One point is clear: economically, the U.S. is a feeble giant.
Right is right. Wrong is wrong. The people and history will pass their last judgments on Bush.
Last Tuesday (18 November 2008), the CEOs of the Big Three said at the Senate Banking Committee hearing that if the federal government does not provide assistance promptly, the American auto sector will cave in, leaving millions out of a job.
If you dont save me, there will be massive unemployment. The threat [Read more]
The challenge of effective control and taming of a beast named capitalism is staring all in the face, be it a new-comer like China or the 300-plus year old system itself.
Obama has been elected the 56th president of United States with a majority vote as expected. His victory makes history not only because he is the first black president and won with majority support, but also because his election occurred in the middle of a financial crisis.
It is also worth mentioning that in his [Read more]
I will not go through the numerous examples of how the U.S. President has eluded the United Nations on global matters and how he has skirted around the Congress and the Americans to implement unpopular policies...
Obama has won.
No surprise. Nothing illogical.
When everyone is talking about his skin color, my eyes are all on the financial tsunami and the Iraqi War.
In this aspect, the incumbent Republican Bush administration has been Obamas best campaign members.
American has elected Obama, not because of his skin color or [Read more]
When Fanny Kemble, a famous British actress known for her performance in "Romeo and Juliet", first arrived in the United States in 1830s, she found the young country a familiar sight, just like one of the remote areas in England. However, when she visited the United States again 35 years later, she found herself [Read more]
The picture of 'a free and democratic America' from 20 years ago has faded in the Chinese peoples hearts. Instead, America is a country of hegemony.
This year’s U.S. presidential election arrives at a very opportune moment for the Democrats.
As the U.S. economy continues to slump, the Republican Party has remained woefully ideologically outdated since the Reagan Era, with its particular emphasis on free markets and reduced government intervention. The Bush [Read more]