(Robert Gibbs, USA, 04/29/16 8:48 am)
I truly appreciate Gary Moore's support (17 April) regarding my description of events and my experience in the Former Yugoslavian Republic.
It is a situation and time that is so hard to bel
(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 04/29/16 7:59 am)
I enjoyed reading Robert Whealey (RW)'s post of 28 April and have some comments:
RW stated, "over the long 200 years, the US spent more time at peace than during 4 short wars of 1812, 1
(John Eipper, USA, 04/29/16 5:45 am)
Ric Mauricio responds to Randy Black (28 April):
What Randy is referring to regarding Mitt Romney's "unequal" tax bill are dividends and carried interest, both of which ar
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 04/28/16 2:11 pm)
Excellent and realistic post from Massoud Malek (28 April). Finally from the other side of the Atlantic, someone recognizes that Europe is a slave of the Empire--well, maybe it would be better to say
(Robert Whealey, USA, 04/28/16 10:29 am)
Indeed, in response to JE's comments of 27 April, the evolution of the French Revolution was a rough road--five Republics and two Empires. The US has kept 95% of the original Constitution to
(John Eipper, USA, 04/28/16 4:29 am)
Gary Moore writes:
John Eipper has a gem of a suggestion (April 25) for a parallel lives book
on Pete Ray and Douglas Rudd--as a lens on the 1961 Cuba invasion.
(Massoud Malek, USA, 04/28/16 3:38 am)
The Star-Spangled Banner, the national anthem of the United States of America, written on September 13, 1814, tells us that in the land of the free with no slaves, America's cause is always just.
(Randy Black, USA, 04/27/16 7:13 pm)
Richard Hancock's April 27 post cited from a Wiki article that seems to denigrate presidential candidate Donald Trump. I don't care for Trump's stage presence, and only agree with a few pa
(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 04/27/16 9:40 am)
I wish to praise our good friend Luciano Dondero for one point in his post of 26 April.
Luciano wrote, "Mazzini and Garibaldi were Fascists too!"
For sure, we cannot call M
(Robert Whealey, USA, 04/27/16 5:15 am)
Democracy evolved in Italy, Great Britain, US, and France over a period of 100 to 200 years. The road went up from 1776 to 1946 with little debate. The history of these four nations evolved on four