The many messages which U.S. President Barack Obama has delivered from the podium of the 68th meeting of the United Nations while it was held at the U.N. headquarters in New York, from Tuesday night to last Wednesday, and their clarification of American foreign policy in the foreseeable future bore indications for more [Read more]
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As opposed to the more rigid “99 percent versus 1 percent” dichotomy, the American poor who account for the 20 percent are the ones that need attention. While their poverty doesn't necessarily lead them to an unlivable plight, the unaddressed situation can shake America’s society from its foundation.
What a pleasant surprise: The punch bowl is still on the buffet! Ben Bernanke, the president of the United States’ central bank, announced it Wednesday evening. It is not a question of taking away the alcohol and no longer buying $85 billion of public bonds and American mortgage titles. At this point, the whole [Read more]
There are no guarantees that the United States will emerge from this war as a leader of the world.