With the nomination of Mike Pompeo to replace Rex Tillerson as secretary of state, U.S. foreign policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran and adversaries such as Russia, China and North Korea is certainly bound to become more aggressive. President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw the United States [Read more]
The former secretary of state was a fish out of water in the administration from day one.
There is one cause for perplexity though, and it lies with Mark Zuckerberg’s motives.
With the War on Terror officially on the back burner, Russia and China have once again become the United States’ preferred “rivals,” being the superpowers in competition with America for world dominance. President Donald Trump himself made it official during his first speech on national security strategy last [Read more]
The industry and its lobbyists have repeatedly exploited the original sin of fear to advance aggressive pro-gun agendas.
In the United States, where 80 percent of the world’s opioids are consumed, overdose deaths have now surpassed those caused by car accidents and shootings.
The Trump way, i.e., acting like a CEO who gives orders and demands obedience, has been temporarily set aside.
Donald Trump is the first U.S. president to have participated in the March for Life.* The event actually began 45 years ago, but no president has ever taken part in the demonstration until today. During his speech to the American pro-life activists, Trump established “National Sanctity of Human Life Day,” restating [Read more]
The synchronicity between the Vatican and Vladimir Putin, in terms of foreign policy, is visibly growing.
Are these truly acts of corruption or ones involving serious political accountability of the Clintons? Or are they both? It is too soon to tell.