The austerity narratives of deficit reduction are everywhere, but the facts show that this is a false story deployed cynically to decimate the welfare state and the reduction of taxes for the super-rich.
US viewers rarely want to engage with the class problems going on in society right now, but they do like to see the rich and famous look bad on television.
Astute viewers may note parallels between the tarnish on the gilded age of Downton Abbey and our own class problems today.
Organic fanatics are condemning millions of people to, at best, lives of penury and squalor – and, at worst, to death.
Without Caine how far would Bob Hoskins, Gary Oldman and Ray Winstone have progressed in their careers?
O’Connor’s Rhonda is infuriating, pitiful and sexy as she meets with her case manager, Gail.
When your wallet is already a site of ruin and cataclysm, you will get the magazine drives.
Cancer can strike or you can slip and fall. It’s arbitrary. You can’t buy your way around it.
Ted Kennedy ultimately believed his role – his responsibility – in the US Senate was to give voice to the voiceless.
The way our economy has shifted, we no longer have clear class divisions, yet we do have an upper class that has concentrated its wealth greatly.