Success in Hong Kong is imperative for the world.
Donald Trump has a lot of similarities to the first Democratic president, Andrew Jackson. To start and to be clear, the Democratic Party of the 1830s and the Democratic Party of the present are drastically different. In fact, it is hard to compare the political parties of today with the Continue Reading
Just recently, Glenn Beck was interviewed on CNN criticizing the media of dividing America. Beck accused CNN’s Brian Stelter (and the media in general) of “becoming me, circa 2009.” He was – most likely – referring to his divisive reporting on Fox News during the Obama presidency. The media attack campaign Continue Reading
In historical terms, what is a fact? Is there such a phenomenon? How can anybody with absolute certainty know what happened in the past? The media can’t even report factual news that happened on the same day. Now that we are living in the Information Age, knowledge is abundant. Just Continue Reading
The second American Civil War is in the making. While it is not clear when the war will begin, but it could likely occur in our lifetime. The vitriol between the Republican and Democratic Party, inflamed by the profit-driven media, is going to result in protests, riots, and possibly, revolution. One Continue Reading
Today’s China is not communist. Why? Well, let’s define communism. Communism is a classless, egalitarian society without private ownership (i.e. common ownership of property and means of production). In different forms, this utopian type of society has been attempted since the Bronze Age, but the more modern form of communism began Continue Reading