For the better part of an hour, Trump presented an erratic picture of America soaring to new heights — heights that Americans can't see.
If the United States wants to continue as a world power, it must strengthen its brainpower against China. But this will only work if it entices highly qualified immigrants to its country.
Once again, Barack Obama has his hands full and it will not be easy for him to solve all the problems that have appeared in from of him over the past few weeks. On top of everything, some of these problems are rooted in the opposition his own party members have expressed toward at least two of his initiatives.
The Wild West still lives in the minds of men like Kintner, and it feeds on dormant movements like the tea party.
Hillary Clinton promises a larger amnesty, nudging Latinos to vote for her.
On Nov. 20, 2014, Barack Obama pushed, without the support of Congress, the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program (DAPA), which seeks to give work permits to, and stop deportations of, parents of U.S. citizens, as well as to expand the coverage of the Deferred Action for [Read more]
Once again, Obama demonstrates that he has no moral authority to speak of human rights.
Guatemala, along with El Salvador and Honduras, has become a threat that seriously worries the White House.
President Obama's offer of $1 billion per year for five years to Central America remains valid after officials in Washington met with ambassadors from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, as well as the Inter-American Development Bank, to prepare the "Plan of the Alliance for Prosperity in the Northern Triangle." [Read more]