Michael Jackson was to pop what Obama is to politics. No other African American man had gone so far. African Americans revolutionized twentieth century music, but those who sold millions of records were the people that emulated them, like Elvis Presley, The Beatles or the Rolling Stones. Because of this, he was always [Read more]
Finally, eight months after the explosion of the world financial crisis, concrete measures were proposed and are being made effective by both Barack Obama’s administration and the European Union (EU), with an aim to reinstate state and communitarian control over the issuance and circulation of financial products. It [Read more]
The U.S. and Venezuela ambassadors returned to their positions after both of them were temporarily suspended, but neither one of them wanted to talk about the way they were sacked from their respective countries.
Both governments are aware that their ambassadors returned without resolving the situation that led to the [Read more]
On the evening of June 26th, the U.S. House of Representatives passed, by a narrow majority, a climate change bill designed to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Analysts believe that this bill’s passage is an important first step in the U.S.’s response to climate change.
<b>A Bill of Great Significance</b> [Read more]
No matter what the truth is about Michael Jackson’s personal life, historically, he was an H-bomb in the service of diversity, multiculturalism and equality.