The midterm elections in the United States are a thermometer of what might happen in the presidential elections two years from now. The 2014 elections are no exception, and the outlook does not look good for Democratic ambitions to continue to govern due to the fact that it has been very difficult for Barack Obama’s [Read more]
Lacking a substantial theme to focus debate, Republicans and Democrats resolve their differences over an illness with high levels of mass panic.
Without a doubt, [Obama] found himself in power at the wrong moment, too early for his personal development, too late for the evolution of the world.
Obama will not be on the ballot this Nov. 4, but as he himself has recognized, the elections will be in a large way a plebiscite on his leadership.
In less than a month, the United States will be faced with the mid-term elections, which will take place on Nov. 4. It is then that it will elect the 435 members of the House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate, as well as some state governors. The elections are considered to be more of an evaluation of the [Read more]
A few weeks before the U.S. midterm elections, many elected Democrats are trying to keep their distance from Barack Obama. Too intellectual, and with little talent for empathy, the president has disappointed.
In the state of Kentucky, Democratic candidate Alison Grimes, who is running against Republican Senate [Read more]
The elections for the House of Representatives and Senate could deal the president a nasty blow. The Americans no longer trust his big words.
People have the impression that the U.S. president has a great deal of power and can decide anything quickly, but this is mistaken. In fact, the structure is even more in danger of falling to the 'politics of indecision' than Japan’s.