Freedom is not freedom when it denies others freedom.
From its founding as a colony until today, the United States has experienced few instances of intense class conflict. When asked what elements of unrest exist in this society today, perhaps 90 to 95 percent of people will mention racial conflict, particularly involving African-Americans.
The civil rights movement of [Read more]
Craig Ranch. Small, upscale residential neighborhood of McKinney, Texas, where green grass abounds and peacefulness is palpable. Situated not far from Dallas, McKinney had never gained any media attention except in late 2014 for winning the “Best Places to Live in America” contest by Money magazine. It only took [Read more]
The U.S. Supreme Court was thus simply conforming to international law and specifically to the status of Jerusalem [...] relating to the historic partitioning of Palestine.
There is controversy brewing due to President Park Geun-hye abandoning her planned visit to the United States from June 14 to June 19. On one hand, there are those who insist that the summit with President Barack Obama should proceed as scheduled. On the other hand, some are calling for the meeting to be delayed [Read more]
Everyone, except Washington, sees the unrest in this region as a single war.
Oh, how beautiful the sponsors of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association are, these paragons of virtue! They all, or almost all, welcomed Joseph Blatter’s resignation as president of the global football body on Tuesday, June 2, viewing it as a huge step toward transparency and the eradication of [Read more]
There is no Obama doctrine.
Soccer has become too serious a matter to entrust to a corrupt clique. The American justice system acted in some way on behalf of us all.