“You pick the one, right tool.” -Anton Chigurh, No Country for Old Men
Are you afraid of heights? You might not be but someone you know probably is. In fact, it is estimated that 1 person out 15 suffers from acrophobia.
The social democrats have received a large influx of new members over the past few months. The small party is just under six years old but had been growing steadily since its inception.The social democrats are known for being in tune with what the public are thinking and engaging in productive, positive politics.As the left of politics in Ireland grows and more parties emerge what is attracting people to this young, socially democratic party.
“I Predict a Riot”. 17 years after The Kaiser Chiefs’s single was released, the song rings a familiar tune as it did 1 year (Birmingham Riots) and 7 years (London Riots) after it.
Last Thursday the heads of the EUs most dominant right-wing populist parties; Mateo Salvini, Viktor Orban and Mateusz Morawiecki met in Budapest for exploratory talks. After which they concluded that Europe must return to its traditional values. It’s hard to define what the three men mean by ‘traditional values.' The closest we can get to the definition of "Traditional Values" are comments made by the Polish Primeminister who stated that “We cannot forget the roots of European integration. Freedom, sovereign states and the family are core values.” Salvini, Orban and Morawiekci also announced that they will cooperate closely and focus on forming a broad document which will propose their solutions for the future of Europe. The three have already announced that they hope to meet again in May, this time in Warsaw.
Guyana is a South American country on the North Atlantic cost, defined by its dense rainforests. With a population of only 782,766 according to the World Bank, it doesn’t necessarily seem like the place in which business would thrive. Present day Guyana reflects its British and Dutch colonial past; it is the only English-speaking country in South America. Since its independence in 1966, Guyana’s main assets have been its natural resources, which include rainforests, sugar plantations, rice and gold.