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Interview with "A NOBLE LIE" Producer: Holland Van den Nieuwenhof

Despite the fact the following interview with Holland O. Van den Nieuwenhof was released four years ago, the indisputable reality that history hits ‘repeat’ as many times as a Selena Gomez song, makes this interview as relevant today as it was before the 2012 U.S. 63 more words


Women and the U.S. - a glance

There is no doubt that the status of women within U.S. culture and society has improved over the last 100 years or so. With the ability to vote becoming available to women in 1920, opportunities for women became an actual potentiality versus figurative ideals extolled by activists or suffragettes. 1,131 more words

Ruby Rover

3 Cheers for Guns, Guns, and More Carnage!

The United States has a serious problem. In the wake of yet another school shooting, one might think the problem is gun violence, and it is – to a┬ádegree. 1,095 more words


Fearing change in U.S. policy, more Cubans risking their life to reach American shores - latino.foxnews.com

The number of Cuban migrants risking sea crossings to U.S. soil has surpassed last year’s tally, even as Havana and Washington have restored diplomatic relations. 107 more words



In general I try to avoid focusing on U.S. policy in this blog. I’ve written about U.S. foreign policy before, and I’ve written about issues in which the U.S. 135 more words

International Relations

Indigenous Peoples: Who Cares? #OakFlat

The above question in the title, posed as it is, may appear callous but at times the plight of indigenous peoples around the globe seems so perilous that there seems little hope of reversing the systematic destruction of their populations and habitats. 996 more words