The murder of Michael Brown, the verbal zigzags of the police, and the riots that followed in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson throw a reality that is as sociological as it is political into sharp relief: the rampant institutionalization of racism 50 years after the fight for civil rights.
Situated 20 minutes away [Read more]
The fact that Ferguson is not an isolated case is being overlooked.
There, only a few are successful in overcoming the invisible walls of their intellectual ghettos; only a few make it into the world of universities, steady jobs and guaranteed earnings.
Ann Coulter: the "conservative Republican" who is only embarrassing both Republicans and conservatives. I do not understand how she has managed, if not for her controversial aura, to make the headlines of U.S. media and even write books on political opinion under the racism of the new millennium.
But then I remember [Read more]
<i>The president of the U.S. issued a regulation that will legalize millions of illegal immigrants. It would be an obvious rebellion against a Congress that blocked the amnesty for years.</i>
"This will be one of the most important decisions of Obama's second term, which will influence how he will be judged in the [Read more]
<i>The scenes of rioting that began August 9 in Ferguson, Mo. look like many others. Historian Thomas Snegaroff, however, is convinced that the violence has a different significance.</i>
The rioting that has been taking place every night in Ferguson since Michael Brown, a black 18-year-old, was shot in broad daylight [Read more]
I have re-examined Nixon's book "Real War" and in his writing a find Nixonian judgments that are solid and that in the present context could be applied to the dynamics of balance of worldwide power.