Let's simply remember some curious facts from a political past that does not always jibe with the vision of a winning and unbreakable national narrative.
<i> We hope that the withdrawal of support for Trump by his own party has not arrived too late. </i>
Although at this stage it might seem impossible, Donald Trump’s statements continue to surpass their own limits in vulgarity, reaching levels never seen before in American politics and rarely seen at some bars. A [Read more]
<i>Emails discovered on a sex addict’s computer or revealed by Julian Assange have dogged the candidate.</i>
The floodgates were only opened last Friday, when FBI director Jim Comey said that there were new facts in the investigation about the use of personal emails by Hillary Clinton and her staff when she was [Read more]
There is no doubt that Hillary came out of this debate victorious, just as she did in the last two.
<i>She won’t have to pass herself off as 'nice' any longer — but she will have to have a good crisis manager.</i>
In the past, they’d been young, good looking, ambitious and formidably successful; the latter of the two aforementioned characteristics are now carrying Hillary Clinton — who turned 69 years old [Read more]
<b>Barack Obama with his health care reform did more for social cohesion than any American leader since Johnson’s era.</b>
As Donald Trump goes infinitely mad, Barack Obama, the current American president, has awakened a longing that grows exponentially and which is being passed on to the executor of his legacy, [Read more]
The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act has complicated the already strained relations between the U.S. and its allies in the Middle East.
[Trump] ... does harm to conservatism's most elegant principle: skepticism — that feeling of mistrust in the face of perfection, the perfect society and the model politician.
It is "curious" that some issues were left out.
The New York bombing should not become an electoral weapon in the face of presidential elections.
The bomb that exploded in New York over the weekend, as well as the other explosive devices found both in the city and in New Jersey, are a fatal indicator of how democratic societies are exposed to terrorism and how [Read more]