Americans have pursued terrorism since 2001, but what we’ve really achieved is a great crusade without end, both in lives lost and profit gained.
At the G20 summit, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin joked about Russian subversion of the U.S. democratic process while that very thing was happening to Democratic candidate Kamala Harris.
Despite the lack of a home run in the Mueller report and the seeming absolution of the President, his impeachment should be our primary focus.
Donald Trump’s posturing to honor the flag while honoring the fallen continues the delusion that America was born on. That war, in all its forms, is good.
The general rhetoric is that Donald Trump is Adolf Hitler incarnate. The truth, however, is something far more awkward.
As the U.S. becomes more divided, will old battle lines be redrawn, pitting Americans against Americans as it was 150 years ago?
Beyond the insane headlines and moronic soundbites, sits an even scarier truth. America under Donald Trump isn’t that different from what it was before.
I think it’s safe to say that the costumed, albeit violent, Berkeley protest represents the culture war in the U.S. Confused, shallow, and vain.
Yes, we all cheered when one of the Trumps handed in his resignation, but the manner of Michael Flynn’s exit speaks of a rather bleak and easy to imagine future.
Barack Obama was a great father figure, an inspiration, and a great voice. But was he as great as we expected him to be? I say no.