The EU looks to Japan to soften the blow of Donald Trump’s trade war, but still, European markets in Japan account for only 20% of American markets.
The meeting of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin has the mainstream media foaming at the mouth after the confirmation of Russian election meddling. The MSM hopes to use the average person’s ignorance of typical foreign policy as a means of smearing Donald Trump’s reputation as much as they can.
Donald Trump and NATO – Trump reaffirmed his support for the organization after other member state leaders claim they’ll meet financial targets by 2024.
Curiously, the US and China trade war continues to get more intense, but the American economy is currently thriving. So, just how bad is it?
Trump’s policies have unintended consequences on American industry, specifically, in the automobile, natural gas, oil, and aluminum industries.
Trump’s administration just released a document on affirmative action reminiscent of George W. Bush’s policies on racial considerations in the education system.
Denmark, a nation based on homogeneity and trust, has struggled to integrate their immigrant population. The nation’s political leaders just unveiled a new batch of laws targeting immigrants who refuse to adapt to Danish culture.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the Turkish election on Sunday, expanding his judicial and executive powers in a defeat resulting in the extinguishing of Turkish democracy.
Trump’s approval rating is extremely high among Republican voters. However, he continues to do terribly among Democrats, clearly evidence of political polarization in the American system.
The banks are doing well following their trillion dollar bailout back in 2008. However, maybe changes are necessary to avoid having to use tax-payer funds in case of economic calamity.
Political instability in Turkey and why a shared national identity in a country is such an important thing, especially in defense against tribalism.
Justices ruled against the two gay men in the Supreme Court baker case, emphasizing the right for religious freedom and upholding the First Amendment. But what does this mean for gay people?
An op-ed in the New York Times this morning reeked of self-importance as if Californians are going to be the ones to usher in the utopia. However, the theme of it, is something which we can all agree on, and aspire to as well.
When it comes to having an honest discussion about a seriously important topic, especially health care, it’s pretty much inevitable that neither side will listen to the other, and will resort to ad hominem attacks and straw men.