This Tuesday, The New York Times is repeating a former practice of the American government that is truly embarrassing. Then Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, now on track for the presidential election, used a private email address to discuss diplomatic issues, based on evidence from sources coming from the [Read more]
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu is betting the farm on one card in the Iranian nuclear poker game. He is alienating the United States, the most important protector the Jewish state has.
Benjamin Netanyahu has never projected a particularly religious image, but before embarking on his journey to Washington on what [Read more]
She is a purely manufactured candidate, as artificial as plastic flowers in a cheap restaurant.
Hillary Clinton has not yet officially announced her candidacy for next year's presidential elections, yet few doubt she will do so within the next few months. It is likely that she will become the first woman president of the United States. It is improbable that the Democratic Party will produce a candidate able to [Read more]
The American government is a sprawling and merciless organization, for which the lives of “others” don’t matter unless they support the permanent interests of the United States. This government is made up of men and women who, having achieved the pinnacle of power, lose all sense of mercy and humanity; only their [Read more]
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered her vision as a potential presidential candidate on Feb. 24 in Silicon Valley. Obviously, she still hadn’t officially announced her candidacy yet.
At the Santa Clara Convention Center in California, Clinton sat down with Re/Code’s Kara Swisher for an interview. [Read more]
Merkel and Obama are making use of a transatlantic union. But in case there is any doubt, American domestic interests take priority.
<i>It is not just Hilary Clinton who is worrying the American conservatives as an opponent, it is also the fact that her remedies are not enough to allay the fears of the middle class.</i>
Mitt Romney's surprise withdrawal from the list of presidential candidates has reshuffled the cards among Republicans. [Read more]
He would seem to be the walking slogan of the Republicans' campaign. Jeb Bush spoke and all was quiet. It looks like the youngest of the dynasty is heading right for the Republican nomination for presidency. Being a Bush isn't easy, but it certainly seems to be very effective.
Nobody wants to challenge Jeb, [Read more]