The film Creation, developed by BBC Films and the UK Film Council is set to open in several countries around the world yet there is no United States distributor willing to show it in the US because they feel it is too controversial among the American Christians.
The following link goes to an article that further explains this outcome. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/6173399/Charles-Darwin-film-too-controversial-for-religious-America.html
Is Christianity too great an influence on American society that it prevents a film that depicts the life of an important scientist from showing in the united states?
Recently the Obama administration has lifted some of the travel restrictions to Cuba in regards to family members living between the two countries. This is seen as a positive move by many foreigners but is it really?The embargo on Cuba has been up since the early 1960s and little of its intended or publicly stated goals seem to have bean reached.Is it time for the embargo to be dissolved and positive relations be created between the two countries?
Please explain why you choose yes or no and don't post just to say something like "they're communists" or some other meaningless answer.
In the recent conflict in south Ossetia and other parts of Georgia who is responsible for the initiation of the conflict?Who or are both responsible for the continuation of the conflict up to the point of the Russian halt?