Barack Obama has not only been shattered, he has instead hit rock bottom.
<i>The foretold Republican victory tomorrow will be because of resentment votes against Barack Obama.</i>
Tomorrow, the U.S. will have its midterm elections. Americans will vote on who will occupy the 435 seats of the House of Representatives, 33 of the 100 seats of the Senate, and 33 local governments and 46 local [Read more]
The performance of this legislative machine depends on negotiation, which has been hampered in the Obama administration.
The gulf in the opinions of American voters has never been greater than today. Republicans and Democrats live in their own worlds and even see their opponents as a threat.
Even if the Republicans win the next congressional election in three weeks, the results will lead to an even greater paralysis of American [Read more]
There are leading players and organizations that consider the Obama foreign policy to be lukewarm, and have already safeguarded their sidelines under leading Republican players, who are planning their opposition strategy on foreign policy and defense issues.
The general consensus regarding the release of the memoirs of Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State during President Obama's first term, is that it sets the stage for her to achieve in two years what she was unable to do six years ago: become president of the United States. Clinton, however, who seems to be the top [Read more]
The candidates' election results are important, but I hope American voters will have earnest policy debates about the course of their country and the world over the next two years.