After all this panic, mayhem and gore, most likely nothing will change. This presidential election is reaching a predictable end. And once it’s over, the next four years will look a lot like the last eight.
When American children see Hillary Clinton, they assume that a woman can occupy the Oval Office, Michelle Obama said in one of her iconic speeches. The presence of a woman in the highest U.S. political office should be considered as positive, but that assertion is not the only contribution the first lady’s remarks [Read more]
People won’t admit to voting for Trump for fear of being perceived as racist, or so that they’re not accused of committing America’s worst social offense: being a loser, a poor person.
A long time ago, in 1992 to be exact, my colleague Black Johnny (a boxer who did time in prison and picked up some radical ideas there) came after me over a T-shirt from the then-popular rock group Soundgarden.
He didn’t like the swastika-like logo. Back then I was young and foolish, so I just shrugged my [Read more]
TESTIMONIALS - Either undecided or abstaining, these voters are struggling to identify with the aspiring presidents’ manifestos, which they feel are too far removed from their own concerns.
“I’ve not actually seen a very solid plan from either candidate for what I’m concerned with, which is the residents, [Read more]