“What sites do you visit? And give us your passwords.” That’s what U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly wants foreign visitors to hear before they’re allowed to enter the United States. “If they don’t want to give us that information,… Read More ›
I have sometimes wondered why some people are very right-wing and others very left-wing. Always presumed it came from the way people are brought up and their current position in life. Maybe not though…
This may not be funny for long so try it will you can.
A couple of weeks ago, Washington Post homepage editor Doris Truong found herself at the center of a partisan flame war. During a break in Rex Tillerson’s confirmation hearing for secretary of state, an Asian woman was spotted appearing to… Read More ›
In 2015, 20 Americans were killed by terrorists and 21 toddlers accidentally killed themselves with guns
Powerful from Peter Daou. I don’t ever want to make this a political blog, but never in my life has any political decision in the West disturbed me more than this executive order. The way it has been pushed through… Read More ›
The most frenzied American ritual you’ve never seen is called the “transfer of families,” a five-hour tsunami of activity that transforms President Obama’s home into President Trump’s. “I call it organized chaos,” said Gary Walters, who choreographed several transfers of… Read More ›
I have on occasion battled with work colleagues and relatives who tell me that the internet is a force for bad and that very little good comes from it. How crazy are they? I mean, the internet is everything and… Read More ›