Even in an overwhelmingly conservative state, which has elected Republican senators for the last 25 years, the electorate seems unwilling to endorse the erratic, authoritarian and unprofessional way of governing provided by the current occupant of the White House.
Besides being cruel, as Obama described it, it is astounding that the USA is willing to lose such talent.
Democrats have more to gain than lose with the “dreamers,” who, for the nightmare called Donald Trump, are more of an electoral bargaining chip than potential undocumented immigrants.
Every verbal statement or turn of phrase that Trump delivers comes from Christie.
The next U.S. president will be Hillary Clinton.
Europe is not the only nation struggling to cope with one of the great movements of our time — immigration. The United States is also divided on this subject, which is a familiar one to them, as immigration is one of the fundamental elements of its DNA. However, on the other side of the Atlantic, as on the Old [Read more]
The recent State of the Union address is Obama’s high-profile summary of his past six years. It will help alter people’s view that the changes in Congress are stifling him.
All the president can do now is offer temporary relief.
Obama made too many promises and created too many expectations, and his media bubble burst due to a lack of depth and ability to implement.
Far from gridlock being a problem, it is a blessing in disguise.