Even before President Trump’s latest outrage against the nations of Africa (along with Haiti and El Salvador) referring to them vulgarly as [expletive deleted] countries, whose people should not be welcomed as immigrants, the failure of the administration’s policies toward Africa was addressed in this article by Africa expert Lawrence […]
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What if Donald J. Trump Read Shakespeare?
By Bonnie James As I was considering the latest announcement from the Trump Administration, this one pronounced by the toad-like personage of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, lately, the Attorney General of the United States, rescinding DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), or Dreamers Act, thereby subjecting some 800,000 young people, […]
Moscow Points to London, Obama as Drivers of War Danger
By Rachel Douglas April 18—As the Trump Administration of the USA exercised a quick trigger-finger in attacking Syria’s Shayrat airbase with cruise missiles on April 7, and has made increasingly ominous statements about unilateral action to terminate North Korea’s military programs, Russian political leaders and diplomats, so far, have kept […]
By Kate Freeman Sept. 14–Questions about Hillary Clinton’s health have persisted for some time and both her campaign and the Party have been extremely defensive on this count. Those questions have intensified over these last few weeks, as she has had to interrupt several major addresses due to uncontrollable coughing […]
Finally, the truth about Trump: He’s a crashing bore!
Of all the trees felled, to produce the all the acres of newsprint, on which rivers of ink have been spilled, whereon Donald Trump’s dystopian, disturbing, disordered, dissembling utterances have been deconstructed, analyzed, and regurgitated, finally, one columnist has got it right. Fred Hiatt, editorial page editor of the Washington […]