Cart ()

Russia Calls On The US To Aid In Syrian Rebuilding Efforts

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Aug 21, 2018 12:54PM

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov suggested that U.S. unwillingness to rebuild Syria was due to a desire to slow the return of refugees. 

How Mexico's New President Plans To End The War On Drugs

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Aug 19, 2018 11:04AM

The new president-elect, popularly known as AMLO plans to end the more than decades-long war on drugs in Mexico after taking office this December. 

Trump's Policies Are Hurting Industries He Claimed He Would Help

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jul 15, 2018 10:25AM

Trump is playing an economic game of whac-a-mole, and it's sacrificing the many for the few. 

NATO Summit Another Chance For Trump To Air Grievances With Allies

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jul 11, 2018 10:47AM

Trump will predictably go into the NATO summit with plenty of criticism for allies and the usual complaints about U.S. contributions. 

Scott Pruitt Resigns From EPA As Scandals Finally Reach Tipping Point

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jul 6, 2018 11:20AM

Scott Pruitt and ethical scandals... Where to start? 

The Trump-Putin Meeting Has Few Pros And A Lot Of Cons

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jul 4, 2018 1:25PM

As we stand hot on the heels of faux diplomacy with North Korea, it's reasonable to wonder what, if anything can be gained from a meeting with a much more skilled leader. 

Protests In Iran Continue Amidst Fresh U.S. Sanctions

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jun 28, 2018 12:21PM

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani remains defiant in the face of new U.S. sanctions, but ultimately it is not the regime who will pay the price. 

Trump's Tariffs Will Likely Cost More Jobs Than They Will Create

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jun 26, 2018 12:00PM

Focusing on iconic industries like steel and coal have been electoral winners for Trump, but they are economic losers in the long term. 

Supreme Court Rejects Partisan Gerrymandering Case

  • Alexander Holcomb
  • Jun 20, 2018 2:19PM

The U.S. Supreme Court shied away from taking a stance on gerrymandering after deciding on a Wisconsin case, saying that the plaintiffs were not personally affected enough to have standing.