On CNN television, the Republican presidential candidates were arguing which one of them will be the toughest in fighting against terrorism, outracing each other in talking garbage and boasting about the war crimes they intend to commit. In a surrealistic argument, witnessed on Tuesday night by CNN viewers, the victor [Read more]
<i>The Republican television debates mainly illustrate one thing: Donald Trump isn't the only loony out there.</i>
Will it turn into a duel between front-runners Ted Cruz and Donald Trump? That was the question during this fifth and final TV debate between the Republican candidates for the presidency at the Hotel [Read more]
<i>Taxes in America are too high and so are wages. America's best days are gone for good: The Republican TV debates have so far been astoundingly fact-free.</i>
“The Magnificent Eight” found themselves in dismal surroundings: too much regulation, the markets bogged down, the nation's capital like the Augean [Read more]
Christians are not advancing the prestige of the U.S. by tying its origins to God; they are promoting their idea of God by associating it with the very successful brand that is America.
The U.S. has only admitted 1,500 Syrians. The fear of Islamic extremists is great; the debate on immigration venomous.
<i>Donald Trump's harmful statements are forcing the Republican candidates to become more radical to the detriment of the heads of the party.</i>
For a long time, the Republicans appeared divided in the face of the war machine put in place by Hillary Clinton on the Democrats’ side. As of now, an inside enemy is [Read more]
<i>Control over the Republican Party has slipped away from the “old boys.” The sheer number of candidates, currently at 17, shows the inner disunity.</i>
A new phase in the U.S. primary race has begun with the first televised debate of Republican candidates. The campaign, which has so far happened far from the [Read more]
The police no longer control the narrative about certain events. They have lost their interpretational sovereignty.
Though this new law will partially reduce the NSA’s ability to collect this metadata, it will not significantly hinder the vast majority of the U.S. agency's large-scale surveillance activities.
The shadow of 9/11 still haunts U.S. society and there is no way that more than a few mainstream politicians are going to be willing to lower the country’s guard.