The campaign for the presidential election could have taken a civilized turn. Hillary Clinton among Democrats, Jeb Bush among Republicans: two well-known names, holding consensus positions within their parties. But it is outsiders who are in the forefront.
Donald Trump, early on regarded as entertainment, is now [Read more]
Consistency, huge crowds and no Super PAC.
Democratic U.S. President Harry Truman, criticizing the incongruity and cynicism of Republican Richard Nixon, once said that Nixon was a man who could chop down a tree one moment, and in the next, climb up the fallen trunk to give a talk about nature conservation.
Nowadays, it's Hillary Clinton who is notorious for [Read more]
What is happening on the two main stages of Anglo-Saxon democracy these days?
If only for the sake of spoiling the Clinton coronation, we hope his campaign lasts for many months to come.
The police no longer control the narrative about certain events. They have lost their interpretational sovereignty.
The money’s still on Hillary versus Jeb in 2016. But not before Bernie and the Donald make each of them look a little worse.