Achieving popularity requires empathy and rationality, elements that politicians of the right-wing, many of whom believe they are “populists,” lack.
Despite what American and European commentators may think, there really is a deep desire among people to vote for their own sovereignty.
FDR is a polarizing figure even today in American politics. What exactly did the longest serving U.S. President really stand for?
Why is it that Americans are so quick to blame their problems on others instead of themselves? Rather than analyzing their society in a calm and sensible way, why do they continually go in search of mysterious foreign cabals?