After the third and last debate between McCain and Obama, it is worth drawing some conclusions about this type of confrontation. The dramatic financial crisis did not obscure the importance of the American Presidential race. This race has reached a decisive phase in which the candidates positions are interlocked with [Read more]
BRUSSELS - The U.S. financial crisis has begun to infect even Europe, where governments have been forced into a series of bank rescue plans. The panic has overwhelmed the stock exchanges; even Milan, which has not been very well convinced of the U.S. rescue plan, has shown a fall of more than 4 percent for Italy. Mario [Read more]
The Republican candidate has tried to put up a defense against Barack Obama, but there has never been a K.O. blow.
The polls continue to show the Democratic candidate is ahead. He is preparing his team for the White House. Among the names there are many surprises, from women to a moderate Republican from New York.
Two whites, a Hispanic, at least one woman. "If Obama wins the election, as it appears probable, his administration [Read more]
McCain is confused and without ideas; Obama is safe, but no surprises
The debate between Obama and McCain was broadcasted live in many venues
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He plays at home in his preferred format of meet with the people, in which he must therefore do better, to meet the expectations that were raised when he [Read more]
What if the new man Obama wins thanks to others collapse? It wouldnt be nice, since the next President of the United States will have to fill in the gap left by this overall crisis.
New York. With three weeks left until the elections, the democratic candidate for the White House, Barack Obama, is ten points ahead of his republican rival John McCain, according to the latest poll from ABC News/Washington Post, although Zogby/Reuters put his lead at only 4 points.
ABCs survey shows Obama in the [Read more]
The presidential candidates are in total disagreement about the war. Obama: "Wrong conflict; it is necessary to act with judgement." McCain: "We have won; I counted on that."
Obama-McCain, it is melting the ice about the situation in Iraq. Today more than ever, both candidates have been talking about their [Read more]
New Yorkers want Michael Bloomberg. An opinion poll revealed that the majority of citizens of the Big Apple want the mayor to remain in office for a third mandate.
Research conducted at Quinnipiac University showed that 54% of the citizens are favorable to the extension of Bloombergs time in office. The New York [Read more]
The interests of investors is much better represented in Washington than those of taxpayers and Wall Street loves the idea of a rescue at the expense of the taxpayer.