In televised debates, the Republican Party's main presidential candidates have indulged in a strange competition: Who will promise to commit the most war crimes once he is elected. As of now, they are committed to "grow Guantanamo" (Marco Rubio), submit prisoners to waterboarding (Ted Cruz) or "even worse" (Donald [Read more]
The search for the world’s number one cop has begun in Iowa. Gather round, it’s starting!
The ignorance of Americans about the rest of the world is apparent to everyone around the globe.
In official White House discourse, Arab nations have come to be associated with doctrines and sects, majority and minority.
Family elitism seems to have invaded even the most diverse levels of the American political landscape, which makes it difficult for new candidates to climb onto the political stage.
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.
Clinton versus the Republicans, and Bush versus The Rest of the Republicans.
George W. Bush had it all to triumph in his Latin America policies. Raised in Texas, he liked cowboy boots so much that he was photographed with the Mexican president comparing whose boots were more artistic. Confident in his Spanish that he had perhaps learned through his sister-in-law, Columba, he dared to go to [Read more]