The Democratic Party convention, which is expected to choose Hillary Clinton as the party’s candidate for president, is taking place in Philadelphia this week. In an attempt to put some distance between her and her opponent, Clinton has chosen as her vice presidential running mate Tim Kaine, a lover of Hispanic [Read more]
By the time the new U.S. president is elected, U.S. muscle flexing in the South China Sea will most likely increase and Sino-American competition will perhaps be more impressive to watch.
In an age of Instagram and Twitter, the indignant need no prominent pastor and no umbrella organization to make themselves heard.
In the future, lack of backbone in politics should be called the Ryan-McConnell syndrome.
The Republican Party has not only taken a wrong turn. It has also placed itself on the wrong side of American history.
'New Yorkers know a con when we see one.'
Once again, the great America is making headlines.
In this month of July, there is nothing glorious about the summary executions of African-Americans by white police officers. No offense to those capable of reading the thoughts of those trigger-happy police officers—they are racists. This hunt for black prey shows [Read more]
Against all early predictions that Donald Trump, a buffoon with authoritarian tendencies, could not possibly win the Republican nomination, the Republican convention, which ended last night in Cleveland, Ohio, has nominated a candidate for the White House who represents a grave danger for both the U.S. and the rest of [Read more]
Here is the reality: gun culture is eating away at America.
<i>What does Wall Street think about the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency? Does it think markets will crash next November? Will the U.S. dollar take a sudden dive? Will we see the United States enter a new era of isolationism, shutting itself away far beyond the wall the Republican candidate wants to build on [Read more]