There is one cause for perplexity though, and it lies with Mark Zuckerberg’s motives.
<i>The massive tax cut will disrupt monetary policy, boost the deficit over the next 10 years, and impact the euro</i>
The tax cut proposed by Donald Trump and passed by both chambers of the United States Congress is a reflection of the president's megalomaniac nature and his lack of concern for matters as serious [Read more]
[T]he law passed by Congress ... does not reform anything at all. It just further polarizes a country already divided in half.
<i>Those in positions of power simply cannot comprehend what is going on around them: they find themselves in enclosed environments that prevent them from seeing just how corrosive persistent inequality and the gap in opportunities between the rich and the poor really are.</i>
We are living in unpredictable times, [Read more]
Since Barack Obama came to power in 2009, racism’s proverbial match seems to have been lit once again within a country historically marked by slavery and segregation.
When confronted with important everyday issues, Americans must now decide whether or not to interact with people that are substantially frustrated with current political realities.
Sanders and his supporters have no intention of retreating. They believe they are changing the course of history, regardless of the race results.
Is this really America? Is the “border fence mindset” really that widespread in the United States?
Sanders ... could manage to identify America’s great wound: the arrogant tyranny of the rich.