Donald Trump as next US President? Hardly, basically impossible

How would you evaluate Donald Trump’s chances of becoming GOP’s presidential nominee, eventually the American President? Do you see any presidential path for him, or he will probably stay a very visible and loud candidate, but at the end, still just sort of a fringe candidate? Read few comments.

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What’s next for missile defense in Europe after Iran deal

Russian FM Sergey Lavrov said re Iran deal: We all remember when in April 2009 in Prague President Obama said that if the Iranian nuclear issue was settled, there would be no need in creating an air defense system in Europe. Following this my question is: In your opinion, will (should) Iran deal somehow alter missile defense plans in Europe, which are, of course, not just American plans, but NATO’s plans? Read few comments.

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Expert: Puerto Rico’s debt cannot be paid

Puerto Rico’s governor is warning that the island can’t pay its public debt. What impact, if any, the situation of Puerto Rico may have on the US economy, and what to do about Puerto Rico’s economy? Read few comments.

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How much does the Supreme Court decision mirror US public opinion regarding same-sex marriage?

Maybe with the different judges of the Supreme Court also the verdict would be different, and it is the verdict of the court, so based on the legal arguments, but still, how much the decision of the Supreme Court reflects also the changes of attitudes of the US public towards homosexuals? Read few comments.

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It is probably easier to count Reps who do not want to be president

Even Jeb Bush jokes about very crowded (and counting) GOP’s presidential field. Why is it so crowded, in our opinion and could it be an advantage or maybe a disadvantage for Reps, or basically it does not matter at this stage? Read few comments.

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NSA won’t go “dark”

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How ready is she? Hillary Clinton to announce presidential bid

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