Despite all those differences, Cuba will receive Barack Obama with hospitality and is ready to discuss with him any subject, because it has enough moral authority to do so and has nothing to hide or to be ashamed of, something that our Northern neighbor cannot boast at all.
<i>The U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders present themselves as rebels against a corrupt political class. Their mainstream rivals make it easy, as those rivals have forgotten how to defend their beliefs.</i>
One can roughly express the situation with Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump as the [Read more]
Forced to turn to the hard right by neoconservative ideologues, tea party fundamentalists and unscrupulous populists, this may nonetheless be an opportunity for the Grand Old Party to make a course correction back toward traditional values.
If a similar public health crisis had struck a wealthy white community, such as Grosse Pointe near Detroit, the government would have acted at lightning speed.
The death of Antonin Scalia, the ultra-conservative Supreme Court justice, and the debate on his succession have immediately aroused divisions that undermine the American political class.
[Trump and Sanders] both honor the sentiments of the protest against the established political system.
When it comes to its friends, the United States is fickle.