Russia's announcement of its deployment of the Iskander missile system on the European border is a bold step in the face of American plans to control the Eurasian region and threaten the Russian Federation's national security by encircling Russia with a U.S. missile shield.
Most observers see this move as an [Read more]
<b>Because of their frequency, Obama's suggestions are gradually becoming insulting. Besides, current conditions in the United States hardly make it a role model worth following.</b>
The number of provocations is on the rise. Doesn't the U.S. president realize that, or is it that he just doesn't care? Or perhaps he [Read more]
Herman Cain informed his campaign team Tuesday that he would re-examine his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the American presidency in 2012, following an accusation of adultery, several news sources reported.
His deputy campaign manager, Linda Hansen, reported to ABC News that Cain, the only black man [Read more]
The United States wants to get out of Afghanistan but is making serious mistakes. The NATO attack on Pakistani army border positions is inexcusable. There's no apparent strategy for dealing with Pakistan. Even moderate Afghans despair because America's haphazard actions are making things worse for them. [Read more]
A Walker recall election would have national implications and would attract national money from both sides.
Perry is simply a poor public speaker; maybe not very bright. Oh, and he is insufficiently angry about immigration. These things can be overcome.
Most blame, however, belongs not to any one person but to California’s system of governance, which has ossified for decades.
America is our neighbour, our ally and our friend. We can disagree without being disagreeable and we can be pro-Canadian without being anti-American. That said, we must clearly understand that decision-making in the complex U.S. system is guided by interests - not by friendship.
Even the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, head of the Anglican Communion, paid attention to the protest movement in London against the power of financial institutions. The voice of religion, on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, in a “nation with the soul of a church,” such as the United States is yet [Read more]