In its policy of global domination, the U.S. has brought destruction to the four corners of the world, feeding conflict everywhere it thinks its interests are at stake.
'The idea that everyone in Brazil can be denied freedom to communicate the way they want is very scary in a democracy.'
The American people still ask, could a large-scale group attack like those in Europe be repeated on American soil?
The digital revolution is a phenomenon that is here to stay ... Nothing can stop it, no matter how much totalitarian governments try.
The battle over the iPhone of the San Bernardino assailant that puts a significant part of Silicon Valley and the U.S. Department of Defense in opposition might go all the way to the Supreme Court. Apparently, the topic of discussion seems to be the privacy of citizens across the whole world, but let’s try to [Read more]
Where’s the hope and change that many in the U.S. call for every time some crazy gunman strikes?
The immediate threat, of course, is neither Islam nor radical beliefs. It is the weapons that kill people.
The global rise of trivial anti-Americanism is a dangerous trend, and not just for Americans.