It seems that the West has collectively found an ally in the representatives of Salafi Islam, particularly in the Middle East.
This might seem an impossible combination. At first glance, it would appear that the West, with its secularist and notoriously pro-human-rights rhetoric, has nothing in common with those who [Read more]
The Wall Street Journal says that Russian spies were creating in the U.S. a network of children-agents. According to the U.S. officials, the spies busted two years ago, among whom was Anna Chapman, were recruiting their own children to become agents. The details were told to radio hostess Anna Kazakova by the [Read more]
The United States will mourn repeatedly for the victims of shootings carried out by madmen. The responsibility for these events, however, hangs over the entire country.
China and the US share many things in common, and only better mutual understanding can make their ties stronger
A week after the Colorado massacre and its shocking total of 12 dead and 58 wounded, what is the correct measure of audience interest in seeing “Batman: The Dark Night Rises” in a theater?
On the one hand, there is the caution clearly reflected in a poll, which shows that one in four viewers in the United States [Read more]
Guns are not meant to misfire, but to shoot a bullet in the right direction, and pierce a human being’s flesh in order to take their life away.
The Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States – which dates from 1791 – guarantees people the right to keep and bear arms. "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
In this time of the shooting [Read more]