Voters hopeless on the eve of US Senate elections


Voters in the US Senate elections are not optimistic even though the economy improved with six months of growth, gasoline below $3/gallon for the first time in last four years and considerable deficit reduction. However, voters are tired from economic struggles and threats posed by the Islamic State and the spread of Ebola virus. AsContinue reading “Voters hopeless on the eve of US Senate elections”

Decoding the Romney claim of President Obama’s response on Benghazi attacks in second Presidential Debate


You may have heard about a lot of confusing analysis on Obama-Romney election campaigns and their suggested course of action that they are going to resolve to in order to address these concerns. 22nd October, Monday’s debate (Third in the series) is going to focus on broader issues of Afghanistan and Pakistan, Israel and Iran,Continue reading “Decoding the Romney claim of President Obama’s response on Benghazi attacks in second Presidential Debate”