Many Americans are ready to defend their “right” to carry weapons of war, a right that paradoxically goes against the right to life of the rest of the population.
“If you need proof that Congress is a hostage to the gun lobby, look no further than today’s vote,” declared Dianne Feinstein, Democrat from California and the bill's sponsor.
Guns are America's cancer.
The selection of a vice presidential candidate is an opportunity to finally unite the party behind her.
In its policy of global domination, the U.S. has brought destruction to the four corners of the world, feeding conflict everywhere it thinks its interests are at stake.
The most astonishing variable of this campaign season is that young women, just like Sanders and Trump, are against the established two-party system and the political election games that Hillary Clinton is trying to force upon them, despite her own shortcomings and known associations.
If America, in the name of freedom to bear arms, wants to live and die this way, so be it.
Donald Trump is not a danger yet for his northern neighbors. But for how much longer?