<i>The United States presidential campaign is moving forward along with the candidacy of Trump, who previously was not taken seriously as a factor that would dramatically affect the electoral process, but is now beginning to be attentively considered.</i>
Donald Trump has had great skill in channeling discontent [Read more]
Is Clinton the mythical Athena, a woman born out of her father’s head to guard the patriarchy?
Sanders might pose a temporary threat, but he will lose in the end, partially due to his own fault.
There is something particularly rotten about 2015: a different type of insolence, an astonishing and, indeed, new lack of modesty.
The president is pulling out all the stops for the remainder of his presidency.
I wonder if this political communication strategy is devised or approved by his campaign advisers in order to create headlines, or if he simply loses control and breaks from the guidelines set by the experts that he’s contracted.
<i>Donald Trump's harmful statements are forcing the Republican candidates to become more radical to the detriment of the heads of the party.</i>
For a long time, the Republicans appeared divided in the face of the war machine put in place by Hillary Clinton on the Democrats’ side. As of now, an inside enemy is [Read more]
It has been said that if you fight with a pig, you both end up muddy. The difference is that the pig likes to wallow in the mud, but to us, it reeks. For this same reason, you cannot play with it. In conclusion, the pig cannot be the enemy, but it also cannot be your friend.
For Martha, in this bad hour:
Trump is momentarily riding high, thanks to the media. Yet this will not last.