In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh wonders why Trump supporters seem unmoved by any of the arguments against their candidate.
I saw the news today and, well … George Pell is again pursued by the law, Lena Dunham popped the boot into Trump, and Godzilla made his sporting debut.
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?
Those who violently protest Donald Trump are merely strengthening his message, and weakening what they protect: democracy.
Australian Roger Pugh in his latest “Letter to America” debates the merits of having a wall between borders versus not having a wall and the fallout from either scenario.
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.
Mark Gundy looks at Trump’s recent South Carolina primary win, with an eye on Nevada, and is sure that Trump will secure the Republican nomination, and ultimately the Presidency.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Did it matter that Trump didn’t turn up to the GOP debate? Or that 22 of the most recent batch of emails released from Clinton’s server are considered “top secret”?
Australian Roger Pugh takes another look at Donald Trump and discovers that he might be a bastion for good after all.