La Norteamérica grande, buena y estúpida: El segundo debate Clinton-Trump

 clump unchainedEl domingo por la noche los candidatos Republicano y Demócrata se reunieron en la Universidad de Washington en St. Louis, Missouri, para enfrentarse en un segundo debate televisivo. En un país asediado por los llamados payasos asesinos, el bufón más odiado por los medios liberales y “Killary” Clinton salieron a la palestra para “debatir” los problemas a los que se enfrentan los EEUU y el mundo. 

America the Great, Good, and Stupid: The Second Clinton-Trump Debate

clump unchainedOn Sunday evening, the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees met at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri for their second televised debate. In a country besieged by killer clowns, the liberal media’s most hated buffoon and “Killary” Clinton took center stage to “debate” the issues confronting the US and the world.

400 Years Since the Death of Shakespeare: A Revolutionary in Literature—Part Four

Image result for ShakespeareThere are at least a quarter of a million words in the English language—although some estimates suggest a far higher numberperhaps a million or more. Whatever the true figure might be, it is clear that English has more words than any other European language. This is the result of its peculiar historical evolution.

400 Years Since the Death of Shakespeare: A Revolutionary in Literature—Part Three

Sir Francis Walsingham by John De Critz the Elder - Public DomainThe age of Shakespeare was also the age of Machiavelli. That brilliant Italian philosopher was the man who first explained that the conquest and maintenance of political power has nothing to do with morality. In Shakespeare’s plays, particularly the history plays, we have an eloquent description in literature of what Machiavelli demonstrated in political philosophy.

Capitalism Pushes Climate Change to New Levels

climate change ice beach air pollutionAt the end of September, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, one of the oldest and largest centers for ocean and Earth science research in the world, published a blog post pointing out a grim fact: “It already seems safe to conclude that we won’t be seeing a monthly value below 400 ppm [parts per million of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere] this year—or ever again for the indefinite future.”