Next year, we may well see a duel of the billionaires.
[L]et’s have no illusions about relations with the U.S. A rebirth of our values system is decidedly not taking place, and our interests are downright transactional.
I just don’t understand how a country that gave the world Franklin D. Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, ... or even Henry Ford could elect a man with the morality of Trump.
[I]’s truly amazing when radical Democrats kick around the best helper their party could have in its ambitions to gain the White House.
[T]he regional strategic order is falling apart. One can no longer count on American military domination and diplomatic predictability so easily.
It wasn’t very savvy of Facebook to prohibit Trump from running an ad on his wife Melania’s birthday this spring.
[W]orking with facts isn’t Trump’s strong suit ... in this case the president is lying to [American voters] at their risk.
[W]orldwide demand for energy rose by 2.9% last year, the fastest growth since 2010. In the U.S., it was a bit higher: 3.5%.
The U.S. has decided not only to play world cop, but God. It is dead set on designating which countries behave like “normal states” and which do not.
Trump and Merkel are betting on the possibility there will be agreement with someone.