US President Donald Trump’s recent declaration that four Democratic congresswomen of colour, Ayanna Pressley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, should “go back” to their countries was another reminder of his blatant racism and sexism. Three of them were born in the United States, and the [Read more]
[T]his is not a harmless culture war ... It is not a quarrel on Facebook. Rather, it is a development that worries the Norwegian government.
Gillette, which for decades has delivered tired clichés about men, tried something different for once.
<i>A sordid world of exploitation</i>
He was the favorite in the 1988 Democratic primary. According to observers, he would win comfortably, until the spring of 1987, when the media began looking into his suspected affairs. The candidate denied the allegations, which he described as a dirty Republican strategy, and [Read more]
Any male candidate who didn’t have him dead and buried would be dismissed as a wimp. But Hillary has simply had to suck it up.
The Democrats turned their National Convention into a celebration of diversity, unity and trust, rejoicing in the fact that they have chosen a woman to lead them.
The complaints about the lack of diversity, both in front of the camera in a late night show and in its team of writers, are repeated like a broken record at the start of every new season.