Russia’s alleged meddling in American elections isn’t something bizarre, but on the contrary, a cyber age reproduction of what the U.S. itself has been doing for many years.
The current administration has been shrouded by a fog of suspicion that hasn’t subsided.
Trump has managed to pull the wool over his voters’ eyes by attacking the decisions made by his predecessor in a systematic and almost obsessive manner.
It would be naive to believe that if Russia meddled with the Balkan states it would not want to do so with Mexico.
The presidency of Donald Trump has reached a new crisis, adding to a continuous chain of crises that have over shadowed the eight months he has spent in the White House. The events in Charlottesville, Virginia, last Saturday, which saw violent confrontations and claimed the life of a paralegal, an activist with the [Read more]
Bernie has lost his disguise as a poor man.
<i>The New York Times has disclosed the first clear evidence that Russia infiltrated the Republican presidential campaign.</i>
Although he makes continual claims to the contrary, the criticism fired at Donald Trump is a constant burden for him. In fact, multiple sources report the same number of hours that he [Read more]
Week after week, the rift between President Donald J. Trump and the world of American corporate media grows increasingly wider. The occupant of the White House and the main U.S. TV networks and newspapers are on two separate planes, still interacting with the same iron fist they’ve had since the first months of the [Read more]