“’We must create a global community that works for everyone … ’ Mark Zuckerberg’s letter-manifesto is packed with good intentions and ideas that are often commendable, sometimes questionable, and almost always general. It was posted online to realign Facebook’s trajectory in an era in which its original [Read more]
The United States. February. I'm walking the streets of a dirty, sloppy, neglectful New York; its many brutalized tramps are rummaging through the garbage. On one side, the homeless who sleep in doorways, and on the other, the ever growing presence of Chinese bric-a-brac stores which are replacing the shops that used [Read more]
The homeland of the technological giants that dominate our hyperconnected era is where the West is making a last ditch effort against the raging barbarity of nationalism.
During the election campaign, Donald Trump had already announced a rearmament plan meant to bring the Pentagon’s budget back to levels reminiscent of the most violent years of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Under the slogan “Make America Great Again,” Trump promised to bolster defense. More specifically, this [Read more]
<i>If Congress approves his request, the required amount will be collected by reducing federal spending on environmental protection against industrial abuse and on welfare programs yet to be determined.</i>
In recent weeks, Donald Trump has chosen three generals for some of the most important posts in his [Read more]
Here are two pieces of terrible news for anyone who was expecting, given the preconditions, a rapid reconciliation between the Kremlin and Washington: the resignation of General Michael Flynn, national security adviser and the closest man to Moscow from Donald Trump’s entourage, and the White House’s statement on [Read more]
For Trump, the businessman with a craving for TV and social media, Hollywood will always be an easy target.
Trump already displays enough “emotional instability.” ... He does not need another mentally unbalanced man to stand by his side 24/7.
<i>Only “Dreamers,” who arrived as children, are safe</i>
<i>New and stricter rules for illegal immigrants; immigration officers, customs officers and border police will deport anyone who is guilty of even the most minor criminal offenses. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program remains intact.*</i>