It feels like the end times. A mysterious invisible killer stocks the land. Wild rumors abound. The government is useless. There’s no sense that anyone knows anything, much less is in charge. Could the United States become a failed state? Yes, but not yet. Yes, ...
For Ted Rall's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Americans shouldn't allow themselves to be conned by big corporations once again.
It's anti-American and unpatriotic to vote for someone suffering from dementia for a position with exclusive control over nuclear launch codes.
He's a classic liberal Democrat.
Even if he loses, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders can rehabilitate socialism as an acceptable economic alternative. I
The U.S. president goes into his reelection campaign stronger than ever thanks to the Democrats' poor timing.
When the U.S. worries about Russia messing with its internal politics it sounds a lot like psychological projection. Or just desserts.
No other people in the world are more temperamentally similar to Americans than Iranians, but thanks to Trump the religious government will probably remain in place for the foreseeable future.
American journalism used to adhere to strict standards, then the U.S. media declared war on Donald Trump.
The assassination of the Islamic State leader by U.S. special forces operating under orders from President Donald Trump reminds us that America is a nation in moral decline.