The NATO Summit in Bucharest
US President Bush’s demand for a rapid assimilation of Georgia and the Ukraine into NATO has failed. He was prepared to deceive important allies, but now must feel beaten. Not even that means anything to him.
Angela Merkel suddenly finds herself in intense disagreement with the US [Read more]
Last week President Bush asked several European journalists to meet with him in order to speak about the upcoming NATO summit in Bucharest. The following dialogue then took place. Bush: “Do people still talk about the rainbow speech? Were you there?” Journalist: “Yes.” Bush: “That was an amazing moment, [Read more]
America, a people in the midst of change. A people whose past has caught up with them.
For many years, with very few exceptions all Americans have followed their president.
All of the decisions of the President were accepted unquestionably by most of the citizens and upheld. Often without even thinking about what [Read more]
Call Girl Scandal
Spitzer Case Exposes the American Left
American liberals and leftists have certainly made quite a fuss when Republicans have been involved in sex scandals! They find the current case of Democratic New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, on the other hand, to be “tragic.” This hypocrisy shows why the [Read more]
Barack Obama gave a speech that is a hit not just on YouTube. It belongs in history textbooks, according to the writer Zafer Senocak. Obama clearly addressed the problems of his nation. Hardly anyone is able to do that here. But we too have issues that deserve a fiery, unifying speech.
Everyone has his own favorite [Read more]
Bush is convinced that the U.S. economy remains the envy of the world in any case, an assessment bringing gasps of astonishment to even the most conservative financial circles in the United States.
International trade should be free and fair, because only then can it result in the largest possible profits of wealth for all. That is how most politicians of the world would probably sum up their credo for the exchange of goods and services in the global economy. Woe to him/her who dares to not participate and who [Read more]
The presidential candidate suggests that the government should buy and resell houses that would otherwise be put up for foreclosure. The tax payer has to fork out. Meanwhile, the markets are doing better.
Theoretical demands of some economists are slowly being transformed into explicit political objectives: a major [Read more]
Vacations with a Cowboy Hat: Vacations in the USA on the Upswing among German Tourists
Berlin – The dollar is cheap, the mood is great: During the travel fair “IBT” in Berlin, broad smiles and laughter were guaranteed when talking to one of the many agents of the offices for US tourism.
After years of [Read more]
He was the man who led America into Iraq in 2003. He was the man who led the troops in their campaign. Nonetheless, General William S. Wallace had doubts about the strategy. It seemed to him too tentative, and led to a confrontation with the Bush camp. Wallace tells Stern how he sees the war today. [Read more]