<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]
America is indeed great again by the civilized way it has been resisting an unimaginable president.
The Hollywood which applauds Oprah's speech is the same one which applauded Roman Polanski when he won the Oscar for best director for the film “The Pianist” in 2003.
For all bad reasons, we cannot escape the conclusion that 2017 is the year of Trump because even as a negative power, the U.S. still sets the global agenda.
Flynn is going to talk, and he’s going to tell everything he knows.
The Trump administration says it is a matter of principle. “We decide who is allowed to come into our country. The approach in the New York Declaration is not compatible with U.S. sovereignty," the administration says. Nonsense. The New York Declaration is a vague description of intentions, a "disappointment" for all [Read more]
It is difficult to imagine a president more narcissistic and less responsible.
The two senators [Murkowski and Collins], along with the historic McCain, demonstrated that Donald Trump’s autocracy will not find an open path.