Hostilities continued to emerge soon after the end of World War II in 1945. The international conflict, namely the Cold War, intensified as the United States and the Soviet Union began to compete with each other over nuclear capabilities. Watching two world superpowers moving closer to declaring a third world war, Stanley Kubrick portrays an […]
Anti Trump Mentality
In May 2019, it was a striking co-incidence to see several American states adopt strict anti-abortion laws during the same weeks when the Trump administration was talking up threats of war with Iran. The two occurrences may seem unrelated, but there is a connection. Thus it’s a good time to review the American public’s attitude […]
City Xtra take a look back on a remarkable treble-winning campaign by dissecting how it was done, player by player, person by person. Here’s part one of our seasonal player ratings where we run through the men between the sticks and those commanding the defensive line.
Parliament’s Justice Committee today has the second (and final?) public hearing of submissions on their foreign interference inquiry. The first such session was described to me by someone who watched it all as “just hopeless”, and accounts I’ve read don’t suggest any reason to doubt that take. If there were signs of seriousness about the […]
The orange Rubik’s Cube.
Millennials and Gen Z and all these folks that come after us are looking up, and we’re like, “The world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change.” ~Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, interviewed by Ta-Nehisi Coates at the MLK Now event. I wish we didn’t have 12 years. It’s our lungs that […]
News Headlines May 21, 2019. Headlines From Nigeria’s Major Newspapers Compiled by The Punch Doctors, nurses lament poor pay, overwork in state hospitals FG fails to pay whistle-blower who exposed secret $223m NNPC account 92 individuals, groups tackle Ganduje over new emirs NASS Coverage: Outrage greets ‘satanic guidelines’ for journalists’ accreditation 2023: Ohanaeze’s secretary backs […]
There we were, a group of Democrats, talking about Trump supporters as if they made up a foreign breed.
There are parallels between the sudden growth of the warped mindset which proposes to exonerate murderers before they commit their crime and historically murderous military regimes By Robert Fisk May 19, 2019 “Information Clearing House” – When is a war crime not a war crime? When it’s committed by us, of course. But this truism is […]
The Sino-US trade war continued to ferment, and the depreciation of the RMB continued to fall across multiple barriers. In Friday, the median price fell for seven days and hit a new low this year. In addition, the foreign capital accelerated the “fugitive” withdrawal of A shares, and A shares plunged 2.5% to 3.5%. Hong […]