During interviews granted to the media over the last few days, even the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, as well as Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, wondered if Donald Trump would run for a second term in 2020, hardly hiding their fear (or their wish?) that the billionaire would crash the presidential vehicle into a [Read more]
Democrats have more to gain than lose with the “dreamers,” who, for the nightmare called Donald Trump, are more of an electoral bargaining chip than potential undocumented immigrants.
At what point will Trump have gone too far for moderate Republicans?
Put simply, no matter what the White House says about it, James Comey was dismissed because he led a sensitive investigation capable of taking down the president.
The American election and Trump's admittedly unexpected victory are not going to change the relationship between the U.S. and countries like Algeria, a relationship that is based first and foremost on the Algerian expertise in the fight against terrorism. As proof of this, the previous Washington administrations have [Read more]
The Democratic Party’s policy to protect marginalize groups may no longer be beneficial.