Since there’s no better way to Americans’ hearts than through their pocketbooks, showing them how Canadian crude eases their pain at the pump would also showcase the more important news flash – we get a lot of oil from Canada.
The truth is that neither Romney nor Santorum, or the other candidates, will back out after Arizona and Michigan.
Not too many years ago, there were quite a few bookshops in the part of Manhattan where we lived. I mean the old kind of bookshops, with creaking wooden floors, shelves weighed down with books and knowledgeable shop assistants who could keep track of the entire inventory.
Then came the big chain, with bookshops all [Read more]
One torture method or one humiliation more or less will not easily upset them. They have developed an undefined threshold for pain. But do not touch their faith; then there are limits to their tolerance.
[...] political labels should be regarded with great caution.
A conservative researcher contradicts U.S. Republicans: The problem isn't liberal elites, but the lower class. Their poverty is the result of moral decay.
The U.S. has to avoid hedging, for China is not a bet for America but a steadfast partner with which the U.S. can cooperate. At the same time, the U.S. needs to avoid traditional Western hegemony and respect the “non-Western operations” of the world instead.
We must fear the worst by the spring if Israel decides to execute its plan to bomb Iranian nuclear sites.
Whoever believed America's policy changed when George W. Bush was replaced by Barack Obama was poorly informed. At any rate, it’s now taking greater pains to propagandize, and appears to be counting on recruiting more countries into its coalition of the willing while taking more care to not totally alienate the [Read more]