It’s undeniable that Clinton is much more attuned to the business world than to the world of the working class.
1. Eight years ago, when she had just won the New Hampshire primaries by a small margin, Hillary Clinton, thus a candidate for the White House, let a few tears fall when faced by a perfectly innocuous question from a journalist. How can you manage to always keep yourself like this, coifed, well-kept, serene? What could [Read more]
It would be terrible, but probably not as bad as we hear.
<i>Donald Trump is the dream candidate for authoritarian leaders who want to see the U.S. sink, and there is no end in sight for his delusions.</i>
For all those complaining about the leaden sky looming over France, we recommend taking a look at what is happening in the United States: There, things are far from [Read more]
<i>Hillary Clinton [is shown] at a campaign rally in Cleveland, Ohio on June 12, 2016.</i>
The worst massacre the U.S. has suffered since 9/11 was the fruit of a combination of jihadi ideology disseminated over the internet, and the permissive U.S. culture regarding arms. The combination of these two factors [Read more]
In addition to the overreach in the Second Amendment, pro-weapons organizations lobby with such force that congressmen and presidents bow to them. Nevertheless, an even greater risk than lobbying gun advocacy groups and businesses is the intolerance and contempt of those who think differently from one another.
The U.S. has practically no way to manage these vicious attacks, apart from condemning them, feeling sorrow, and then waiting for the next shooting to happen.