The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Trump back-pedals and accepts that he mis-tweeted, while Bernie and Hillary go head-to-head over debate dates and subjects.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Does having affairs negate your ability to lead a country? And what turns a man (who had been compared to a child molester by his political opponent) into a supporter?
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Australians vote Bernie Sanders the candidate they would like to see be the next U.S. President, Republicans launch a 100 day campaign against Donald Trump.
Today’s crucial primaries have the power to make or break Trump’s campaign; we explain how.
The term “populist” has been thrown around the U.S. election to negatively describe both candidates Trump and Sanders … but, what does it mean?
Missed the political subtleties of Super Tuesday? Well, you won’t find it here. We have who won, where, and by how much. Plus insanity.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Former Mexican President responds to Trump’s assertion that Mexico will be paying for the border wall he has planned, Trump supporters, and a Republican party in trouble.
The time is now for Bernie Sanders, the candidate the world (and myself) wants as President, but massive obstacles remain.
Australian Roger Pugh wants to look at America’s debt: “A leading U.S. commentator said recently, ‘The country will always be in Obama’s debt.’ He was probably right.”
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The campaign videos and viral snippets that are coming out of the U.S. this past week could be described in one word—disturbing!