<i>The United States has more to deal with than the fire of Ferguson and a failed immigration policy. But Washington has given no sign that Congress and the government were aware of their shared responsibility. An analysis.</i>
In Washington recently the talk has been of well poisoning and arson. With such [Read more]
“American history shows that freedom was gained through the barrel of a gun.”
These are the words a gun store owner said to me when I visited Colorado Springs, Colorado in early November. He showed me guns from the Revolutionary War and the U.S. Civil War, saying that it was thanks to these guns that the American [Read more]
Americans, and Republicans in particular, are furious with Barack Obama. They are calling him a dictator because of the announcement on immigration he made Thursday, Nov. 21, an announcement by which he managed to change the situation of about five million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. with only his signature.
<b>Now Is the Time To Share Our Opinions with the Government</b>
An assembly among the heads of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which consists of 12 countries, including Japan and America, was held in Beijing, China. Though Japan and America concentrated on the negotiations, they were unable to reach [Read more]
The Michael Brown decision surprised no one — and therein lies the cynicism of the system. The United States will never free itself of the string of predictable verdicts and predictable riots if it doesn't make society more equitable.
No matter where Americans look of late, Obama has projected an image of reluctance and not that of the leader of the indispensable country.
Obama’s refusal to acknowledge the way in which the disease of racism infects our entire body politic, along with its institutions, structures, and culture, is a tragedy.