The events of the last political season prove once and for all that America was never what it had purported to be and the world now sees it.
Media responded to Bernie Sanders’ hospital tour of Canada with predictable dismissiveness and ignorance to Canadian single-payer.
Boasting of his supposed business wizardry, Donald Trump told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, “I’m the king-of-debt. I love debt.” But bankruptcy?
His prediction on Donald Trump came through, and now it is clear that his next one is coming to fruition faster than many believe.
Taxes should not be a dirty word. Tax is the price we pay for civilization. And the difference between Canada and the U.S. proves the point.
Americans, their food, their clothing, even the way they cry, the United States is — how can I put this tactfully? Childish like their president.
The notion that the media was responsible for Trump’s election has been repeated so often on that it’s become an unquestionable fact.
Termites did not destroy my house. Neither will Trumpites destroy your democracy. The Trumpite infestation will be mitigated.
America is deeply divided between those who are considered (and consider themselves) winners, and those who are considered by the winners to be losers.
Donald Trump is still dangerous, but when it comes to the actual work of governing America, Trump is becoming utterly and completely irrelevant.