Dystopic climate narratives about Bangladesh are exacerbating the threats faced by coastal communities in the country.
President Donald Trump's "shithole countries" comment during last month's immigration meetings with Congress plays a key role in the lawsuit.
You know a friendship is in trouble when you consult a social psychologist to help figure it out. Two days after President Trump reportedly made his remarks about immigrants from “shithole countries,” and one day after we learned that one of his lawyers paid a porn star $130,000 in hush money to...
Guyana is a reminder of how imperialists, scoundrels and profiteers have wrecked entire countries.
You might think some of the "jokes" in this skit from The President Show are in poor taste. But this is just how portraying Trump accurately and with an edge, is. It's "shithole country" humor. (Don't miss the so-called presidential 'sponsors' scrolling at the bottom of your screen. Because the actual Donald Trump didn't.) Open thread below...
NEW YORK LEFTIES: TRUMP IS A RACIST FOR CALLING THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES SHITHOLES. Also New York Lefties: “Wealthy New Yorkers are furious that Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to open a homeless shelter in their ritzy Manhattan neighborhood.” As Michael Walsh writes in response, “Yeah, well, maybe you should have thought of that in the […]
“For President Trump, Haiti may be a ‘shithole.’ But on the other side of the island is a country that he clearly thinks could be a goldmine — and a potential windfall for his family’s business empire. The Trump Organization [...]
The Beautiful Shitholes is David Byrne's Spotify playlist of music from the countries Donald Trump infamously condemned as "shitholes." (more…)
Authored by Walter Williams via The Strategic Culture Foundation, President Donald Trump reportedly asked why the U.S. is "having all these people from shithole countries come here." I think he could have used better language, but it's...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump has been much more subdued since the "shithole countries" news cycle. He has delivered six speeches in the past couple of weeks without stepping on his intended message. On Twitter, he's been much more restrained. President...Show More Summary
"Here’s a playlist that gives just the smallest sample of the depth and range of creativity that continues to pour out of the countries in Africa and the Caribbean. It is undeniable. Can music help us empathize with its makers?" - David Byrne. Continue reading…
Ian Gavan/Getty The political mediasphere may have moved on from “shithole”-gate, but David Byrne hasn’t. Three weeks after President Donald Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and the continent of Africa as “shithole countries,” the...Show More Summary
Highlighting “the depth and range of creativity that continues to pour out of the countries in Africa and the Caribbean”
They've repurposed Trump's racism as a marketing tactic, and it's brilliant. Donald Trump’s comment at a meeting on immigration earlier in January during which he allegedly used the phrase "shithole countries" to refer to El Salvador, Haiti, and countries in Africa sparked international condemnation and debate. Show More Summary
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - African leaders say they have decided to refrain from issuing a resolution to criticize Donald Trump's alleged reference to their nations as "shithole countries" because the U.S. president sent them a letter expressing respect for the continent.
"You have to conclude he just doesn’t care and probably thinks of Puerto Rico as just another shithole country.”
Tomorrow night will be a big night for literature in Washington. by Rich Smith Claudia Castro Luna hails from El Salvador, and she's recently been trying to repair the damage done by Trump's "shithole" countries comments. Timothy Aguero Tomorrow...Show More Summary
The band performed on a barge with the Statue of Liberty behind them.
U2 took on President Donald Trump on Sunday in a “resistance”-themed Grammy performance that took place on a barge with the Statue of Liberty serving as a dramatic backdrop.
Despite Donald Trump reportedly dismissing African nations as "shitholes", Zimbabwe's new president said Wednesday he would welcome the US president to build a golf course in his country. "If President Trump came here today when I am still around I would... Show More Summary