Just a few moments ago in our elastic present-day concept of time here at home, we had the hotel magnate, Trump, as our elected leader, influencing our daily lives like a twin Putin autocrat.
War, huh (good God y’all) / What is it good for? / Absolutely nothing / Say it, say it, say it / War (uh-huh), huh (yeah, huh) / What is it good for? / Absolutely nothing, / Listen to me
To understand the motives of why Putin feels so possessively towards Ukraine and why affirmative action is central to the advancement of minorities, we must draw upon the history of both.
Four and a half years ago, on Sunday, February 23, the 2014 Winter Olympics ended in Sochi, Russia. Four days later, masked Russian troops
Remember when you might have thought that Donald Trump was a Democrat at heart? We know that he was once pro-choice, that he had
Rewind to Trevor Noah’s Daily Show this past Halloween. The show is set during the presidential campaign. Not the 2016 one, but the 2020
The natural reaction to Russian president Vladimir Putin writing an op-ed piece in the New York Times, in which he critiqued American foreign policy,