As so often with Trump, knowing precisely what the truth is may be tricky, writes Edward Keenan.
Instead of supporting organizations that resolve disputes and maintain world order, the U.S. has pursued a much more transactional style of foreign policy under its current president, Edward Keenan writes.
Virtually every month brings apparently game changing news about the U.S. election, but the scoreboard reads the same, writes Edward Keenan.
A 75-year-old white man bleeding on the ground was the latest galvanizing image from an evolving U.S. crisis. The protests are about unjustified police violence, and people are seeing unjustified violence play out every day, writes Edward Keenan
It isn’t like this is some secret, writes Edward Keenan. For years, many of his supporters, and those of his late brother before him, have not only been aware of this trait, but have considered it one of his most attractive qualities.
Ford dispenses with even the pretence that democracy, fairness, or even efficiency have anything to do with how a system of government should operate. He isn’t even willing to conceal how he and his government are operating in bad faith, Edward Keenan: