One of the toughest decisions that Joe Biden will have to make as President is whether to authorize the U.S. Department of Justice to prosecute Donald Trump for obstructing justice.
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.