The firing of FBI director James Comey shows how Donald Trump’s authoritarianism and incompetence go hand in hand.
Steve Keller is a New York-based analyst and author. He has expertise in American politics, New York State affairs and the historical underpinnings of contemporary geopolitics.
France has an advantage over the United States: its two-round system allows third parties to thrive without playing spoiler.
Trump counseled his predecessor against intervening in Syria only to later criticize him for not intervening in Syria.
The president’s agenda is as vast as his political acumen is lacking. This is a recipe for disaster.
Democrats and independents already disapprove of the president. Now he must worry about Republicans.
Debunking the various “alternative facts” (previously known as lies) about the ban on Muslims entering the United States.
Set aside the dubious ethics of registering American Muslims; compiling a list is fraught with impracticalities.
The Democrat has a superior ground operation, more cash, more Hispanic support and a lead in early voting.
Not voting for Hillary Clinton in November only makes it more likely that Donald Trump wins.
Hillary Clinton is likely to win in November, but only because her Republican opponents are disliked even more.
If the Vermont senator can best Hillary Clinton in Michigan, more states could be at play this month.
The Democrat’s successful nomination reflects the death of neoconservatism.