Denial doesn’t magically make it go away.
Did George Orwell accurately predict our present-day political climate and presidential leadership?
The virus might be beatable, but we cannot win when we are so divided.
With all the money we’ve spent for defense, how can we be so defenseless?
What happens to a nation willing to sacrifice millions of people in order to improve profit-margins?
Putting politics ahead of science is a prescription for disaster when you face a pandemic.
It’s time for the federal government to act on the defense production act.
Could it be our best hope?
In Africa, shame and the thought of being stigmatized prevents people from talking about their mental health problems until it is too late.
Who do you want as your next Commander in Chief?
Distressed student loan borrowers should propel Bernie Sanders in the primaries and general election, but so far, they aren’t showing up at the polls.
David Kanegis gives his opinion.
I predict that shortly after the U.S. election, a real recession will hit markets.
Soviet political jokes had become so widely enjoyed that even the US president Ronald Reagan loved to collect and retell them.
If you can hide behind a word like “moderate” and cast doubts, you look as if you are only being reasonable, thoughtful, and caring.
Why are so many zones of the world descending into chaos and confusion?