America

16 Jul 19
TrapMusic

It’s beyond debate that President Donald Trump’s Sunday tweets urging four non-white female Democratic members of Congress to go back to the countries they came from — which in all but one case was America — were racist. But it’s also true that Trump and his allies are thrilled about the firestorm those tweets have […]

16 Jul 19
bye gill

i’ve felt ok for quite a while today, but, for whatever reason, at some point this afternoon, well i started to feel unsettled again and it’s still with me, even now.  why did it happen. i don’t know.  i was sitting on obi’s bed this afternoon, just being quiet and taking it easy and it […]

16 Jul 19
US-China Trade War and India

US-CHINA TRADE WAR AND INDIA US-China Trade War and India The US-China trade war has taken the global economy by storm since 2018. Even before taking his place at the Oval Office, President Donald Trump had always been disgruntled at China’s trading policies, accusing them of devaluing their currency deliberately in order to boost their […]

16 Jul 19
Clarity 360™

On Sep. 25 at the United Nations General Assembly, the United Nations (UN) Secretary General António Guterres spotlighted, “Rapidly developing fields such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and biotechnology………..

16 Jul 19
WPIX 11 New York

Twenty summers ago this Tuesday, America once again held its breath and gasped “Oh no! Not again.” It was another Kennedy tragedy. America’s Prince, John F. Kennedy Jr. was dead, along with his wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren Bessette. He lost his way in thick fog and crashed his plane into the Atlantic Ocean […]

16 Jul 19
Progress Developer

Cover Story: A New Kind of Cold War (with China) Abortion: Economist is not happy about the growing success of pro-life in the US. “A majority of Americans want abortion to be legal in the first two trimesters. That is what the law should say.” New bills are “preventing women from making a choice that […]

16 Jul 19
why not write?

“The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair Review by Sara McDermott Upton Sinclair’s moving chronicle of human misery strikes at the heart of the political corruption and brutal working conditions rampant in turn of the century Chicago.  In “The Jungle” Sinclair takes us along a path of betrayal and deceit experienced by one Lithuanian family in their […]