About Digestible Politics

Digestible Politics is a plethora of independent information, in simple term, on politics. As a youngster I craved to have access to politics written in simple, digestible terms. So, here I am writing this to explain all political, and news related articles, in a way that the most novice reader could understand. Please feel free to debate on issues, criticise views constructively and present your opinion here, on my Facebook page and my Twitter, which are all in links below!

I hope you find this as interesting as I do writing it and feel free to share my posts and show your friends this page! This blog would be particularly useful to students of politics, both at school and university, and to those who just would like to become more informed and educated.

Thank you for reading and please follow me!

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*Disclaimer: if you are looking for in depth and complex analysis of political events then you are looking in the wrong place. The site is designed to provide a BASIC overviews in SIMPLE terms of political events. We write to provide a general overview of matters throughout the world and this was never intended to be a series of scholarly articles. Thank you!*

69 comments on “About Digestible Politics

  1. I share you sentiments. Political and economic subjects are often written in a way that turn off people. I like that you want people to digest your offerings.

  2. Thank you very much for your kink comments! It is something which I would like people to engage with more and if anyone has any queries with any political subject I would be more than happy to explain it to them in simple terms.

  3. I indeed LOVE this blog!! Most of my blogs are about politics and family which both are things that tend to make the world go bonkers!! LOL

    Blessings always!

  4. Thank you very much for your kind comments and there is anything that we can help you with feel free to contact us!

  5. azleader says:

    Anything that clarifies what politicians want to hide from us is a good thing

  6. kumadorian says:

    I like your blog and will be following with keen interest.

  7. Thank you very much ‘kumadorian’

  8. Guls says:

    Hi, thanks for stopping by and following my blog. Although I live in the UK I do keep an eye on politics in the US and elsewhere (I subscribe to Upworthy and Avaaz, amongst other online publications) so I’m sure I’ll find your blog informative. Off for a little browse, now…

    Take care,

    Andy.

  9. Argus says:

    I’ve often stated that “most people are too busy scratching a living to have time for politics”.

    So I too try to reduce it to simple ‘bite-sized’ terms. But I also find that most people will not accept that “everything is politics”. Ouch. Even the hamburger you snatch on the way to pay your taxes is politics. Nothing is separate from politics; should be but isn’t.

    Anyone who has the will to see for him/herself and tries to keep an open mind a friend. And now I’m off to explore—I suspect a kindred soul …

  10. shel29 says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I think it’s great to have a place to debate politics in sensible terms, and cut through the bs to the heart of the matter. Anything that adds clarity to the discussion is welcome.

  11. Thank you following Trade News in Brief, it a pleasure to make new connections! Bogdan

  12. illero says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog. I have “signed up” to follow yours, and look forward to future posts.

  13. JRE says:

    A great idea, politics can be made so complicated at times. Its useful to have it clarified so all can understand whats really going on and not be baffled by the poiticians self interested bs!

  14. mullicanpost says:

    Just thought I would say great site and keep up with the great work!

  15. Thank you for all these very kind comment! I am glad you are all enjoying the blog

  16. happypiggy88 says:

    Hi! Love the title of your blog! Thanks so much for stopping by and following my blog! I’ll trully make sure to check back frequently at your blog since politics isn’t my strongest subject. Always eager to learn more!

  17. Laws,, statutes and regulations are written in such a way to be understood by only the Legal profession, the common man must study Law in order to understand the legal language, correct me if I’m wrong, but I am assuming politics equally?

  18. Thanks for stopping by my Blog and I really like the work you have put forth so far. Also, its a great idea to make Politics more digestible for a lay person, especially with all the technical jargon and anomalies thrown around.

    Cheers

  19. cpsingleton42 says:

    Thanks for dropping by my blog! Look forward to reading your posts. Anything that clears the muddy puddles of politics is a good thing! Thanks

  20. The Citywide Mental Health Project says:

    Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog. It allowed me to meet yours. What I like the most about your blog is its sense of impartiality. It seems that you want the public to discuss the issues and be informed, without your own opinion been a ‘deterrent’. You have achieved that, as in the post about gay issues in Uruguay where your views are not flaunted but you ask the right questions. I guess it makes your blog different. Thanks, I’ll be stopping by regularly.

