Trump, Trump, always Trump. In the U.S. presidential election campaign so far, it's been all about the blonde-haired billionaire with behavioral issues. Donald Trump even dominates a televised debate of Republican candidates when he's not even there. More than once in their discussion, his rivals referred to the [Read more]
<i>The chances are looking good for America's first female president. The queen of the Democrats only has to fear Marco Rubio – and Bill Clinton.</i>
When, if not now? Hillary Clinton may well have asked that question nine years ago as she confidently announced her candidacy for the presidency in 2007 in a YouTube [Read more]
'Yes, effective climate protection is important, but it is going to cost you something.' Whoever is serious about the fight against climate change should begin every speech with this sentence.
Where else but the U.S. could a teleshopping channel come up with the idea of bringing a gun shop right into everyone's living room? Convenient gun buying on TV – that's just one of the excesses the gun nuts in America have produced.
Atrocities like the one in San Bernardino also bring out the worst and the best [Read more]
There are no special zones for mentalities in which ... young men without wives and a future believe that becoming “martyrs” is a career move.
The deployment of elite U.S. soldiers in northern Syria looks like a reaction to Russian leadership on affairs.
Abortion, guns, gay marriage: For purely political purposes, America's right wing reignites ideological arguments that have long since been settled.
Gun enthusiasts in the United States — in the Bible Belt, also known popularly as God's Own Country — prefer to hold onto the Old Testament principle of “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” That's the only explanation possible for the name given to a new assault rifle on the market: the Crusader. The [Read more]
The longer one sticks to the illusion of raising school performance levels with punishable tests, the greater the disillusionment will be.