[W]e thank the heavens that we don’t have such a space cadet in charge on this side of the border.
Europe is painfully discovering, in the midst of the pandemic, that it has not equipped itself with the tools of sovereignty.
The state of Missouri has already filed the first lawsuit against the Chinese Communist Party, and it is suspected that Trump will request reparations, like the victors at the end of a war used to do to the defeated power.
The reason for the historic crash in oil prices lies in the lack of oil storage tanks in the central part of the United States, especially in Cushing, Oklahoma, the main oil storage hub.
[T]his study only further confirms what most experts already knew: that heat is a favorable environment for a reduction in the transmission of a virus.
The Constitution leaves no doubt that, overall, power lies with the states and the people.
In the next few months, we will certainly see a reconfiguration of the most powerful nations in the world.
[I]n the face of this health crisis that is attacking American society at its fundamental bastions, many observers have found a new expression — the most powerless country in the world.
Interrupting funding to the WHO in the midst of combating a world health crisis is the worst idea that a political leader could possibly have.
While [Trump] humiliates the office of the president, turning lies into a virtue and declaring war on the free press, it destroys norms across the world.