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The presidential campaign this election year is one of the weirdest I can remember. It’s one of the most divisive—albeit not as divisive as 2008—but also one of the most confusing, because, for the first time in my adult life, … Continue reading
Back in the day when the prospect of Donald Trump becoming the Republican nominee for president sounded like—in fact, was—a bad joke, there already were people who supported the New York businessman’s presidential bid. Interestingly enough, the first person who … Continue reading
The biggest Marco Rubio rally so far, held in Kennesaw, Georgia, on February 27, 2016. Over 5,000 people attended.
According to the latest polls, Israel will tomorrow overwhelmingly vote for the right-wing bloc. Likud-Beitenu (consisting of Likud and Yisrael Beitenu parties) and other centre-right parties are expected to win the election with 64-70 seats in Knesset, which gives them … Continue reading
Both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama fought a good fight. It was an interesting race, it was a challenging race, and it certainly was an expensive race—the most expensive in history. What I’m most surprised about is that Romney lost … Continue reading
I tend to agree with many who say that this Tuesday’s presidential election the US may just as well be the most important one of our lives. True, that is said before every major election, but considering how things in … Continue reading