The swag ban came about in the 2005-2006 season when the Tony Awards Administration Committee added a rule that stated: "Producers
However, once it was clear no one wanted to handle the truth, Trump quickly walked his statement back, denying that he had
Economically speaking, how did the "reconstruction" of the country work out, given that Washington pumped more money (in real dollars) into Afghanistan in these years than it did into the rebuilding of Western Europe after World War II?
After fighting the longest war in its history, the United States stands at the brink of defeat in Afghanistan. How can this be possible?
The red poppy is a powerful commemorative symbol of soldiers who lost their lives during the Great War and this year, the attention seems to be focused on those who AREN’T wearing it.
While Afghanistan can stand out with its beautiful landscapes and certain historical events such as defeating the invading USSR, for some time now it has had the dubious distinction of being by far the world's largest producer of opium, the raw material of heroin.
The U.S. government has failed to stop the drug trade at home. Washington also has not created a competent, effective, and honest central government in Afghanistan. How effective will Kabul be in limiting opium production when American troops go home?
"Poppy is definitely the top cat and she is still quite feisty," said Jacqui West, Poppy's owner, at her home in Bournemouth
The Guinness Book Of World Records has recognized the world’s oldest cat. 24-year-old Poppy of Dorset, England is blind, deaf, but still very much alive. And her owners credit her health to exercise, and a diet consisting of fish and chips, KFC, and kebab.
So, why we still have troops in Afghanistan? The list of reasons are endless, depending on whom you ask. One might even say the United States is keeping troops in Afghanistan as a way of maintaining leverage over China due to our recently acquired debt.