In November 2016, then-Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed peace agreements with the FARC (the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia,) Colombia’s largest guerrilla group
In 1971 after graduating college, I left Ireland. The zeitgeist and personal choice led me to the US, first to Ohio and then to
Shuffling through my iTunes library recently, I switched to searching Artist by alphabet mode to help me find a song whose name I couldn’t
Two years ago, the Guardian described how Venezuela’s devastating economic downturn was ravaging its hospitals. Since then, things have only gotten worse. Much worse.
Something monumental, and not in a good way, is going on in Venezuela. You might need to get out a map of South America
This quotation from a bona fide scientist offers a fitting reproach to the anti-science Republicans who want us to live in their don’t-question-me world.
Here’s a quotation that pretty much sums up the 2016 election. It’s the latest in our long-running series of quotes that remind us, over
This year pre-Brexit, polls in Britain were equivocal. Would Britain continue as a member of the European Community? Nobody knew. However, in the weeks
Everything is political. Our long-running series of political quotes–like this one– proves that. We think. We’re always on the lookout for quotes–contemporary and historical–that
Everything is political. Our long-running series of political quotes proves that–we think. We’re always on the lookout for quotes–contemporary and historical–that are pertinent to