THE world is watching the continuing rallies for stricter gun control in the United States. Previous indignation allies never lasted more than a week after mass killings. The last one last Feb. 14, in which a deranged youth killed 14 students and three teachers in a high school in Florida, has not been quickly forgotten like the others. “March for Our Lives” protest rallies were held last Saturday, March 25, with the biggest right on Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, DC, at the end of which stands the US Congress.Read more
THE United States Supreme Court’s rejection of a Trump administration petition on the so-called “Dreamers” program was a big setback for President Donald Trump. But the issue itself – what to do about 700,000 young adults facing deportation – remains undecided.Read more
WE and the rest of the world are closely following reports on the recent mass killing in a Florida high school, where a deranged ex-student shot and killed 17 people. Students of schools around the country have rallied to demand stricter gun laws, but President Trump said problem is not guns; it is mental health.Read more
IN the wake of North Korea’s repeated threats of a nuclear attack on the United States, US President Donald Trump last month called for a review of the state of America’s nuclear forces. The initial report said $1.2 trillion would be needed to upgrade and modernize America’s nuclear arsenal.Read more
Whenever someone goes on ‘Good Morning Britain’ to defend trans rights they can’t get a word in edgeways. Yet, when the most powerful man in the world said global warming doesn’t exist, Piers was suddenly left speechless.
Talk about low energy.
THE ball in the international effort to end the nuclear threat from North Korea appears to be in China’s hands, placed there by the United States (US).Read more
UNITED States President Donald Trump offered to mediate in the South China Sea disputes in the course of his meetings with East Asian leaders in Da Nang, Vietnam, and in Manila. “I’m a very good mediator and arbitrator,” he said.Read more
The issue on human rights and alleged cases of extrajudicial killings were not discussed during the bilateral meeting of President Duterte and United States President Donald Trump yesterday.Read more
Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV has admitted meeting United States Sen. Marco Rubio during his trip to the US capitol in Washington D.C.Read more