“The new Cold War is coming,” increasingly echoes in the American media’s editorials, talk show discussions, and comment sections on the Internet. Closer attention reveals that the emphasis is on “Cold,” rather than “War,” as if the word war has
“Americans have to learn geography, because they are living now in a world in which they’re no longer isolated…and they simply will not make—will not be able to make—sense out of what they read in their newspapers and about the
The growth rate of Seattle’s commercial and residential construction, much of which I can observe from my home, has reached unprecedented levels. Satellite imagery on Google Maps cannot keep a pace with the ever-expanding Amazon campus in South Lake Union.
A significant portion of contemporary Americans hold an interesting perspective on the War Between the States (aka: the Civil War). They liken it to a Super Bowl game, an annual single championship skirmish in football in which the winner takes