The red scare has become a red state. Republicans have unknowingly found a model American conservatives can look up. Thanks to a black president in the White House, they are also praising Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin.
For the past forty years, we have been so busy arguing among ourselves about what color flowers to plant in America’s front yard that we have failed to notice the corporations stealing everything in the house.
Today is my son’s first birthday. Liam has changed the planet. The world affects me in ways it didn’t previously. I don’t necessarily look forward to preparing him for the worst of the world, but I have no choice.
This is the postmortem on the postmortem of the postmortem of the 9/11/12 attack on US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that resulted in the death of 4 Americans, including the very popular J. Christopher Stephens. The so-called Benghazi Scandal.
Roughly 200 people attended an informational meeting regarding the proposed outdoor storage facility for pet coke. It was hosted by the MDEQ who cited questionable studies to support its safety.
Russia has had historic ties in the Crimean Peninsula since the 18th Century. Catherine the Great gained control of the peninsula and founded the city of Sevastopol, which today is a major source of contention between Ukraine and Russia.
Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in a case titled Hall v. Florida. At issue in this case is Freddie Lee Hall, who was sentenced to death, but also deemed to be mentally retarded.
Koch Carbon quietly used Detroit’s shoreline to dump a pile of petcoke three-stories high that spans one city block. After residents began documenting their injuries, Detroit Mayor, David Bing ordered the pile removed… It’s being moved 3 miles downriver.
As the Russian Army occupies the Crimean Peninsula, American President Barack Obama finds himself with the biggest test of his presidency. At least it would be if it weren’t for the seventeen biggest tests that came before it.
After the overthrow of pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovich, and the seizure of power by his opposition, it seems Moscow has decided to intervene. The epicenter, as of now, is the mainly ethnic Russian Crimean Peninsula.