With a flying start, Hillary Clinton is again entering the race for the White House. But we still don’t know what type of president she wants to be.
Since coming from behind to win the 2010 election for senator in Florida, Marco Rubio has born the stamp of being a Republican Obama. With the formalization of his candidature in the Republican presidential primaries on Monday, he wants to invest in what is considered the best part of that label: being a young [Read more]
I know that you are not going to understand what I am going to say. I am counting on that. That is the story of my life — saying things that I suspect no one is going to understand. However, saying these things, responding to an irrepressible desire to let my thoughts free, "It's beyond my control," as Makovich says [Read more]
We will have a year and a half to see, as a laboratory, what has become of the U.S. political class.
The false suspense surrounding Hillary Clinton’s candidacy has ended. So far, the wife of Bill Clinton promises to be — but American presidential campaigns are never decided in advance — the most serious, if not the most formidable contender for the Oval Office of the White House. First because, according to [Read more]
Hillary, during her tenure as Dowager Empress at State, decided, all on her imperious own, that normal practice for record-keeping... did not apply to her.
In the end, people lap up most, if not all of it, and it is the proclaimer of proclamations that wins, even if those proclamations are horribly false and misleading.