In my Dec. 12 article, I addressed some of the reasons why despite winning more than 2.7 million popular votes, Hillary Clinton lost the presidency of the United States by 74 electoral votes. As you may recall, it is the sum of the electoral votes assigned to each state and not the popular vote that determines the [Read more]
The paternal grandparents of Bob Dylan, Zigma and Anna Zimmerman, native to Odessa, Ukraine, immigrated to America in search of freedom and progress. An anti-Semitic massacre had thrown them out in 1905. His maternal grandparents, Benjamin and Lybba Edelstein, emigrated from Lithuania in 1902.
Abram Zimmerman and [Read more]
The most powerful country in the world with an arrogant megalomaniac controlling its destiny is a threat to humanity.
The U.S. presidential election will intensely affect the whole world, and the markets are beginning to experience it. Whatever happens, economic liberalism will be buried, something only candidate Gary Johnson preaches; Johnson being a candidate who would get only 13 percent of the vote, according to The Washington [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.
Today we see something similar to Venezuela in the electoral campaign in the United States.
e presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at first said he didn't know much about Brexit to have an opinion, but when the United Kingdom voted to separate from the European Union, he immediately scaled the crest of the wave to applaud passage of the referendum and tried to find parallels with his quest [Read more]
Where is the moral superiority when those who were left out have no arguments and merely hurl insults and hostilities and hold grudges?
Followers of Trump and Obama do have one thing in common: the idea of change.
It’s undeniable that Clinton is much more attuned to the business world than to the world of the working class.