In politics, what do we get out of voting against somebody instead of for something? Especially when it hurts us?Spite can be tactical. Spite can be beneficial.
All writing is simultaneously editing – choosing what I write about in the first place is as potentially prejudiced as how I choose to write about it.
So here’s who I may vote for…
There is one thing in Trump’s foreign policy that deserves praise — reminding everyone of the realities of contemporary international relations. It is reminiscent of the strategy employed by President Ronald Reagan.
Ironically, China’s actions have facilitated the ascent of Donald Trump to power, who has embraced a tougher approach towards China to put an end to its illegitimate policies.
Michael Bloomberg has a troubling record of apologies for, self-censorship on, and questionable business with China that should completely disqualify him from getting the Democratic nomination, let alone the presidency itself.
Sadly, the Kurds should have seen this coming. The problem isn’t Trump, it’s that America has shown time and again that we cannot be trusted to be there when you need us.
Should America compete with China in the Belt and Road Initiative? People around the world still prefer American leadership to Chinese.
Organized by an actual neo-Nazi, a small and unimpressive pro-Trump rally disrupts a beautiful weekend in the mountains