The United States’ withdrawal from Iraq is a security disaster. As the proverb says, “When the cat’s away, the mice will play.” Are Iranian intelligence and the loyal militias who support them the first to begin playing? No one can deny that parties loyal to Iran are now planning and waiting for the U.S. [Read more]
This is the latest joke in Washington: If Michele Bachmann is elected to the White House, the U.S. will have a female president and a First Lady.
For some time now, this story has been fueling not only the satirical talk shows, but also the networks: Is Marcus Bachmann gay?
In the past, this question wouldn't have [Read more]
The debate on U.S. public debt is currently turning the American people into children who are watching their parents fight over which punishment they should receive. Republicans want to reduce health care and social security spending, while Democrats want higher taxes.
By the open window, all the countries of the [Read more]
<b?The U.S. Justice Department is ready to launch an investigation into the tabloid scandal. From Fox to The Wall Street Journal, the Australian-born tycoon's influence could be greatly scaled back. </b>
NEW YORK - In addition to the political earthquake that has decapitated Scotland Yard and rocked London, along [Read more]
<b>America's right wing is using the escalating debt dispute with President Obama for an attack on environmental protection. Not only is it placing economic interests over environmental issues, apparently the conservatives think they can trump the physics of the planet with political views.</b>
Again and again at [Read more]
Michelle O. has announced it once and for all. She will not be a future candidate, despite her very high approval rating: 70 percent. A figure to rival that of Barack, which is hovering around 50 percent on average, but was 43 percent this week. Economic figures at half-mast, weak employment, the debt ceiling common [Read more]
As the deadline approaches, as well as a potential credit rating reduction, it is unclear how Democrats and Republicans will solve the debt mess that has U.S. politicians on vigil.
As to bipartisan negotiations, very few signs of progress have emerged over the last few days, even after president Obama gave [Read more]
<b>Regardless of whether or not Obama and the Republicans avoid bankruptcy on Aug. 2, their country will never be the same again.</b>
Maybe it will actually happen. The unthinkable. Maybe the land of unlimited possibilities will turn that description into a literal reality this summer and leap into the as yet [Read more]
During Sergei Lavrov’s visit to Washington, no breakthrough agreements were made, though both sides agreed that in the near future it will be easier for Russians to go to the U.S. as well as for Americans to visit Russia. Tourist and business visas will be given for three-year periods with multiple entry. Government [Read more]
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on the 13th [of July] that the U.S. economy may need additional stimulus and the Fed may take action to continue its expansionary monetary policy. He mentioned three possibilities, one of which is to continue to purchase U.S. Treasury bonds. Market analysts believe the [Read more]