<i> We hope that the withdrawal of support for Trump by his own party has not arrived too late. </i>
Although at this stage it might seem impossible, Donald Trump’s statements continue to surpass their own limits in vulgarity, reaching levels never seen before in American politics and rarely seen at some bars. A [Read more]
Hillary Clinton's fainting spell could cost her the presidency.
Trump will not be the first (in the event he reaches the White House and he delivers on his campaign promises) president to enact racist laws that place restrictions on immigrants of specific ethnic groups during his reign.
U.S. politics are regressing to an age of division, extremes and hatred.
It would be terrible, but probably not as bad as we hear.
Now Democrats and Republicans at both ends of the political spectrum are denouncing free trade.
They both profoundly despise culture and education, and live in a world filled with champagne, sycophants and bodyguards that completely isolates them from the suffering and hopes of the common people.
<i>Her fiercest competitor is losing momentum. The “Democratic Socialist” Bernie Sanders is not getting young sympathizers to the ballot box. And so the path seems clear for the former first lady.</i>
Hillary Clinton shouldn’t open the champagne just yet; rather she should let it chill in the fridge before [Read more]
<i>Terrorists can be very pleased with themselves — the negative effects of the terrorist attacks in Paris are strongly felt, even in America.</i>
Republicans have swallowed the bait, and they say things that stoke religious tension or even hostility — in other words, they are playing out the Islamic State’s [Read more]