Now, regime hard-liners are gleefully rubbing their hands — Trump has put them back in the saddle.
It is almost as if President Trump was enthusiastically and deliberately destroying his bespoke suit, to then proudly display his rags.
A few absurd minutes were all it took for President Orange to destroy an edifice patiently constructed by all, for the good of all.
The mobilization of women does not end with holding signs and creating slogans.
The “mountaintop” of the April 3, 1968 speech in Memphis is still very far off.
Trump practices anti-Keynesianism: he advocates for austerity during crisis and stimulates demand during times of growth.
<i>Studies show that the majority of Africans coming to the United States are better educated than the average American.</i>
In the United States, “shithole gate” hasn’t stopped provoking outraged reactions. According to The Washington Post, "shithole," which set off the controversy on Thursday, is the word [Read more]
[T]he law passed by Congress ... does not reform anything at all. It just further polarizes a country already divided in half.
The reform will indulge the super rich, further confirming the power of a hereditary plutocracy, of which Trump is a ridiculous incarnation.