By David Malcolm When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union back in June 2016, it set off a chain reaction that left the country just as divided as their American cousins. While it has been mostly overshadowed by Trump on the global stage, it’s an issue that
By David Malcolm Every leader needs a deputy beside them, a close ally and friend to lean on. Behind every sheriff, bringing order to the Wild West, there’s a faithful deputy willing to put their life on the line. They help keep order and provide a sense of balance to
By David Malcolm One of the worst things about Christmas is how anyone can make sense of the six days between Christmas and New Year. After the presents are unwrapped and the turkey is eaten up, it’s simply a matter of counting down the hours until we can watch some fireworks
By David Malcolm British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered one of her first defeats as Prime Minister in a key vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill by just four votes. It is one of the first major defeats that her government has suffered on the issue of Brexit after
By David Malcolm You have to feel sorry for Roy Moore in the Philippines. One wrong click and suddenly, he’ll be accused of sexual harassment. A similar situation happened with Theresa from Bognor in the UK who was mistaken by Trump to be Britain’s Prime Minister. Even worse, she was
By David Malcolm Nothing makes me question my faith in humanity like a news report about another shooting in the United States. It scares me because I have good friends in the States and I always worry that one day, they will be among the victims of another mass shooting.