We cannot help but smile at the shrill and jingoish display of fervid patriotism that the lady from the heartland of the north, Sarah Palin, brings to American politics. A faux conservatism which is made up mostly of geriatric memories celebrating America's past glories as center of power and influence in a unipolar world
I conclude my personal research on the subject of religion under attack with this interview. It's actually a too large topic to be dealt with three measly articles but I hope that readers will have found some food for thought and maybe you pose questions, as I did and I do.
China's Xinhua news agency, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, has released a detailed and harsh statement about recent information attacks against Russia and China. Such attacks are enthusiastically conducted by bloggers, Western press and liberal media of Russia and Ukraine
The Canadian Court of Human Rights ruled that the federal government violates the rights of indigenous peoples of America who live in reservations. The government does not provide them services for the protection of childhood, even though such services are used in other regions of the country. Canada celebrates justice, but the Indians do not agree
This evening on Fox News is the Iowa Presidential Debate and it will have one notable absence. Two days prior, the candidate leading in most polls summarily decided not to participate. Instead he will host his own event to benefit US Military Veterans. His decision was one of epic proportions and by the end of the week a colossus could fall
Seventeen years have passed since January 27, 1999. They were 17 years of intense and sometimes difficult history of the Pravda.Ru publication. This is not a jubilee, but we have survived the turn of the century, hard times of the 2000s and are still experiencing a plethora of surprises of the last decade. Obviously, we have something to remember
On March 21, 2014 BBC aired the show "World Have Your Say", a talk on Crimea and other situations which featured, among others, a man named Dr. Vladimir Yuryevich Grubnik from Odessa. Today he is a political prisoner of the Kiev regime the United States put in place in Ukraine
Geneva, 26 January 2016 - UNICEF today launched an appeal for raising $2 billion designed to serve 43 million children in emergency humanitarian situation throughout the world - The crisis in Syria increases the needs for emergency education
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced at the economic forum in Davos that the United States would deploy troops in Iraq to help local forces in the struggle against the Islamic State terrorist group. According to Carter, it goes about the 101st Airborne Division as part of the Second Separate Brigade
The presidential elections in Portugal showed that the population does not believe of the country does not believe the parties it represents. The sleepy country of pensioners is dying. This is not a protest electorate - these people are better off with a cup of coffee in their gardens and terraces. Why can't Portugal do anything to survive?