Perhaps Trump wanted to build a tower in Moscow so he could escape New York’s building regulations. If you want a good deal, pay Vladimir Putin to grant you a charter to do business in Russia. You can be one of his oligarchs.
If we expand our conception of what is possible, we may grasp how we reached this point in our history.
I don’t follow your reasoning. Do you say that because your family came to America first, they deserve better treatment than families who come to America now?
The greatest threat to our security does not come from abroad. It comes from people who wear badges, who display the name of their agency on the backs of their jackets. It comes from greedy, predatory officials who run a protection racket no one dares resist.
What do you see in place of something real? “He loved life, and he wanted to experience all of it.”
Public support depends on trust and openness. Citizens do not trust leaders who operate in secret, or who lie about what they have done.
Yet we appear to have lost our confidence that efforts to compromise questions like reproductive rights can ever result in even partial agreement. At that point, the only acceptable settlement is divorce.
When we let Kennedy’s murderers go, they recreated the country in their own image: a country of bondage, war, and bitter quarrels. To reclaim Kennedy’s vision, reclaim power from the people who killed him.
When governments operate in secrecy, trust in government goes down. Rumors circulate about what government is up to.
When you talk about use of cruelty to instill fear, the KKK and ICE have a good deal in common.
Reedies Against Racism undertook a mutiny, and succeeded. Consequently, they destroyed in twenty-four months, a set of traditions that developed over more than a century.
The U. S. renounced its leadership of NATO seventeen years ago. After Trump’s extraordinary, two-year tirade against the alliance and its members, Macron wonders why we hang around.