Newsweek tracked Republican chatter recently over how President Obama’s stimulus bill could push the United States further down the slippery slope toward socialism. Despite a rather loose use of the […]
Europe has wisdom, sense, spirits and a good virtue. Yet, it appears that she disorderly managed valuable values.
It is the time now to reinvent these and to work together on widening and deepening, due to believes in our prosperity and welfare.
Journalism has always wrestled with the tension between finding fresh, new angles on stories and perpetuating falsehoods and fantasies, though never more so than amidst the click-driven insanity of its […]
The Wikipedia page for John Updike claims to have last been modified today, on February 9, 2009. While Wikipedia allows unique disclaimers for subjects recently deceased—Updike died January 27th, of […]
Anyone in need of a moment’s release from our collective recession depression should check out of this piece in today’s Telegraph, which previews some revolutionary new consumer technologies on the […]
Blogs have erupted over the disappearance of documentary film maker/blogger/freelance journalist Philip Rizk. The grad student at AUC (American University in Cairo) was among a group of peaceful protesters detained […]
Bloomberg today reports that the yen rose against the dollar after “the U.S. government delayed the announcement of a financial- recovery plan.” Traders took refuge. “Japan’s currency gained as U.S. […]
Demonstrated by his activity on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and the official White House portal, President Obama is institutionalizing social networking as the interactive feature par excellence in American governance. The […]