A trend in a country that’s exhausted by the discourse of those that currently hold the reins of the Oval Office.
As happened earlier with Ronald Reagan, young people trust in the wisdom of a candidate with experience.
A rebellious, revolutionary campaign, a hostile take-over of an ancient party which has had leaders such as Abraham Lincoln, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan.
The development of American electoral democracy seems to have entered a dead end.
Donald Trump has been confirmed as the de facto U.S. Republican presidential candidate. There is no possibility that Sen. Bernie Sanders will defeat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. This presidential election is expected to be a “Hillary vs. Trump.”
But an interesting phenomenon has been discovered as [Read more]
<i>The billionaire wins in New York. Big time. Should we feel sorry for the Americans now? Hardly.</i>
New York made its choice, and Donald Trump was the winner — big time — with 60 percent of the vote. The outcome was a message to the Republican Party, as well as to the other remaining candidates, delivered [Read more]
Despite its characterization within the United States, the attention of the American presidential race has, until now, been notable for the absence of traditional foreign policy issues on the part of both parties’ candidates — pointing to a continuation of the current policies laid down by President Barack Obama.