As long as a majority of us keep thinking that it is OK to have this Military Industrial Empire, and it only needs a bit of tweaking, are falling for the hype and spin.
The election of someone so unfit as Trump to be President not only opens up, but relives old traumas. No wonder why Trump arouses such intense feelings.
If President-Elect Trump declines to take advantage of this “blatant” opportunity to change course in a constructive direction on U.S. foreign relations, then what realistic expectation can there be that he ever will do so?
One of the hidden tragedies of modern human existence is that we have been terrorized into believing that we are not personally responsible.
Those of us who didn’t vote for Trump--the cast-off, disadvantaged children--will have to monitor Trump very closely.
The 1930s were a rough time for all who labored... Or sought work.
The Trump dilemma, as well as the whole Hillary Clinton mess, could have probably been avoided if Bernie Sanders had been nominated.
He's excited about the opportunities available to a hard-charging mogul who just happens to be President of the United States as well.
If people are not afraid of violence, they are genuinely free to seek their true path.
The rise of Mr. Trump potentially throws a monkey wrench into Middle Eastern politics, the fallout of which is uncertain.