Trump has sown more than enough ill feeling in the Republican Party to create the potential for a “Republicans for Hillary” push.
Without a doubt ... American attitudes and policies no longer serve our interests, but threaten them.
The U.S. Department of State released its yearly human rights report on April 13, playing the same old tune in its criticisms of every country on earth. China and Russia were focuses of American criticism among the great powers. The Chinese portion of the report reached over 28,000 English words, and the Russian [Read more]
If the U.S. is no longer going to play its unpopular dual role of governess and bodyguard, Europe needs to grow up faster.
The “major announcement” from Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday, April 27 has every appearance of a deciding factor. Steamrolled by his rival Donald Trump in the primaries for the Republican nomination organized the day before in five northeastern states, Mr. Cruz tried to disrupt the momentum that the real estate [Read more]
A debate surrounding plans for a newly-designed set of U.S. paper currency has set the whole of the United States abuzz. The year 2020 will mark the centennial of women's suffrage in that country. Several days ago, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced that 2020 would also see a new set of banknotes issued, [Read more]
After swearing for months they would never surrender their party to the likes of Donald Trump, the Vichy Republicans (as they’re called by the dwindling resistance forces) are worn out and resigned to collaboration.