Now Democrats and Republicans at both ends of the political spectrum are denouncing free trade.
Among the Republicans, the choice for Arabs is between "bad" and "worse." Trump is an idiot who doesn't know a thing about foreign policy ... As for Cruz, he's prepared to sell his soul in order to win the nomination.
Besides the personalities, the primary elections are the setting for a showdown between the deeply engrained political traditions of American history.
A new front is opening in the war between Democrats and Republicans in this election year. By choosing Merrick Garland, a centrist judge on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, for the Supreme Court, President Barack Obama is playing right into it.
Having decided that they must await the outcome of the [Read more]
In the United States these last few weeks, the race for the nominations has reached peak media hype and looks to be in crisis. From the dynastic candidate to the Democratic dissenter, by way of the Republican defenders of the American dream and the extremist troublemaker of a billionaire, all are rebelling against the [Read more]
Clinton and the Democrats must not repeat the mistake of the Republicans and underestimate Trump.
The man is a liar, but he knows how to handle his brand ... He goes everywhere in his portentous private plane, as if he were the real president of the United States just hiding behind the scenes.
Republicans have fueled a fear of the future for years.
Something profoundly sullen has risen to the surface over the course of Obama’s two terms in office.
Far from offering a farewell speech before Congress, with a self-indulgent recount of his achievements, the president talked about the great challenges of the United States.