Politics

The Murky Truth of Britain’s Green Energy

While the burning of biomass is already a key part of Britain’s energy supply it is also positioning itself to be a key supplier, pushing other countries to follow it’s example and switch from coal to biomass.
With the sustainability of burning of biomass already a hot topic, is the Britain’s search really about protecting the environment or more about profit?

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Usury: Tool or Torment?

The practice of lending and borrowing are necessary in a community, but at what point does it become too much? Interest rates and debt are not new to society, but the acceptance of the questionable morals behind such practices are new.

Join us as we run through a history of Usury, from a tool of social cohesion to one of social control.

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Ahmaud Arbery – Thoughts on Another Day in America from TCC

With the release of a video on tuesday showing the killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, US, another statistic is added to the list of unarmed black men killed by armed white men in the United States. In this most recently published case a vigilante ex-cop, Gregory McMichael saw the 25-year-old Ahmaud jogging past their…

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White Collar Terrorism

Up until even the very recent past, extremist regimes looking to suppress ideas and quell dissent could do so with relative impunity. If they had the manpower and enough shovels.

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The Unspoken Leviathan

Published directly after the victory of Oliver Cromwell’s Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, Thomas Hobbes’ treatise of man, Leviathan, was seen by many as justification for the past nine years of bloody battle. In it, Hobbes argues that to stop man descending into the selfish and wanton creature that is his natural state, a…

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Building a House or a Home? – The UK Needs to Decide

The UK, we are constantly being told, is in the middle of a housing crisis. In some cities it’s worse than others with local councils making pledges to build thousands of affordable homes all over the place. A House of Commons report from March 2020 estimated a need for 345,000 new homes per year, a…

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The Loss of Liberty in an Age of Freedom

Recent law changes in Republican states indicate that a larger change is coming regarding the landmark abortion rights case of Roe vs Wade.
But far from just limiting the rights of women to access abortions, this will be an attack on women’s rights to vote in the United States of America.
The US has a history of disenfranchisement and this is just the next chapter in a republican wave that is not likely to stop here.

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