Donald Trump won't be properly handing over the White House to Joe Biden.
Move over, Iowa. Step aside, New Hampshire. Georgia would like a few moments of presidential campaign time. The state has fast become a stage for the cast of possible Republican presidential candidates after President Donald Trump’s defeat. Even as votes
The time is drawing near for US President Donald Trump to pack his bags and leave the White House. He has virtually little to do, with just days left for Joe Biden’s inauguration. But, and here is the worrying part, he does not seem to leave without a fight. As if the Capitol Hill
Everyone’s favorite alleged sex offender Matt Gaetz has reassured us that if Donald Trump doesn’t step up again in 2024, he’s willing to take on the mantle. In a text message to the New York Post (yes, that’s right), he wrote on Wednesday that “I support
Former Vice President Joe Biden is trying to reassure voters. Like former President Obama, he is promising that “If you like your health plan, your employer-based plan, you can keep it.” Don’t bet on it. Some presidential candidates support directly outlawing private health plans, and replacing them with a single-payer, government-run health plan.
The NATO summit at Madrid has revealed a new resolve to strengthen the Western military alliance in the face of Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“There is a gaping hole in the governing of Britain where new ideas should be. Above all, we need to make our economy highly competitive, attract world-class talent and make our independence from the EU a platform for economic growth. But this needs a plan, with policy detail and strategic analysis. At present, there isn’t one.”
The urgent setup of a field hospital for earthquake victims in Afghanistan southeastern province of Khost to treat the affected people under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE is highly appreciable (“UAE sets up field hospital for quake victims in Afghan province,” June 30, Gulf Today website).