Political mines may obliterate any progress made in the U.S. primaries by early summer.
The Grand Old Party has begun dissecting itself. The alliance of establishment Republicans with far-right populists is becoming a dangerous boomerang.
It's clear that the Republican majority in the House is ruled by chaos.
<i>Francis remained faithful to his previous message while visiting the United States without mentioning the issue trifecta of contraception, abortion and gay marriage. However, the pope rejects Obama's progressive social policy.</i>
America's presidential primary campaign is a perverse contest of outdoing one [Read more]
For months now, Boehner has faced guerrilla forces from the Republican Party’s right wing, which opposed the compromises the speaker had struck with the Democrats.
What we are currently watching is a battle between two men, each of whom believes that he will leave his name in the annals of history. There is Barack Obama, who has nothing left before him except to reach toward an agreement with Iran in order for history to remember him. Then there is Benjamin Netanyahu, or [Read more]
Will Benjamin Netanyahu’s tedious diatribe in front of the [U.S.] Congress enable him to make any agreement between Washington and Tehran politically impossible by presenting it as a new Munich?
John Boehner is the nation's most powerful Republican and the most influential politician in Washington after the president and vice president. He is the speaker of the House of Representatives and also the most well-known crybaby in the entire country. And now he has new reasons for shedding tears, as he is hated by [Read more]
Netanyahu killed thousands of Palestinians, including 517 children in his latest war on the Gaza Strip. He, however, has not been sentenced to death, but was invited to speak before a joint session of the American Congress and applauded by its members, his partners in killing children.
<i>The visit of the Israeli prime minister to the United States, which goes against all rules of protocol, has angered the Democratic camp and strained relations between the two countries.</i>
John Kerry has tried to calm the situation. On the eve of Benjamin Netanyahu’s highly controversial visit to Washington, [Read more]