You may not like him, but if he leaves the resolution of the eternal problem of North Korea as his legacy, then, strangely enough, the world will still have to thank him.
[A] certain world order which we were used to – for better or worse – has started to change.
If it were a military budget just by itself, the increase in U.S. defense spending predicted by Donald Trump for 2019 would be the third highest, only behind America’s own and the Chinese. We are speaking about the addition of $90 billion to the $610 billion revealed yesterday in the annual SIPRI report [of 2017 [Read more]
A trade war is something that has no winners.
In a trade war, everyone loses.
<i>Activism, which in its folkloric cyclothymia has come to be an extension of a fashion show, is, in its intolerance, the continuation of a totalitarianism that has suffocated us since the 20th century.</i>
They laugh. They photograph. Others write about the glamour of the “drag kid.” Yes, the model in the [Read more]
And what do we do to solve the issue of armed children? We arm the teachers to the teeth to make things more fair.
<i>The discussion around the Hollywood Oscars is a sign: In the name of "diversity," we are reducing individuals to groups of resentment and making these groups incompatible with each other.</i>
We are in Hollywood and pop culture awards season: the Grammys, the Golden Globes, the Academy Awards, etc. Lists of [Read more]
'In retrospect Sandy Hook marked the end of the U.S. gun control debate. Once America decided killing children was bearable, it was over.'
Take away from the equation the media follies of Donald Trump, such as the Mexican border wall or the splashes of childishness in the dispute with North Korea. Omit substantive suspicion (yet to be confirmed) about the connections between elements of the Trump campaign and Russia, and make an effort also to downplay [Read more]