The debate ... is between a candidate who is insincere (if the materials published by WikiLeaks are to be believed), sometimes robotic, if one wills, but fundamentally fair; and an aspiring dictator.
It is the disarray of globalization, with its unsustainable imbalances, that favored the emergence of a Putin — or a Trump.
If you are ambitious and you are persistent and, of course, willing to endure the sexism, the misogyny and the extraordinary vitriol that has accompanied her all the way to the White House, you can become president.
<b>Barack Obama with his health care reform did more for social cohesion than any American leader since Johnson’s era.</b>
As Donald Trump goes infinitely mad, Barack Obama, the current American president, has awakened a longing that grows exponentially and which is being passed on to the executor of his legacy, [Read more]
<i>Memo to what will be remembered as modern U.S. democracy: The world’s number one leader will face a deeply rebuilt political system.</i>
Historians know that there are different cyclical and seemingly disparate events. One can follow the history of nations by periods in time: birth, maturation, prime of life, [Read more]
It seems the never-ending stream of revelations about the exploits of Trump the Lothario should finally bury his hopes for the White House. However, the latest national poll shows he's behind Clinton by only four points, 43 percent to 47 percent. There are a few reasons for this. Among the reasons is the electorate's [Read more]
The allegations of sexual assault against the Republican candidate can't be brushed away in crying "conspiracy."