That Democrats only defeated Donald Trump by so narrow a margin suggests that they need to re-think their political strategy big time.
“Nothin’ could be finer” than to see Georgia flip yet again.
Will the 45th U.S. President live out his remaining years in a comfortable palace, surrounded by fawning courtiers who pledge obedience to him as their rightful leader?
An overly lengthy transition period can be highly destabilizing even in the U.S. — a nation that deems itself a mature democracy.
U.S. political campaigns are one vast, sprawling political slush fund, designed to create a money-based web of post-election dependencies that is vast and largely impenetrable.
Is this really the time to “humor” the outgoing U.S. President by allowing him slowly to come to terms with reality — like a little boy?
The U.S’s dire need of significant reforms of its voting, media, education and justice system.
During the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714), Britain was as divided along partisan cultural lines as the United States is today. That history offers hope to Americans.
To explain how Trump almost pulled off his reelection requires a deep dive into the less familiar buildings blocks of American culture.