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  • Poll ramifications for Asia and the world

    Poll ramifications for Asia and the world

    While many world leaders would prefer former Vice President Joe Biden to win, President Donald Trump is undeterred and even buoyed that many foreign heads of state and policymakers oppose his “America First” policy.

    November 4, 2020
  • Tight finish in US presidential race with margin between Trump, Biden shrinking: Polls

    Tight finish in US presidential race with margin between Trump, Biden shrinking: Polls

    Biden, 77, was leading Trump, 74, in the key battle ground States by 2.9 percentage points, which comes within margin of error, according to Real Clear Politics which maintains an average of major opinion polls.

    November 3, 2020
  • After Trump?

    After Trump?

    The Occupy Wall Street movement, Black Lives Matter, the Bernie Sanders campaign enthusiasts and countless social justice groups are not going away and will continue to aim to move the members of the public from identifying with the aggressor to identifying the enemy, which clearly still has a way to go in Corporate America

    October 30, 2020
  • What if Biden wins?

    What if Biden wins?

    Police brutality against minorities will continue in Biden’s reign, as it did under Barack Obama’s. There will only be feeble attempts, if any, at police reform. Remember the beer summit during Obama’s time, when the black Harvard professor, Henry Louis Gates Jr., was arrested because he couldn’t get into his own house.

    October 29, 2020
  • Partisan Truths Amok

    Partisan Truths Amok

    If anything approaches the status of a ‘law‘ in the slippery realm of politics it is that incumbent parties in election years spend heavily on gimmicks for the masses so as to boost prospects and worry about the bill later. Today, however, Republicans ideologues have plainly abandoned many millions of Americans who desperately need an extension of the original March unemployment bill in order to avoid eviction

    October 19, 2020
  • One last dance on the Titanic?

    One last dance on the Titanic?

    Biden is taking no chances this time round. He leads in all three states. Florida has always been a swing state, and it’s a neck and neck race out there. Surprisingly, in the conservative state of Texas, Trump leads by just one point.

    October 16, 2020
  • The Harris Campaign

    The Harris Campaign

    Babu Jagjivan Ram in his 34-year-long career (1946-1979) in the Indian Cabinet, never once talked about his caste, or that he was a Dalit. His reasoning was that to become Prime Minister, he would have to have the support of all castes. The Dalits across India would not exceed 15 per cent. How far would that carry me, he would ask in private

    October 14, 2020
  • Campaign games

    Campaign games

    “You sit behind a computer and do a debate ~ it’s ridiculous, and then they cut you off whenever they want,” Mr Trump has said.

    October 11, 2020
  • Will you shut up, man: Personal attacks rule 1st Trump-Biden debate

    Will you shut up, man: Personal attacks rule 1st Trump-Biden debate

    Trump snarled, grimaced and wagged his fingers at Biden repeatedly throughout the 90-minute debate. At one point, he said: "I'll tell you Joe, you could never have done the job that we did. You don't have it in your blood."

    September 30, 2020
  • “He’s a liar!”: Biden attacks Trump in first presidential debate

    “He’s a liar!”: Biden attacks Trump in first presidential debate

    President Trump and Biden waded into their first debate Tuesday night in Cleveland, Ohio with exactly 35 days until the 2020 US election.

    September 30, 2020