? Perhaps offence is in the eye of the beholder, writes Isabeau Schindler. Listening to a speech which described the terrorists who attacked Paris … Continue reading Standing up for your beliefs? It’s a fine line between bravery and extremism