Even though information on any topic is readily available with the tap of a finger, the American populace is both less informed and simultaneously more misinformed than at any time in the last century.
Trump did, Tuesday night, what presidents are hired to do – call the country to be its best.
Bright-eyed lefties look at America’s wealth and they say to themselves, “There’s plenty to go around. Let’s spread it.”
Bernie Sanders, an avowed socialist, is seriously challenging frontrunner Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Party nomination for president. Sanders is particularly popular among young voters – those we now call “millennials.”
When you examine Tuesday’s results from the New Hampshire primary, it becomes immediately apparent that we have reached some sort of crossroads on the 240 year-long American political journey.