  21. middleagedhousewife says:

    Thank you for stopping by my humble little blog. Politics is indeed a strange and twisted thing. I love the concept of your blog. Making politics easy to understand is quite a task, but one that will make a difference in our ever turbulent world.

  22. jatwood4 says:

    Welcome to the family of readers of Diabetic Redemption. I am glad you’ve joined us, and I look forward to you joining the conversation. I have a Friends page, on which my readers leave information about themselves and their blogs. I hope you will do so, as well. Again, welcome!

  23. garnet92 says:

    Thanks for the “follow” and the visit. As you no doubt noticed, my blog is both serious and satirical. I’ve GOT to write some satire to rehabilitate my brain after writing serious political stuff – it keeps me sane. I’ll be looking forward to seeing more of your work. Thanks again for visiting “Pesky Truth.”

  24. makhdar says:

    Nice website, keep up the good work.

  25. Summit10 says:

    Politics is one of the rare topics that people find difficult for debate on and accept at least you can make it freeform and easier to digest.

    Thanks for the follow and all the best!

  26. Thanks for following my blog. I have done the same for yours.

  27. atridim says:

    Excellent blog. I am following. Thanks for following the Atridim News Journal.
    Captain Rick

  28. Anna Sting says:

    Thanks for following Young Researchers in Economic Governance!

  29. CVPhased says:

    Thanks for dropping by and following my blog. Appreciate it! 😀

  30. Harvey says:

    This is a great idea! Keep it going! Also thanks for your visit to “My View From the Center”

  31. biolojoie says:

    Thanks for the follow! You’re doing for politics what I do for science!

  32. Cobblestone says:

    Thanks for stopping by! Late for reading today – but I like what I see on a short visit 🙂

  33. Sukoshiyama says:

    As a youngster I craved to have access to politics written in simple, digestible terms.

    yeah, think about an answered prayer, or a wining lottery number. thanks. you’re a blessing and at the right moment. I NEEDED to know those terminologies, thanks for clearing it up. Now, iI only wish to have a purely objective blog or site about the past history record of those who are in power, that is in my nation that way, I’d pretty much know about their track records, which party they belonged to, if they shifter sides, scandals in terms of corruption or graft, plans done and basically a run through on those whom you are to vote. hahaha thanks man

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  36. Kate Larkinson says:

    Thank you for following It’s Good News Week .. and good to come across your blog .. will follow with interest

  37. goyethereforeblog says:

    Thanks for liking our blog. we shall also be following up posts here to learn and share with others.

  38. KittyChile says:

    I’m glad you stopped by my blog. It’s nice to find a source of (as far as I can tell) unbiased political information. I tend to not want to discuss politics at all, except possibly in jest, because people get so hot under the collar. Your blog seems to me to be a nice casual place to get perspectives 🙂

  39. frizztext says:

    and what could be the ideological background of the Boston Marathon attack, what do you think?
    greetings by
    http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/boston-marathon-reflections/

  40. Thanks for the recent like and follow of my blog. It led me to your interesting blog, which I am now following.

    I look forward to reading more of your posts.

    Happy blogging!

    Nancy

  41. militza says:

    Thank you for taking time to check out my blog and for following me. 🙂

  42. Thank you for the “like” and the follow. Much appreciated.

  43. Hi.
    Thanks for following my blog. I liked your post on Thatcher’s funeral. The balanced representation of the day was great.

  44. boozilla says:

    Wow! Thank you for your follow and for your intelligent presentation here- hope somewhat restored and look forward to reading more. Best wishes to you and your work!

  45. cate b says:

    Thank you so much for stopping by and liking my post……. 😀 I like what you do here.

  46. lfrancois says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog site. I appreciate the traffic. You are performing a wonderful service by breaking down political and economic issues simply for us common folks to understand better. I wish you continued success.

  47. obsfo says:

    Hi, and thanks for checking-out my blog and following. Hope you find some postings of interest.

    Regards

    John

  48. Dunois says:

    Thank you for following my blog. Should you ever desire a guest post by an International Politics major, I am at your service.

    Regards,

    Ghost Agenda
    http://www.ghostagenda.com/

  49. mstaylorfox says:

    Thanks for following my blog :]

  50. Word Wabbit says:

    You have a very interesting blog. Thank you for following mine.

    Cheers!
    WW

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