Read it later It is a well-known fact that funeral size is the best way to determine the popularity of a person. The more people show up, the more the departed is respected and liked. When Trump succumbs to his eating habits, who will attend his funeral in Washington D.C.?
Read it later Today, Falafel interviews Russian Ambassador Kislyak with regard to the latest controversy of our airhead president disclosing “Top Secret” information to Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergei Kislyak. Falafel wants to get the bottom of this mess. Since Ambassador Kislyak has left his U.S. post on
Read it later Saudi Arabia shocked the world yesterday when it arrested several major business and princely figures for alleged corruption. One of those arrested was prince al-Waleed bin Talal whose name and face are quite familiar to western leaders and readers. By a stroke of good luck, Falafel was
Read it later Falafel never thought it possible for a little known Syrian immigrant reporter to be the first to interview Paul Manafort, the notoriously pro-Russian political operative our president hired to run his presidential campaign. So, as the man of the hour entered his car this Monday morning, Falafel