Decades after Brown v. Board of Education, Choice Finally Integrated Schools in Alabama’s Poorest County

Earlier this week, something momentous, something historic, happened in Sumter County, the poorest county in Alabama and a place with a long history of segregation: A publicly funded school opened in which the student body was actually racially integrated. Welcome to the University Charter School in Livingston, which serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade.… Read More »

Afghan Teen Wasn’t Gay Enough to Get Asylum in Austria: Report

An 18-year-old Afghan native seeking asylum in Austria may have had his application denied because he didn’t act gay enough. The unnamed teenager, who’s been living in Austria since 2016, first applied for asylum on the basis of his Hazara heritage, according to Deutsche Welle (DW). The Hazara minority is persecuted in Afghanistan. Later, he… Read More »

¿Cuomo Esta?

“We’re not going to make America great again,” Andrew Cuomo proclaimed, “It was never that great.” That is a rather sweeping statement but skeptics might find clarification in Cuomo’s 2014 book All Things Possible: Setbacks and Success in Politics and Life. According to the author, twelve years of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush brought… Read More »

How Is President Trump’s Regulatory Rollback Coming Along?

Shortly after being sworn into office, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that directed federal government agencies to revoke two existing regulations for every new regulation they might issue. That executive order represents the President acting to fulfill a campaign pledge he made to reduce the burden of federal regulations on Americans. The question… Read More »

The Trump-Media Logrolling by Sam Husseini

Journalist Sam Husseini, reporting for The Nation magazine, displays a sign before being forcibly removed from a press conference after U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met Monday at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP) Today, hundreds of newspapers, at the initiative of the Boston Globe, are… Read More »

Ron Paul Interviews Sen. Rand Paul on His Recent Trip To Russia

Ron Paul Liberty Report host Ron Paul is joined by his son, Sen. Ron Paul (R-KY), to discuss the Senator’s recent trip to Russia. What was discussed? Where is this new dialogue going? Will Sen. Paul’s efforts pay off and result in better relations? Or will the neocons, Democrats, and deep state continue to collude… Read More »

Fool’s Errand Turns 1

My book, Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan came out a year ago today. It was good timing since I knew that Trump was about to launch his first escalation there and that other than that, the status quo would hold: the Taliban would continue to slowly retake the country-side, they would attack major… Read More »


Whether you are authoring an essay for college, an article for the net, or a specialist report, you must focus on a good introduction. It’s amazing to see that lots of students have some degree of confidence through the previous two levels of the procedure, however they crack if they understand they don’t really really… Read More »