[T]he United States, under Donald Trump, makes little effort to hide its disdain for Great Britain.
[F]or the first time in history, non-Hispanic whites have ceased to be the majority in children under the age of 10.
The truth, according to the mantra in the paranormal phenomena program “The X-Files,” is out there. In Donald Trump's world, it is hard to find.
Trump has very little time to avoid the uncomfortable situation of finding himself one nuclear warhead away from Kim Jong Un – he has maybe a year.
The symphony of horror comes from the implicit mockery of the individual's dignity—though he be the assassin of an 18-year-old—chained to a delayed death because of an executioner’s clumsiness.
The scandal is a factual, metaphorical and timely clone of Watergate.
<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]
After 10 months in office, Trump has pruned relations with Cuba to the point that only a stunted trunk remains.
<i>It seems that in the United States, it has been assumed that good people should live on high alert.</i>
Several years ago, as a newcomer to the University of Iowa, I signed up for a training course in how to survive and face violent events called “Violent Incident Survival Training.” It is a kind of course [Read more]
<i>They began in the church, but now the scandals even reach the U.S. Congress.</i>
First, and for many years, they were unique to the Catholic Church. A few weeks ago, they erupted in the world of Hollywood. The media have followed suit. And now comes politics —particularly the U.S. Congress and the Senate — [Read more]