This is great, but no-one speaks Cornish and no-one ever will, and Cornish nationalism is not a thing that exists. Having said which it is on the real-life UK wikibox as well, so I might be fighting a losing battle here.
By the year 2100, regional nationalism is a big thing in the Autonomous Communities. You get at least a dozen sub-vernacular of the same regional dialect in each little area, since they're all mostly self-sufficient.This is great, but no-one speaks Cornish and no-one ever will, and Cornish nationalism is not a thing that exists. Having said which it is on the real-life UK wikibox as well, so I might be fighting a losing battle here.
Gideon Windsor proposed the Union Jack be replaced after the 2092 Municipality Referendum, as he claimed "the sun has finally set on the British Empire." The colours are meant to symbolise the island sky/sea (blue) and the new anarchist way of government (black).What's the reasoning behind the flag?
NGL I think if a Jewish man professing socialism takes office in the US, the Republican candidate against him is probably not going to be Nikki Haley.
Been thinking about this and I think I have the perfect compromise;A Trump rerun in a scenario where he lost in 2016 doesn't make a lot of sense to me. He wouldn't have nearly the same grip on the GOP if he was branded a loser.
Why would Bernie 1. swap VP's half way through, 2. pick someone closer to his own state instead of a distance to balance the ticket?I will be the negative guy here, and point out that Bernie will probably have to pick a moderate like Duckworth to appease the establishment.
Lee has more experience, is from a further state to balance the ticket, is ALSO a woman and a POC, was the only one to vote against the Iraq War, and was former chairwoman of both the Progressive and Black Congressional caucuses. She ticks more than enough boxes, not to mention Duckworth, while good, wasn't born in the US, so she can't technically be VP, right?I meant choose Duckworth (or someone in that mold) in 2016.