Bailey T. Steen


Bailey T. Steen is an Australian journalist, editor and film critic. Bailey’s career started as a weekly film columnist for the Melbourne based site Janks Reviews. Growing tired of emerging extremists on the political left and right, his work was soon published on the political outlet Newslogue, writing to an audience of ten thousand. Bailey covers world politics, political extremism, and new media issues for TrigTent. 


3 Major Takeaways From Zuckerberg's Congressional Testimony

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 20, 2018 9:49AM

In the wake of Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony over Facebook's involvement in the 2016 election, there are a few key issues worth discussing. 

Protection Groups Accuse YouTube Of Illegally Collecting Children’s Data

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 16, 2018 11:08AM

A coalition of more than 20 online advocacy groups has filed a complaint with the FTC, arguing YouTube has been illegally harvesting the data of child users. 

Judge Rules Corruption Case Involving Trump’s Hotel Will Face Trial

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 14, 2018 11:27AM

A federal judge has proceeded with the lawsuit against President Trump alleging he violated the Constitution’s emoluments clause via his Washington, D.C. hotel.

Ivanka's Fashion Brand To Be Spared From Impending U.S.-China Trade War

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 12, 2018 11:35AM

The Trump administration's claim that tariffs on clothing would consumers is not without merit, but this is far from the only convenient conflict of interest Ivanka is embroiled in. 

Trump’s War With Amazon: Valid Points Mixed With Blatant Hypocrisy

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 9, 2018 3:43PM

There are legitimate concerns in President Trump's rants about Amazon, but he overlooks the role his own corporate tax cuts have made in furthering the tech giant's dominance.   

ICE Exploiting Private Facebook Data To Track Criminal Suspects

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 6, 2018 11:37AM

The dust hasn't even settled from the Cambridge Analytica scandal and Facebook is already in hot water again over its use of private data, this time concerning immigration. 

Prestigious University Organize Workshop To Combat “Christian Privilege”

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 5, 2018 3:48PM

According to a new report by The College Fix, George Washington University is investing time and money into workshops to teach students that America is full of “Christian privilege.”

The Case For An Internet Bill Of Rights

  • Bailey Steen
  • Apr 3, 2018 5:40PM

An internet bill of rights is being suggested by Justice Democrats candidate Ro Khanna and we should listen. 

Women’s March Lose High-Profile Members Over Louis Farrakhan Problem

  • Bailey Steen
  • Mar 31, 2018 10:27AM

High-profile leaders within the Women's March have been criticized for their ties to Louis Farrakhan, and they have reacted defensively to being called out. 

Google News Initiative: Establishment Media’s $300M Welfare Cheque

  • Bailey Steen
  • Mar 30, 2018 9:53AM

Google has decided to make amends with media establishment, announcing their $300 million investment in what they claim will support “high-quality journalism and work to discredit “fake news."