Other countries are used to loathing America, admiring America, and fearing America (sometimes all at once). But pitying America? That one is new.
The President of the Ford Foundation, Darren Walker, joins to discuss the work corporate America needs to do in the wake of the reckoning happening in American on racial inequality.
As a first-generation American and child of immigrants, my upbringing was infused with a mix of South Asian and (what my family could make of) American culture. I began my school career in an Islamic school, my parents believing by enrolling me I would have a good understanding of religion. There most of my classmates looked like me, I never felt like an outsider. Following Sept. 11, out of fear of the threats the school kept receiving, my parents removed me from a full-time Islamic school. When...
It's the type of nightmare we never envisioned even under a Democrat presidency. Truckers on the nation's highways and streets now face a serious threat of being surrounded by a mob or potentially dragged out of their trucks and beaten, reminiscent of grisly images we've seen in other parts of the world. Where is the Trump administration's plan to protect the nation's truckers from the anarchist mobs?
President Trump detailed the endgame of the radical left, which has seized the nation with numerous acts of lawlessness and civil unrest in recent weeks, during Friday's address at Mount Rushmore's Independence Day celebration, explaining that their goal is "not a better America, their goal is to end America."
In the past week, the United States has consistently seen new records in the seven-day average of new cases.
"Unfortunately the Democrats have released the crazies in their party
On the floor of the U.S. Senate Thursday, Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah delivered an impassioned speech condemning mob violence in the United States
Writing in The Bulwark this Thursday, conservative columnist Windsor Mann contends that Donald Trump views the presidency as simply a way to stay on TV. “President Trump craves attention and approval more than anything,” Mann writes. “Being on The Apprentice, Trump told Playboy in 2004, was ‘like being a rock star. Six people do nothing but sort my mail. [