Bailey Steen Writer

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. 

Published Content

Hollywood's Long And Sick Defense Of Roman Polanski

Tarantino is in the hot seat this week for old comments on the Howard Stern show regarding Polanski, but he's far from the only celebrity who has defended him.

Trump Tax Bill: Hang Onto Your Bonuses, It's Downhill From Here

Don't get it twisted folks - the Trump tax cut is a corporate con-job, where the added national debt and increased taxes for most Americans far outweighs those thousand dollar bonuses.

YT Flagging "State-Sponsored" Videos Is Faux Transparency

State-sponsored video flagging pays lip service to the demand for news transparency, but there's more to the whole story of who finances news outlets.

Google Fires James Damore, Then Repeats His Talking Points

Google's executive team had no love lost for James Damore's infamous memo, but it didn't stop them from essentially repeating his talking points.

In A 180, Trump Would Be Willing To Reconsider TPP

Trump changing his mind on TPP would likely bring him heat from both the socialist left and the nationalist right.

2018 Midterms: Both Parties Hoping The Other Will Screw Up More

The Democrats are hedging their bets on the GOP's bad policy and governmental failure, and Trump is claiming it might not be as bad for the GOP as people are predicting.

Nazi Sympathizer Threatens To Go On Shooting Spree At CNN

Brandon Griesemer is apparently a repeat offender, making similar threatening phone calls to the Islamic Center of Ann Arbor around September 2017.

NSA: Sorry We Deleted Evidence That Might Incriminate Us

The potentially incriminating evidence being deleted is in violation of a court order, but would it help you to know it was an "accident?"

Schumer And Trump Are Playing A Dumb Game On DACA

Trump and Schumer continue to flip-flop on deals regarding the border wall and a clean DACA bill, and supporters of the deal are losing patience.

3 Million Americans Lost Health Insurance In Trump’s 1st Year

According to new Gallup data, over 3.2 million fewer American citizens have health insurance since Trump took office; the largest single-year decrease in coverage since 2010.