Appropriation of every type of visual art, music, dance... even cultural attributes has been taking place since the dawn of time.
Billionaire businessman, and as of this week, official Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump owns homes all over the world -- including many in New York City alone. He is a real estate mogul, after all. But growing up, Trump lived in a 2,000-square-foot home in Queens -- and that home can now be yours. If you have the money, of course. (And presumably, if you're not a loser.)
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As I watched "unity" take hold of the Democratic Party this week, the believer in me wanted to imbibe it -- bottoms up. Michelle Obama ignited the cr...
She has a simple message to disaffected Bernie Sanders supporters that seems to be resonating: I represent your progressive values. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump do not.
What is truly remarkable about that sentence is that the President here is lumping Donald Trump -- the nominee of one of America's two major political parties -- with the mortal enemies who the United States has fought over the past eighty years!
This is the first election that I won't be voting FOR a candidate. I will, by default, vote defensively for the most innocuous one. Frightfully, it isn't about who will be the best choice anymore, it's who will inflict the least amount of damage to our country.
Clinton needs to be nimble, to move among the different elements of the dialectic, her heart open, policy responsive, and ear to the ground on the seismic cultural changes of our time. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and their supporters have pushed her along, and they'll continue to do so.
It takes a citizenry willing to do more than grouse and complain. We must act--and act responsibly--keeping in mind that the duties of citizenship extend beyond the act of voting. Most of all, it takes a citizenry that cares enough to get mad and get active. As Howard Beale declares in the 1976 film Network:
As insufferable as many of them are, the Sanders army reminded us of our younger, more idealistic selves. I like to think there is some of that '60s revolutionary spirit left. Hillary may be my generation's last chance to get it right.
Campaigns aren't required to report the names of donors giving $200 or less, so we can't categorize all of Trump's donors. But it's unlikely that the gender breakdown of any candidate's large and small donors are radically different.
What Trump did on Wednesday, however, went way beyond simply having a different view about US-Russia relations. It demonstrated that Trump either does not understand basic ideas about national sovereignty and national security, or more ominously, suggests a relationship between a political candidate and a foreign power that is at the very least clear and present threat to our political processes.
Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton your children are adults now, living in a world where the incidence rates of cancer continue to rise. I believe that by placing greater emphasis on childhood cancer we can make a significant impact on all cancer as a whole. Isn't it worth an hour of our time?
There have been a lot of rumors that Bill Clinton is actually behind Donald Trump's campaign, which is intended to self-sabotage and result in the election of his wife. Now, thanks to these completely fake transcripts, we can falsely confirm that the rumors are 100 percent true.
Trump, NATO and the Baltics - heed the hard-earned lessons. By: Joergen Oerstroem Moeller. For the third time since 1945 U.S. risk to be drawn into a ...
I had it all ready to go. In a flash of inspiration, I had typed up about 3,000 words to explain how, after this whole #DNCLeak thing, I was still a Bernie or Bust guy.