On Tuesday, March 4, 11 states held their primaries and caucuses and an interesting situation arose.
For Democrats, Clinton won in seven states, primarily in places where racial minorities make up a relatively large portion of Democratic voters, and the situation remains the same — if everything continues in this [Read more]
<i>The death of Supreme Court Justice [Antonin] Scalia is this year’s political event in the U.S. and should remain so until the elections.</i>
I was lucky enough — a few years back — to meet Antonin Scalia when he went through Montreal for a conference, where he stood by his Canadian counterpart, Justice Ian [Read more]
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.
If you thought that Donald Trump's campaign had reached its lowest point, wait until you see this performance by the USA Freedom Kids.
<b>"He Who Cannot Be Named" — aren't we allowed to report on Donald Trump? The alternative in the American television lineup: Gun TV.</b>
Oh, Donald Trump! What are you doing to us? You seem to have more evil powers than Lord Voldemort, the wicked wizard in the Harry Potter books. The wannabe president lets [Read more]
There is a poll that scares Donald Trump. According to Monmouth University in Iowa (where on Feb. 1, 2016, the primary race starts with the caucus), Ben Carson, the neurosurgeon, has moved ahead of Trump by 15 points. Carson is the preferred candidate with 32 percent of the vote against the billionaire’s 18 percent. [Read more]
Frankly, Biden’s bid for run has been rumored for few months now. But the timing with which this rumor begins to take solid shape and realize itself is most curious.