On the 25th of May Ireland will hold a referendum on whether or not to repeal the 8th amendment, otherwise known as the ProLife amendment which is responsible for banning abortion in Ireland under virtually all circumstances.
John Gustavsson: Donald Trump announced an intention to slap a 25 % tariff on steel imports, as well as a 10 % tariff on aluminum imports. This may very well be his worst idea yet – and that’s saying something!
Gustavsson: How should the GOP should move on if there is a link found between Trump and Russia?
John Gustavsson: Apart from certain policy changes, here are a few ideas on how the GOP can ensure that its presidential ticket remains forever clown-free.
John Gustavsson offers eight questions that Christians should ask and have answers to before they support any anti-establishment candidate.
John Gustavsson explains how the false teachings of prosperity theology have led some Christians to support Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
John Gustavsson gives his reasons for supporting Fianna Fail Party in the Irish general election.
John Gustavsson: Having observed politics in Europe these past couple of months, I have realized that a zombie apocalypse may well be a real threat.
John Gustavsson explains how illegal immigration harms Mexico, and how Donald Trump could win the Hispanic vote.
John Gustavsson explains why unlimited immigration, what is currently seen in Western Europe and in the United States, has a negative impact on the economy.
Marx viewed religion as something negative to get rid off, and his followers certainly tried their best, criminalizing religion and killing millions.
John Gustavsson: It makes no sense for Catalonia, a region with a strong sense of work ethic, to remain part of a country most famous for taking naps.
Gustavsson: Members of Congress cuddle with Wall Street that largely controls K street. That is why I support a 12 million annual salary for congressmen.
John Gustavsson shares four things that conservatives need to understand about economics and about economic policy heading towards the 2016 elections.
John Gustavsson: Conservatism started off as an intellectual movement, and it is only as an intellectual movement that it can possibly succeed.
John Gustavsson: The political establishment will have to see that while neutrality may have served Sweden in the past, today you need friends to survive.