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

Why Did So Many People Believe The President Watches A Gorilla Channel?

It’s concerning that Trump’s resistance is so bad at their only job that they give legitimacy to the president’s narrative of “Fake News.”

Fired And Furious: Steve Bannon Forced Out Of Breitbart News

Once described as "the man who, more than anyone, holds Trump's ear," Steve Bannon is now not only out of the White House, he's out of Breitbart too.

Fire And Fury: Trump Passed On Bolton Because Of Mustache

Michael Wolff's inflammatory new book 'Fire and Fury,' seem to confirm the 2016 rumor that Bolton was passed over for national security adviser because of his mustache.

Hillary Clinton Is Four Investigations Deep In Trouble

As to which scandal you’re up to speed with, and which investigation could see the president “lock her up,” it’s perfectly normal if you’ve accidentally begun to muddle them all in together.

San Fran SPCA Used 'Robo-Cops' To Scare Away Homeless

In response to the public outcry over these robo-cops the organization promised it would introduce “a more fully informed, consensus-oriented, local approach” to their future use of security robots.

Political Winners And Losers Of 2017

As 2017 draws to a close we thought it would be a good idea to wrap up this confusing year by analyzing the victorious and defeated figures in the realm of politics.

Justice Dems Boot Cenk Uygur For 18 Year Old “Sexist” Posts

This is not the makings of adult principles of maturity or forgiveness, or even the makings of their own progressive values which would require believing people can change.

Sarsour Accused Of Ignoring Employee's Sexual Abuse Claims

Linda Sarsour has been accused by former employee Asmi Fathelbab of ignoring sexual abuse against her during her time at the Arab American Association.

Google To Hire 10,000 To “Police Extremist Content” On YouTube

As we've seen with other social media platforms, what is and isn't considered extremist content can be wildly open to interpretation.

Australian PM’s New Bill Could Jail Journalists & Whistleblowers

Changes to the Crimes Act of 1914 could see intelligence whistleblowers and even journalists facing up to 20 years in prison for “disclosing classified information” to foreign powers.