With the European Union, America and the United Nations about to lift Iran’s sanctions, the Republican candidates for the presidential race see the nuclear power agreement as a surrender to a nation that should never be removed from the Axis of Evil that George W. Bush placed it in in 2002.
<i>Nearly all the Republican presidential candidates favor a relaxation of America's ban on torture. If one of them wins the election, the brutal practice will once again become business as usual.</i>
The first primary election takes place a week from now in the state of Iowa. By this summer, Democrats and [Read more]
There are many Fleischmanns in the U.S., and many regions like the Catskills — states that coastal dwellers like to call “fly-over” states.
Trump, Trump, always Trump. In the U.S. presidential election campaign so far, it's been all about the blonde-haired billionaire with behavioral issues. Donald Trump even dominates a televised debate of Republican candidates when he's not even there. More than once in their discussion, his rivals referred to the [Read more]
The former mayor could change the Washington system. He was able to do so in New York City.
Since many Americans under 30 get their information on social networks, the use of these media by the senator’s public relations team is ingenious.
President Obama’s final State of the Union address was anticlimactic. Nowhere in his administrative policy for the coming year did the U.S. president, the leader of a superpower nation, mention important issues in Asia such as North Korea’s nuclear tests and China’s disregard for international law with its [Read more]
How to survive the U.S. elections without Jon Stewart:
The U.S. elections are a farce, have always been a farce and will remain forever a farce. They last for a long time — a very long time. Between Donald Trump's opening announcement in early summer 2015 and the actual voting in November 2016, a year and a half [Read more]
Following Trump, another billionaire may join the race as an independent candidate. Bloomberg has a track record. But that’s far from sufficient.