This isn’t complicated. Lots of us love stupid miracle cures—especially when celebrities are hawking them.
As mayor of Burlington, Sanders praised the regimes of Nicaragua and Cuba—claiming bread lines were a sign of economic health and press censorship was necessary in wartime.
These candidates think they should be elected to the most powerful position on Earth and yet none of them have any idea what is going on in the world.
The Labour Party’s new head of communications is so radically weird, he has to be a Tory plant.
Roberto Saviano’s new book on organized crime, ZeroZeroZero, contains numerous instances of apparent plagiarism, along with interviews with ‘sources’ who may not actually exist.
The Daily Beast’s Columnist appeared on September 11’s ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ along side Linda Chavez and Salman Rushdie. They discussed the European refugee crisis, Rick Perry, and Donald Trump.
A new PBS documentary tries to excuse a murderous and totalitarian cult.
Hitler. Goebbels. Hebdo. Really? Can the PEN members boycotting Tuesday’s Courage Award for the slain French satirists really not tell the difference between racism and mocking racism?
The Tin Drum, his masterpiece, was his only good novel. The rest of the time the late German Nobelist could hardly stop lecturing us long enough to tell a story.
The thawing of diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba has elicited a lot of patronizing, asinine fretting about the imminent “Americanization” of Cuba.