The essence of televised political debates would be appreciated in a society, such as America or Great Britain, where prospective voters can see it as an opportunity to evaluate the policies, preparedness and demeanor of those who seek to govern them.
The two white pumpkin-haired twins ... base their leadership on nationalist instincts, governing by emotional spasm.
Both men are so desperate to be liked that a chorus of disapproval is sometimes the most appropriate response.
The president ... now facing impeachment ... bipartisan criticism for withdrawing troops from the Syrian border, has ... greeted the killing of the self-styled Caliphate leader with an overdose of gory details.
Trump’s desertion of the Kurds reveals how close his foreign policy really is to that of Barack Obama.
Among the many similarities between the two, there is one that stands out: Neither was elected on anything more concrete than promises of restoring the good old days.
It was as if you were in a pub, and about to reward your thirst with another alcoholic trophy, and as you take an Olympic sip to finish the glass, the waiter preemptively ends your future alcoholic ambitions by strongly hinting that the establishment is closing.
Here's how one observer feels about the Group of [Read more]
..[T]he scales of values are changing, and we are getting increasingly used to raging tweets, to abrasive decisions, and even to insults.
Politicians like Trump or Johnson have not prospered despite their insolence and racist jokes, but rather thanks to them.
There are changes that took place on Nov. 8, 2016 that can never be undone.