Is it possible that anything you can conceive, with any combination of words, can, in the fullness of time, manifest itself materially? Some such thought will be prompted by the reading of any of the 100 liquid landscapes in my surreal collection.
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In a new interview published a few days ago, famous investigative journalist Seymour Hersh spends some time recalling the My Lai massacre of civilians in Vietnam he first reported on 50 years ago.
In multiparty democracies, a single party should not set the agenda. Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF want us to believe it should. No doubt then, that the announcement of the formation of the NPF by the remnants of Generation 40 has rattled their plans.
The case in question, Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, argues that the Minnesotan law prohibiting voters from wearing clothing that supports particular candidates or bears political statements in polling places is unconstitutional.
Rand Paul has once again proposed a bill that would mandate the GAO to conduct an audit of the Federal Reserve’s transactions “for or with a foreign central bank, government of a foreign country, or non private international financing organization.”
I was there taking photographs and doing interviews as New York State Senator Jesse Hamilton joined in a march supporting a new Black History Class bill that would make teaching black history mandatory in schools in New York State.
Trump’s comments reflect the biggest issue many of people have with him; a lack of presidential professionalism, and an ignorance of what should be off-limits to say, as he continues to pile onto his already-large collection of controversial remarks.
The Working Families Party organized on Sunday, March 4, in Brooklyn to visit a preplanned speech by New York State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to hand her a petition in support of the desperate nation of Yemen.
Throughout history, people have recorded what happened during the course of their lives in various ways. Yet, have you ever found yourself skeptical about a written record of things past?
Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa was recently all over social media telling everyone who cares to listen the achievements that his government has made since taking over on November 24, 2017.