The elections of 2016 could mean confrontation between two dynasties, the Bushes and the Clintons.
The brazen Republican senator from Texas is running for the presidency.
Sen. Ted Cruz will announce his candidacy during a speech at Liberty University, the biggest Christian university in America, where he will use the opportunity to court evangelical electors, whose votes will be crucial for the Republican nomination race.
As part of his legacy, Barack Obama wants to put an end to 56 years of hostility between his nation and the island, but he is discovering that it will not be easy. Why? The two countries are moving in opposite directions; each one is driven by its unique insights and its particular mission in history.
Maybe the best way to put it is the more politically messed up America becomes, the better Ted Cruz's chances of election.
When U.S. private interests come calling with their pet government gorilla in tow, our elected representatives tend to go along with their wishes.
What does it have in common with our national sovereignty when an American army document first announces that U.S. troops will drive through our republic fully armed, and only later does the Czech government discuss the matter?