Perhaps everyone's impression of American police officers is like that of American TV characters: They are paragons of justice. On top of that, guns are legal in several places in the U.S., so the number of armed civilians needs no further discussion. To protect police officers, you would think that police cars would [Read more]
They’re not yahoos themselves, and don’t want a yahoo for president. They certainly wouldn’t want to be blamed for putting a yahoo like Trump in the White House.
Wherever he goes, the arrogant and ambitious Ted Cruz seems to leave a lot of bad memories behind him … and very few friends.
After what Obama said, it is no longer acceptable for us to take the position that “we’ve been fooled” by this kind of crafted talk and that we need to consider the matter.
If the Republican Party wins back the White House ... the party’s off-putting disclosures on the campaign trail regarding foreign policy views on trade, security and counterterrorism are enough to make one tremble with fear.
Recently, the quintessential American organization, Committee of 100*, hosted its annual meeting in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and its program included a panel on “Economic Espionage — Spies or Stereotypes.” At the meeting, Chinese-American scientists Xiaoxing Xi and Xiafen Chen described their experience of [Read more]
“A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.”
This sentence is usually attributed to the legendary CBS news anchor Edward Murrow, best known in Brazil because of the movie Good Night, and Good Luck (2005) directed by George Clooney. In 1954, Murrow was in charge of the team responsible for the [Read more]