[U]nder Trump, the moral superiority of the U.S. has given way to boundless relativism.
It provides the perfect rallying cry for many conservatives put off by Trump to still vote for Republican candidates this fall. In doing so, they can fulfill Trump's dream, and many Americans' nightmare, of shaping the country's jurisprudence for decades to come.
<i>For Donald Trump, separating families of immigrants who illegally enter the U.S. at the border is logical. But his position is not only opposed by the majority of Americans, there is even resistance coming from within his own party.</i>
While the question about how to treat immigrants is threatening to shatter [Read more]
The world has become worn down by Trump's bluster and used to his constant stream of lunacy. But this numbness shouldn't lead to the normalization and acceptance of his aggressive outrageousness.
The racist undertone is as obvious as the creeping moral brutality.
[A] potential tariff on the automobile sector puts many historic U.S. partners in the spotlight.
[R]arely has anyone exploited the power of the currency to the degree Trump is doing. 'Donald Trump has turned the dollar into a weapon.'