We are seeing attempts to crush the images of Trump and Putin in the minds of Americans.
Everyone expected that the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, would beat the Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, in a landslide victory to become the 45th president, opening a new chapter in American history. What happened shook the world and had global repercussions. Trump, who attempted [Read more]
Year after year, the fallout in the United States garners world attention. The U.S. presidential election is no longer an internal affair; it is substantiating the world’s opinion that the U.S. has become a prevailing source of evil throughout the world. Ultimately, its effects will expand and affect all five [Read more]
The coup in Brazil, the peace agreement with the Revolutionary Front in Colombia, and the outbreak of protests on the streets of Venezuela all signal an Orange Spring in Caracas.
As far as her opponent Trump is concerned, Hillary can handle him.
Wherever you go in the Arab world, you hear criticism of America and the West. I can assure you that over the last few years, I have not met an Arab who didn’t blame the West for its inability to not meddle in the internal affairs of other countries or regions in general. I cannot say that I’m surprised, but the [Read more]
Because of his conflicting comments, tweets and the uproar that accompanies him, it has become difficult to know who Trump really is.
America has not become the earthly paradise about which the poet Walt Whitman dreamed. It has not become the planet that President Roosevelt envisioned. Rather it has become the vision and model of satirists like Ginsberg, Corso and Miller, whose works acknowledge hatred, love and the desire to be better.
Bernie Sanders, the Democratic candidate for the American presidency, frustrated the hopes of his hardline supporters when he announced his withdrawal from the election, and called on his supporters to back his rival Hillary Clinton. They had hoped that he would remain in the battle until the end, continuing to draw [Read more]
The tradition of just having two candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties compete against each other is ending.