"An MP has highlighted the growth in far-right extremism in the UK, saying young neo-Nazis are becoming a bigger problem than Islamist extremists."
Nearly seven years after the American economy foundered under the worst global recession since World War II, it seems nothing much has changed with regard to the behavior of those that brought us collectively to the brink.
The Great War has cast a long shadow and we are living with its effects today, as much from the defects of our understanding as the war itself
Now we now know for certain what station Bobby "The Party of Stupid" Jindal watches. Jindal's repeating of Fox's debunked "no-go zones" myth is a perfect example of how crap spewed on Fox is repeated at dinner tables across this entirely too-credulous country.
Bobby Jindal repeating the European no-go zones myth, reminds us that he has never had a close relationship with the truth.
Only Republicans would see a war slipping through their fingers as a loss, and losing this chance is almost too much for John Boehner to bear
While you were sleeping Fox News and Dish Network Have Reached a Deal. This truce came after Fox News goes full Fox News in its contract dispute with Dish Network promoting The New Big Fat Lie By Fox News: 'DISH Is Censoring Us!'.
The 21st century is seeing the spread of the authoritarian principle that far from being the origin of authority, people must obey authority
In our complex, contemporary America, finding reasons to give thanks, especially in wake of Ferguson, are becoming more and more elusive.
The threat of oil-engorged Scottish armies marching roughshod over Europe and from there across the Atlantic to force a steady diet of haggis on us has abated
The mainstream media loves to talk about right wing extremism in Europe while ignoring our own, who are more a threat to us than al Qaeda
Craig L. Symonds' Neptune: The Allied Invasion of Europe and the D-Day Landings, is not a blow-by-blow account of the D-Day invasions, but rather a blow-by-blow account of all the decisions and events that went into making D-Day possible.
My story is about the giant life and death rip-off that is the retail costs of cancer medications. The nitty gritty of cancer meds is that when you're dealing with dying, desperate people, you can hose them out of every last penny they're worth.
On Thursday, thousands of fast food workers across the nation walked out on their shifts to protest the low wages and lack of union representation in their industry.
It is now reported that 10 months after civil unrest in Syria began, England allowed at least one chemical firm to sell chemicals to Syria capable of being used to make nerve gas.
War should be a matter for sober reflection, not knee-jerk reactions, and the president should be praised for opening the matter up to debate
More troubles for South Carolina's 1st Congressional District candidate, Mark Sanford. He'll face a judge after his special election. This presents an opportunity for Elizabeth Colbert-Busch
American capitalism supported white indentured servitude before and alongside black slavery and relinquished it only reluctantly.
One can say with confidence that when Republicans find an economic policy that fails, they are duty-bound to repeat it regardless the consequences.
The Syrian civil war drags on. Russia is sending ships and marines to Syria and both the U.S. and Russia are pressuring Assad to negotiate.