The presidential election is gradually approaching ... if there’s one thing [Trump] is truly lacking, it’s the Jewish vote.
Why shouldn’t Trump influence an election campaign in favor of a jingoistic, right-wing pal?
[T]he U.S. – unlike China – also doesn’t use new technologies to prevent suspicious people from buying bus, train or plane tickets.
If he doesn’t get his wall passed, what will he have to offer voters in contrast to other Republicans?
The lyrics speak of a 'wall … high enough to keep all those filthy hands off of our hopes and our dreams.'
Of course, no one wants a nuclear war — but a conventional one, on the other hand, would please the entire West.
It’s high time we face up to the notion that the main battle over Euro-American space is taking place inside individual countries.
Every country determines its own principals for granting citizenship. But the subject of immigration is more consequential.
The lesson is clear: It’s good to be ahead of public opinion, but you can’t push for change too forcefully. The reaction may be even worse than the original state of things.
One practically wants to cry out: If not Mattis, who; if not now, when?