The ardent defenders of President Trump’s reckless foreign policy claim that the “deep state” is out to get the President of the United States. Do they have a case?
Donald Trump’s rap sheet is spectacularly long. The Democrats made a big political mistake not impeaching him for all his offenses.
A sensible climate plan will marry CO2 reductions aimed at remediating the climate challenge with infrastructure improvements designed to mitigate its impact.
If Donald J. Trump is darkness, then Marianne Williamson is light.
In terms of economic contentedness, the summer of 2019 in the U.S. and globally had an eerie feeling of the summer of 1913.
For House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, it comes down to this: “To Impeach or not to impeach. That is the question.”
When Ocasio-Cortez calls for “Medicare for All,” the right calls her a socialist. But a large segment of the US electorate may be ready for a bit of socialism.
In the U.S., there is no one left who has not formed an opinion on Donald Trump. That’s a problem for Republicans in 2020.
Whether intentional or not, Donald Trump serves the Kremlin’s interests — from NATO to the global economy and the Middle East to democracy.
What makes this particular market correction so spooky is that, unlike in 2008, no single reason has yet been identified as causing the downturn.