Tag Archives: U.S. Senate

Trump Vs. the U.S. Separation of Powers

How it has taken a political novice in the White House only a year and a half to hollow out the centuries-old system of the U.S. separation of powers.

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The U.S. Torture Report and White Supremacy

How the “debate” over U.S. torture unmasks a wider truth of thinly veiled White supremacy in official policy.

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Freeing Poland From the Shackles of Its Debt Mountain

The story of how the transatlantic partners collaborated to help Poland secure a stable future.

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The Need for U.S. Constitutional Reform

A country that preaches modernization to other nations does anything but that at home.

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U.S. Into Syria: Six Key Mysteries

What happens when a bunch of former senators run U.S. foreign policy?

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Blame the U.S. Congress, Not Illegal Immigrants

Will immigration reform repeat the past abuses of illegal immigration, a history perpetrated by members of the U.S. Congress at the behest of their business associates?

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America as Number Two: We’d Try Harder

The case for acknowledging America's slide from first place — and how the United States can use reality to get back on track.

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Pawlenty’s Reach and the 2012 Surprise

From Barack Obama’s perspective, could Tim Pawlenty turn out to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

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Yes, There Will Be a U.S. Infrastructure Bank

The only question is: Will it be a wholly owned subsidiary of the Chinese central bank?

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Divided Government Revisited

Did the era of divided U.S. government really only begin when the Republicans took over the House?

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