Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. ...
If the media needs to acknowledge Trump's "changed" demeanor, it must also give Hillary equal time to express her convictions. Only then will there be an opportunity for the clearest comparison.
The campaign strategies and possible winning coalitions for each of the candidates is almost the same as in every presidential election this century.
It has become almost a cliche to note that this election is unlike any other in American history. There has never been a candidate quite like Donald T...
In the Headlines: "Trump Weighs Softer Immigration Stance."
The GOP never tires of pitching the line in a presidential election year that the Democrats take black votes for granted and do absolutely nothing in ...
Trump has again shaken up his staff. He now has had as many campaign managers as he has had wives. He previously parted ways with Corey Lewandowski, t...
Trump doesn't want or need that because it flies in the face of the narrative and the image that he's crafted for his campaign which is stuffed with the GOP's standard use of racially loaded code words and attack points.
Georgia is an interesting state. It's known for its peaches, its pecans and recently for its perverts. Now it's not a stretch that some of you might be thinking I'm referring to Mr. Freddie Wadsworth of Paulding County, Georgia.
No presidential candidate since 1952 in Trump's low polling position at this stage of the campaign has won the popular vote.
Why endure eleven more weeks of humiliation? When you think about it, quitting beats losing. Trump's entire history as a businessman is dumping out of business ventures once they start failing. Why not call it a day sooner rather than later?
Clinton made it clear that she expects the rich to foot much of the bill by demanding hefty tax hikes on them. She added the final FDR touch to her big spending plan by promising to plop the legislation on Congress' table within her first 100 days in office.
If we don't make a determined effort to understand what we've done and take steps to change course, we may defeat Trump but see the root causes of Trumpism fester.
The modern Olympics have become a global platform through which countries project their image to the rest of the world. They have become a prism that refracts geopolitical and geocultural realities and aspirations. (continued)
Just tell the entire truth, Hillary, admit when things were not always done in the best fashion and you will find that, in particular alongside Trump, you will come out smelling like a rose.
As we approach the presidential election in November, we would all do well to pause and ask ourselves in what ways we might be imprinting, confirming our biases and minimizing anything that counters them.