Since pro-democracy protests erupted in the territory in late September, Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung has maintained that universal suffrage,…
Did he actually say that?
The city has shelled out more than $200,000 to store a homeless woman’s belongings — enough to have set her up in a swanky Manhattan apartment for years. Andrea Logan’s possessions have been locked…
Two leading political philosophers, Sheldon Wolin and John Ralston Saul, explore the corporations’ slow-motion coup d’état and the prospects of financial collapse and revolt.
With the U.S. on high alert for the appearance of ebola, the news has pulled over to the side of the road every time someone shows up at the emergency room with ebola-like symptoms.
But given that only Thomas Eric Duncan and the two health care workers he infected have thus far actually tested positive for the virus, the Associated Press is being cautious with how it reports suspected cases of ebola, lest the coverage distort the actual spread of the virus.
It’s what we should expect from the two parties–failed leadership. Sadly there are still some who believe the current occupant of the White House has been successful. He, like Bush, should never have become President.
Although Shepard Smith works for FOX News that did not keep him from being responsible and telling the truth about Ebola. He mocks those who are unnecessarily frightening Americans. He doesn’t, of course, criticize his networks role in the fear mongering. We can forgive him for that. He did the right thing.
This is what America has become: a drunken police state. If this had been blacks rioting several of them would have been shot dead.