How incredible that the noble American people have voted for a man like Donald Trump. What disrespect for the White House and for the prestigious presidents who have passed through it, from John Adams in the 1800s to Barack Obama; men who celebrated the history of the United States like Abraham [Read more]
The “major announcement” from Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday, April 27 has every appearance of a deciding factor. Steamrolled by his rival Donald Trump in the primaries for the Republican nomination organized the day before in five northeastern states, Mr. Cruz tried to disrupt the momentum that the real estate [Read more]
The only certainty appears to be that the escalating rhetoric of candidates who exploit the social fear of decline is also a product of a frivolous media complex that cultivates every glitzy spectacle as long as it generates amused, horrified attention.
<i>Once so glorious, modern, and former renovators of the world, the Republicans have fallen into the sphere of frivolity. The success of barkers such as Donald Trump is nearly unstoppable.</i>
Talking about the U.S. Republican Party means bowing humbly toward history. The “Grand Old Party” was the party of the [Read more]
In the US, the expansion of the primary system and blurring of news and entertainment elevate personality and presentation at the expense of policy.
<i>Donald Trump, the most popular Republican presidential candidate, didn’t shine during the debate with his rivals. His answers were irrelevant, and after an hour he gave the impression of being overwhelmed by the erudition of his colleagues.</i>
Actually, there were two separate debates: the first with the less [Read more]
It happens more often than you think. In the end, it’s a woman who puts the class bully in his place. While her male classmates try to pass by unnoticed, whistling while they look in the other direction, she lets fly with what everyone is thinking, right in his face. And she makes him back down. That is exactly what [Read more]
Republicans, and along with them all of America, are struggling with an eccentric billionaire’s populism, whose magic seems invincible.
<i>In the primaries, Republicans are only able to tarnish Donald Trump's image somewhat. They have no real alternative to him.</i>
The problem Republicans have isn't Donald Trump. In Wednesday evening's debate, CNN moderator Jake Tapper declared open season on the nonchalant entrepreneur, and it was a welcome [Read more]
The U.S. has only admitted 1,500 Syrians. The fear of Islamic extremists is great; the debate on immigration venomous.