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]
In action, the Obama Doctrine wasn't much different than the Bush Doctrine.
According to media reports, violent demonstrations and clashes following the deaths of two African-American citizens at the hands of police resulted in the deaths of five police officers. Black immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean and other places in the world are settled in fairly large numbers in different U.S. [Read more]
It's foolish that people depend on weapons to ensure peace when they bring about even greater danger.
The president's arrival to Cuba last night extols the end of more than half a century of estrangement between the U.S. and Cuba.
President Obama has not supported an ally of the United States without directing the arrows of scrutiny and sharp criticisms at it.
<i>The death of Supreme Court Justice [Antonin] Scalia is this year’s political event in the U.S. and should remain so until the elections.</i>
I was lucky enough — a few years back — to meet Antonin Scalia when he went through Montreal for a conference, where he stood by his Canadian counterpart, Justice Ian [Read more]
Partisan politics have completely permeated the American judicial system from the highest level down.
<i>Nearly all the Republican presidential candidates favor a relaxation of America's ban on torture. If one of them wins the election, the brutal practice will once again become business as usual.</i>
The first primary election takes place a week from now in the state of Iowa. By this summer, Democrats and [Read more]
How to survive the U.S. elections without Jon Stewart:
The U.S. elections are a farce, have always been a farce and will remain forever a farce. They last for a long time — a very long time. Between Donald Trump's opening announcement in early summer 2015 and the actual voting in November 2016, a year and a half [Read more]