Today, Casanova is best known as one of the most famous lovers in history. But the Venetian was more than a womanizer. He was a scam artist and scofflaw, an alchemist, spy and church cleric. He wrote satires, fought duels, and escaped from prison more than once.
While I'm happy to acknowledge that America is a great country and, depending on the selected criteria, perhaps the greatest, you must never forget that it is only one nation among many who could lay claim to the "greatness" tag.
I happen to live in one of them.
On an international site it seems provocative … Read more