To those who believe the removal of Trump will send America back to normal, know the damage was already done; it all started with the torture program I was part of.
You know what Reddit is all about? The advancement of the species, through empathetic understanding. Well, this week it is.
Cartographer/Cynic Yanko Tsvetkov is twisted mind behind ‘The Atlas of Prejudice’, which features the world according to Trump!
With Bill Cosby formally charged with Indecent Assault, there are some who claim that justice is pointless, because minds are made up.
As the US and Cuba broker a landmark deal to help mend their fractured relationship, Lachlan R Dale explains the history behind the fracture and applauds Obama for the breakthrough.
Mathew Mackie wants to sit down with Australia for a little chat about her current…preferences…because, well, all these other nations only ever want one thing…
As tensions flare over yesterday’s Ferguson decision, as an Aussie abroad Xavier Toby makes some observations about the Michael Brown case and race relations in the USA.
In a special edition of his Top Fives, Editor-in-Chief PB focuses on the five mainland cities in the USA he visited during his romp across the country. Oh, and what he drank there.
Rich Jackson summarises where the infamous Blackwater case is now and, more importantly, how it reflects on the US government and its use of private contractors in war.
Jordan King Lacroix points you to the US state of Utah, which is taking an unusual but effective method of helping rather than dealing with its homeless.