The Occasional is a political commentary service aiming to encourage serious debate regarding major political topics and hopes to provide a rational perspective of what is taking place, with a major focus towards the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Europe, but will look to touch upon the politics of the world as a whole.
WE ARE NOT A NEWS SERVICE. We are not here to give you the latest news but will discuss some of the major topics after they have happened and when greater facts have been learned. We are not here to tell you what to think, we are here to encourage debate and discussion to ensure that politicians are held accountable by ensuring the electorate are aware of the finer details of their speeches, their bills, and their actions.
Founder and Editor-in-Chief –
Danny Clarke founded The Occasional in order to encourage debate and discussion on politics and social issues he felt were not done, allowing an exploitation of electoral ignorance towards how politics is handled allowing politicians to attempt to reach outside their limitations without sufficient oversight.
Danny covers topics covering the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada and the European Union.
Australian Correspondent –
James-Robert Knight joined The Occasional soon after its founding to work with Danny in order to help highlight social and political issues within Australia as well as other parts of the world.
Middle East Correspondent –
Roi Asher Gerszkoviez
Roi Asher Gerszkoviez joined The Occasional soon after its founding to work with Danny in order to help highlight social and political issues in the Middle East as well as other parts of the world.