Well would you believe that.
Yes, I would, a case of ‘Do as I say, not do as I do’.
They deserve each other, but America needs better.
Rouhani said Tuesday that America’s credibility will suffer if President Donald Trump withdraws from a multilateral nuclear agreement.
General Abdolrahim Mousavi says warning that the ‘Zionist regime’ will not survive next 25 years does not mean it will actually last that long
No amount of gladhanding can make Donald Trump an ally of the United Kingdom.
A piece of paper, is this equivalent to the piece of paper in the hands of Chamberlain before the start of World War II, lets hope not for Trump will not have the sense to provide the correct reactions.
President-elect Donald Trump on Friday praised Vladimir Putin and shared a Christmas letter the Russian president sent him.
“A very nice letter from Vladimir Putin; his thoughts are so correct,” Trump said in a statement. “I hope both sides are able to live up to these thoughts, and we do not have to travel an alternate path.”
In the attached letter, Putin emphasized the importance of cooperation between the two countries.
“I hope that after you assume the position of the President of the United States of America we will be able – by acting in a constructive and pragmatic manner – to take real steps to restore the framework of bilateral cooperation in different areas as well as bring our level of collaboration on the international scene to a qualitatively new level,” the Russian leader wrote.
The statement comes amid a new controversy over Trump’s nuclear plans and fears it could spark a new arms race with Russia.
The key issue for me, and probably for most of the survivors who this inquiry was designed to give a voice to, is one of trust. Theresa May fought for this inquiry.She fought for us. Back in July 2014 when she announced it as home secretary, you could almost see the eye-rolling going on among certain Tory party members. Yet, to her immense credit, she persevered. And then came the catalogue of mistakes, disasters and obstructions that, to all but the most naive of us, simply scream cover-up.
I agree with the post and the current comments. However, with the current political climate, media coverage and many of the population acting like sheep and lemmings, I can not see how any of this will improve.
In fact, I can only see it getting worse, so GOD help us all, for if we all are not careful there will be no way back from the cliff of doom and despair.
Having lived and worked in both the Fargo/Moorehead area and Duluth, MN, this story does not surprise me. Sadly, it is far from the first time I’ve run across an article like this. Also, this is neither the first nor the last woman to experience this problem, yet police continue to refuse to take it seriously: Crimes against Native American women raise questions about police response, The Guardian, by Zoe Sullivan (01/19/2016)
North Dakota nightmare: Lake Vermilion woman abducted, taken to Bakken oil patch, The TimberJay, by Marshall Helmberger and Jodi Summit (06/03/2015)
A woman was traveling through North Dakota when she found herself stranded. While contacting family on her cell phone she was abducted:
The man had snuck up behind her while she was messaging friends and family members on her progress and was focused on her laptop computer. It was the last message her…
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Relentless drives to reform our profession could be moving us further away from what matters to those we support, writes Social Work Tutor
The shootings this week are a terrible blow to the mutual trust both sides need.