Few days ago Danish politician Mogens Camre passed away and as it often is when someone famous dies, a broad spectra of reactions floods the media. Nonetheless in this age of social media and nonetheless when the person at stake was a politician from the far right wing of the political landscape.
The American presidential election is around the corner and focus of the many is on what will happen if republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wins and becomes the next president of USA. But regardless if he wins or loses the election,
For few years now Danes were crowned as the happiest nation in the world. But how do you define happiness and is the happiest nation equivalent with happiness?
Now I’m not a fan of these lists and statistics,
General elections are upon us. And generally speaking there isn’t much interesting about them, as the topic-manipulation & everlasting demagogy are as present as ever, and my vote was decided long time before the brainwashing campaigns even started.
What I do find disturbingly interesting is the endless line of short interviews that are conducted with people on the streets,
After more than 16 years at Comedy Central, Jon Stewart announced that he’ll be leaving role as a host of The Daily Show. ‘Nuff Said!
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