Luck, accidents and misjudgments, though often inglorious, have often proved important in wars and politics.
The World Food Programme has the difficult task of feeding civilians displaced by war and drought. (photo UNMIS/Issac Gideon
Who said each of the following... (a) "I love the uneducated." (b) "Persuasion has to target the emotions and speak to the
Since the first use of a nuclear weapon in Hiroshima 71 years ago on Aug. 6, 1945, the story of where the uranium for the bomb came from and the covert operation the U.S. employed to secure it has been little known.
I pray that in my life that I hold fast to the truth that the power of the branch of the olive, that the power of compassion
So if Donald Trump wins the election, he would not be the first American President to order mass deportations and resettlements
Newt Gingrich's supposed smartness is rather indiscriminate, when examined closely. Newt has what he considers 10 or 12 brilliant ideas each day, which he is in the habit of just tossing out for discussion.
President Obama's recent visit to Hiroshima where the President called for a moral revolution against nuclear warfare, resurrects the question about President Truman's moral compass when he authorized the August 6, 1945 bombing of Hiroshima and the August 9, 1945 bombing of Nagasaki.
It's hard to believe it, but Barack Obama today is more popular than Ronald Reagan was at this juncture in his last year of office, in 1988. But will it help Hillary Clinton secure another term for the Democrats? A look at the evidence produces a surprising finding.
One would have thought that Congressional Republicans would reject Trump's recklessness, but unfortunately, they are embracing him. Hopefully voters at large will not allow Trump's divisive policies and hackneyed rhetoric to find solace in decries of political correctness.