For those impacted by U.S. news sources, rather little is important so far this week. Primus: The awfulness of Trump. Secundus: The (Ineffectual) superiority of Sanders. After those, the inevitability (sans enthusiasm) of Hillary. Yeah …
Things unimportant include:
1. The President of Brazil is being impeached. So far, at least.
2. Russia is still grabbing Eastern Ukraine.
3. Spain’s most successful 20% is teetering on secession. (Catalonia)
4. Venezuela’s electric lights are going out as its socialist paradise collapses.
5. The Saudi government tie to 9/11 is threatening to leak.
5. Pacific Rim of Fire earthquakes are replicating the pattern that preceded the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. (Sort of, anyway.)
6. Most of Europe and North America is crumbling under unsustainable debt undertaken to bribe voters with social goodies for which the available resources are insufficient.
Never mind; Trump is awful, Zika is coming, Hillary is blah, the black folk are victims, we owe the wetbacks jobs, somebody owes us at least $15 hr (Never mind where they will obtain it.)
Why do we assume that, no matter whom is elected U.S. President, matters are likely to proceed much as they have?? Possibly because it appears that, regardless of whom is elected president, the folk about to be reelected to Congress appear likely to remain the same as at present? Plus ca change’ …