political satire

You know what they say: "All close-minded things must come to an end." Or, wait, is it, "Don't cry because it's over, be
Following this week's huge controversy over inauguration crowd sizes, a new media storm has erupted over hand sizes, with
2016 is the year that will re-style the world and make Vogue's 'September issue' look nothing short of an A6 flyer for a
My next Edinburgh show is going to have elements of satire. Why you ask?! Because I fear it may be dying out and people no
Go on, take a bite of my deep fried haggis, you know you want to. It may have taken two divisive referendums but Westminster
Coming up in Season Two of this election, there is loads more fun to come. With more passion and more sparks. Actual sparks, and probably actual fires, there will be plenty outside both party conventions in July.
The star of this grotesque circus is wealthy older man Donald Trump; who believes that being a famous, rich, white, racist, sexist qualifies him to be voted in as the 45th President of the United States during the election this November, while masterfully showcasing all that is wrong in the land of the free at the moment.
Compared to UK politics in particular, this leadership contest gives new definition to the idea of fringe candidates. For those who think Jeremy Corbyn is the fringe of his party, when compared to this lot, he looks a diehard Royalist.
Last week was the first Democratic Presidential Debate, featuring Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and three other stand-ins from the extras department. I stayed up until 4am here in the UK to see all the action.
Even if she manages to check all her luggage Hillary Clinton has the additional burden of proving she is an Actual Human Being. Fairly or not she comes across as an overprotective, secretive, control freak. And in a constant media bubble perception matters. In polls people do see her as experienced, intelligent and super hot (I think she is) but not truthful or relatable.