[I]t seems increasingly clear that the voters don’t want any of the candidates who are still in the race.
Among the Republicans, the choice for Arabs is between "bad" and "worse." Trump is an idiot who doesn't know a thing about foreign policy ... As for Cruz, he's prepared to sell his soul in order to win the nomination.
If it can be said that the young senator Barack Obama’s defeat of Hilary Clinton to win the nomination in the 2008 election indicated a break with tradition for the Democratic Party; then it may be said that the Republican Party is in the process of acting out a similar play in 2016, and that the drama of this play far exceeds what occurred in 2008 for the Democrats.
Extremism is spreading across political fields all around the world.
<i>While the primaries continue on Tuesday, multiple incidents at the Republican candidate’s rallies could galvanize his supporters.</i>
The video taken a few days ago in Missouri is chilling. It shows Faizan Syed, a member of a Muslim association, engaging in conversation with Donald Trump’s supporters lining [Read more]
On Tuesday, March 4, 11 states held their primaries and caucuses and an interesting situation arose.
For Democrats, Clinton won in seven states, primarily in places where racial minorities make up a relatively large portion of Democratic voters, and the situation remains the same — if everything continues in this [Read more]
<i>Monday sees the start of the U.S. primaries in the state of Iowa, at a time when the two main parties — the Republicans and Democrats — are in crisis.</i>
Iowa, a state in the American Midwest with only 3 million inhabitants, kicks off the most uncertain and contested primaries in U.S. history. There are [Read more]
No one fits the description “strong and wrong” more aptly than Donald Trump: His boundless self-confidence makes the presidential candidate appear strong while being wrong about a number of things.
The U.S. has only admitted 1,500 Syrians. The fear of Islamic extremists is great; the debate on immigration venomous.