The immigration issue is back at the top of the political agenda in the U.S. Last week, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed the toughest bill yet on illegal immigration. Arizona has a population of 6.5 million and approximately 500,000 illegal immigrants. In Phoenix, this situation is politically and socially unstable, [Read more]
Kathryn Bigelow knows what works. Shoot the unknown soldier.
It has been seven years since the invasion of Iraq and the bombardment of Baghdad. The countries involved in this "freedom" are also involved with the market indexes, the dollar and oil prices, recessions and unemployment. Iraq is no longer a newsworthy [Read more]
This is an imperfect and controversial reform ... but right now, Obama has been freed from a political burden that constrained his presidency.
The U.S. will have to reinvent their financial mortgage system in order to escape the socialist threat they fell into.
Ask an Israeli what he thinks of his next door neighbors - Syria, Iran, Egypt, Lebanon - and he will probably say: we are the last safeguard before the Arab invasion. We are the cork. In Holland, the extreme right-wing party PVV, the People’s Liberty Party of Geert Wilders, was the second biggest party in the [Read more]
Elections in the U.S.
Governor is Main Attraction at Convention
Palin Outshines McCain
A new Republican star is born. Sarah Palin, McCains number two, electrifies the convention and eclipses the rumors.
Tony Jenkins, sent to Saint Paul, Minneapolis
0:01 Saturday, September 6th, 2008
Towards the end of the [Read more]
The price of oil is at a high in international markets after declarations by Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz increased concerns of an attack by Israel or the United States against Iran, the fourth largest producer of oil in the world.
At 18:02, the September contract of Brent Crude (Europe's oil benchmark), [Read more]
To Afghanistan, and en masse! The evolution of the situation in Iraq and the campaign for the American presidential elections in November have led John McCain and Barack Obama to go ahead with a series of important proposals in relation to Afghanistan in the last couple of weeks.
McCain defended that the U.S. and NATO [Read more]
On February 2, after the so-called 'Super Tuesday', I wrote here that "the American democracy has once again provided us with an exciting political combat.” I repeat today what I said then, and on greater ground: the two candidates who now confront each other are some of the best that democracy could give us. [Read more]