• Trump said on multiple occasions that "everyone wants to work in the White House it's a happening place". Why can't he find a chief of staff?

    Best answer: Accessory after the fact of Staff is a dead end job.
    Best answer: Accessory after the fact of Staff is a dead end job.
    19 answers · 13 hours ago
  • The Brexit vote is off,how long delayed for?

    How long is Brexit pushed back?
    How long is Brexit pushed back?
    12 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Do you support Israel or Palestine?

    My class was having a discussion. Who do you support? Please tell me why.
    My class was having a discussion. Who do you support? Please tell me why.
    34 answers · 2 days ago
  • Who is most likely to be impeached first: Trump, Pence, Gorsuch or Kavanaugh?

    Best answer: Based on relative probabilities, that would be Trump.

    However, there is no valid basis for an impeachment charge against Trump at this time.
    Best answer: Based on relative probabilities, that would be Trump.

    However, there is no valid basis for an impeachment charge against Trump at this time.
    14 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Britain's youth will never forgive us for Brexit, says Lord Heseltine, as he joins calls for second referendum. Is he right?

    Best answer: Probably. Young people were not raised with national pride like we were in the post-war decades. They see the world in different, more practical, more inclusive terms. They know that 'Little England' is indeed little on its own because they have never seen its greatness or witnessed the work ethic and... show more
    Best answer: Probably. Young people were not raised with national pride like we were in the post-war decades. They see the world in different, more practical, more inclusive terms. They know that 'Little England' is indeed little on its own because they have never seen its greatness or witnessed the work ethic and enterprise of its past. That is not part of their culture, and it is no longer part of UK culture so they are probably right.

    Brexit condemns the UK to a declining economy, reduced opportunities for our young people, devaluation of the currency and a constraint on the free movement and exchange if ideas and opportunities with our nearest neighbours. Our young people will not thank us for that.

    There is much wrong with the EU, its bureaucracy, its creeping federalism and its costs. On the other hand, we are stronger together and richer together. The reasons people (mostly older older or uneducated people) voted to leave the EU were largely to do with false ideas about immigration. Membership of the EU is the only realistic game in town. We sentence our young people to a significantly poorer. less secure life by leaving the EU. That is an appalling legacy.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • What good has europe done for britain?

    12 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Do you loathe British culture?

    I do. I find it degenerate, weakness-encouraging, annoying, imagination-stifling, closed-mindedness-encouraging, trivial nonsense-centred and infantile. It is a serious barrier to stopping people from mentally evolving into me.
    I do. I find it degenerate, weakness-encouraging, annoying, imagination-stifling, closed-mindedness-encouraging, trivial nonsense-centred and infantile. It is a serious barrier to stopping people from mentally evolving into me.
    9 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Should the UK remain in the EU?

    Best answer: far right chav brexiters have thrown UK off the white cliffs of dover without a parachute or safety net
    Best answer: far right chav brexiters have thrown UK off the white cliffs of dover without a parachute or safety net
    11 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Should Christmas be cancelled this year because of Brexit?
  • Should the UK apply to join the US after it's left the EU?

    Best answer: No, we should join forces with China and Japan because they are the manufacturing bases and we can share in their wealth and especially China's flourishing economy. They are set to dominate the world stage and Britain can be a part of that....and let's face it, Chinese people over here cause no problems and... show more
    Best answer: No, we should join forces with China and Japan because they are the manufacturing bases and we can share in their wealth and especially China's flourishing economy. They are set to dominate the world stage and Britain can be a part of that....and let's face it, Chinese people over here cause no problems and are much preferable to the creatures infesting our country right now.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this going to far?

    Is this going to far?

    9 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Do you think the "yellow vest" anti-globalist Revolution will spread?

    Best answer: It already has, but not a peep earlier on the bbc. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/belgium-netherlands-yellow-vest-protests-2018-12-08/ The people in France voted for a globalist banker, without a clue how to run a country. He has been lucky that the media are distracted by brexit but these riots show how unpopular... show more
    Best answer: It already has, but not a peep earlier on the bbc.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/belgium-net...

    The people in France voted for a globalist banker, without a clue how to run a country. He has been lucky that the media are distracted by brexit but these riots show how unpopular he is.

    Sadly people expect more than they contribute, sold a socialist dream but it is not achievable.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • WHY is Brexit such a bad idea?

    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Will the United States ever join the civilised world and abolish capital punishment?

    Best answer: I believe they will eventually. More and more US states are abolishing capital punishment, New Mexico, Illinois, Connecticut and Delaware have abolished it in the past 10 years, for instance. It'll probably be abolished all over the US and at the federal level within a generation or so, but states like Texas... show more
    Best answer: I believe they will eventually. More and more US states are abolishing capital punishment, New Mexico, Illinois, Connecticut and Delaware have abolished it in the past 10 years, for instance. It'll probably be abolished all over the US and at the federal level within a generation or so, but states like Texas and Oklahoma will be hard nuts to crack on the issue.
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Labour MP suspended from Commons for stealing ceremonial mace - should we tell him where to stick it?

    Best answer: He did not STEAL it - merely lifted it from its stand!
    Is Britain now about to descend into the cess-pit of Fake News like our benighted, god-blighted former colonials?
    Shame on you Sid!
    Best answer: He did not STEAL it - merely lifted it from its stand!
    Is Britain now about to descend into the cess-pit of Fake News like our benighted, god-blighted former colonials?
    Shame on you Sid!
    7 answers · 3 hours ago