One week ago, Sergei Skripal, a former Russian double agent exiled in the United Kingdom, collapsed on a bench in the small town of Salisbury. This mysterious poisoning by nerve agent raised the specter of Alexander Litvinenko in London, who was assassinated by polonium in the center of London 12 years ago. It also [Read more]
The ugly shamelessness of an honest villain is easy to see through, whereas who knows the exact distance between a hypocrite’s real moral bottom line and the public’s perception of it?
The election on Nov. 8 illustrates a violent clash between the proponents of a diverse, globalized America embodied by the Democratic president, Obama, and another America that is worried, weakened in its identity and even racist, whose passions are kindled by the Republican candidate, Trump.
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With the results of the latest U.S. primaries, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that Trump and Clinton will battle it out in the election campaign next November.
Thus, should Trump not win the Republican nomination and decide it is in his interests to continue a campaign, he would probably not hesitate to do so given that it could allow him to play the role of ‘kingmaker’ in the contest.