American writer and journalist.
The public, which is slowly awakening to the problem, will ultimately demand new leadership to break the current two-party internecine struggle.
What we see is not a cultural war against males and their so-called ‘toxic masculinity” per se, but rather the war against ‘white toxic masculinity’, Robert Bridge writes. There is more to this PC obsession with masculinity than first meets the eye.
When speaking about the earth’s massive waste problem it’s essentially a matter of scale, numbers and drab statistics. In other words, about as eventful as watching paint dry.
Should the Democrats get the impeachment, 50% of the American public will understand full well that the scales of justice are tilted against them.
Hopefully Moscow and Beijing will continue to be in the position to remind the US that the world was never intended to have just one master.
Books, worn and dusty by the passage of time, are more valuable today than gold or silver, Robert Bridge writes.
Should we chalk it up to coincidence theory that just days after Trump gives John Bolton the boot as his National Security Adviser, Iran is blamed for an attack on a Saudi oil facility, forcing Washington to forego any hope of peace with Tehran?
In an effort to understand Trump and his balancing act between a government loaded with hawks, and a geopolitical chess game rigged to dynamite, there are at least three dynamics at play – ‘3D chess’ if you like.
The establishment gatekeepers of the mainstream media are fronting White supremacists as the scourge of the land. Yet this movement must have gone deep underground because members of this pale-faced clan are incredibly difficult to track down.
Macron’s effort to politicize Brazil’s raging rainforest fires when the world’s attention will be focused on France is understandable, yet no less deplorable.