Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei Mensah speaks to Umaru Sanda Amadu about the recent killings in the regions. Since January 2019, seven women have been murdered, including a community nurse who was gang-raped and murdered last week at Ayuom in the Ashanti Region.
Host Cliff Hughes features Member of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Sergeant Andrew Palmer, for his act of service while on duty at the Lacovia Police Station earlier this year.
Trans ideology, the Brexit negotiations and Germany’s populist revolt. Tom Slater, Ella Whelan, Fraser Myers, and special guest Bruno Waterfield, discuss. Start a regular donation to spiked: https://www.spiked-online.com/donate-to-spiked/
For years, the International Community has sided with the Palestinians, condemning Israel’s claim to the West Bank. However, under the Trump administration push for a peace deal, that appears to be changing. We will discuss the prophetic implication of this turn of events on today’s edition of End of the Age!
President Trump’s peace plan called the “Deal of the Century” is not just another peace plan. This plan is designed to end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict one way or the other. We will explain on this edition of End of the Age.
Deputado federal Osmar Terra (MDB-RS) fala sobre saída do governo Bolsonaro
Sinn Féin is poised to take power in the next Dáil after winning a strong mandate in #GE2020, but for many people questions remain over its relationship to the Provisional IRA. Today we attempt to sort through what we know and what we don't know on this question. Does the IRA Army Council still remain at the top of the republican political movement? If so, does it pose a threat to security or has it become toothless? And to what extent does it influence modern Sinn Féin? Simon Carswell is here to help. Plus, Sam McBride on unionist reaction to Sinn Féin's political success down south.
CWA's national town hall call to discuss the financial situation at Frontier Communications.
Our guest today is Wayne Hsiung, a lawyer and co-founder of Direct Action Everywhere, who is currently facing felony charges for recording animal abuse across the country. Anders Lee reports on a little-known story from American history in which a small group of plutocrats attempted to overthrow the government. Their big mistake was trying to bring the patriotic General Smedley Butler into their conspiracy. And Natalie McGill caps off the show by fact-checking a Trump administration official’s response to the story that her boss was trying to cut Medicaid.
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Not for a hundred years has the world’s eyes been on Dublin as much as they were this week. Sinn Féin – which means ‘ourselves alone’ in English – swept the past aside. Formerly derided as the ‘political wing of the IRA’ their support in recent times was strongest in the Catholic ghettos of Belfast and Derry, and their leaders’ voices were spoken on UK television by actors due to an edict by Margaret Thatcher to deny them the “oxygen of publicity.” But Sinn Féin’s recent success at the ballot box in the south of Ireland has left the governing parties Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael reeling. So, we invited Kevin Meagher, the former British Labour Party advisor and author of ‘A United Ireland: Why Unification is Inevitable and How it Will Come About,’ into the Sputnik studio to give his thoughts on Ireland’s future.At a seemingly snail’s pace the race to be the next leader of the Labour Party continues amidst acrimony, suspensions, and expulsions. Business as usual then! The Continuity Corbyn candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey is struggling with the weight of expectations, Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry with the weight of errors past and Lisa Nandy with the weight of weightlessness. Sir Keir Starmer is now the bookies red-hot favorite to win. So, fresh from Iowa, where he was observing the Democratic Party fiasco, is political analyst John McTerna – former adviser to two prime ministers, Tony Blair and Julia Gillard – who came into the Sputnik studio to give his take on what might happen.
Talking all things: slutty wandering lone wolves, Swiss banning gayness, transgender My Little Pony, saying farewell to Andrew Yang, and finally thoroughly debunking the idea that Pete Buttigieg is a moderate. Spoiler alert: not even close.