[T]he Republican base is supporting a candidate that cannot win. How do you explain such irrationality?
Trump has capitalized on many Republicans' anger and frustration with their party's performance over the past several years.
Even in the United States, sticks and stones may break one's bones, and words will hurt, too.
The longer this time of political clowns endures, the more the Republican Party will be seen as a collection of extremists that, for independent voters in the middle, is not electable.
What good is having a net worth of more than $8 billion if you cannot say what you think? It is possible that the tycoon, Donald Trump, has asked this question before. Perhaps he asked it of himself on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 16, shortly before announcing, in an incendiary speech, that he would be running as [Read more]
Trump is momentarily riding high, thanks to the media. Yet this will not last.