Michael Lapajenko, author
Countries are obsessed with unilateralism and consumed by internal affairs. A plan that leads to the creation of a united planet by way of voluntary compliance is needed, even though things are getting better. Domestic perceptions of US leadership in the world are on the decline, hence the rise of Tea Party movement and Donald Trump. The argument here is it is not about who has the most successful economic system or who has the stronger leader. The United States has been the world?s whipping boy for long enough. The United States is an example of what a free society can achieve. It is time for the United States to take the superpower target off its back. Instead of being the only superpower in the world, it can go back to roots of the US birth; it was against kings. Are kings the superpowers of the past? Political managers in the world mistakenly took focus off ideology and emphasized economics. The United States became the source, wrongly, of the world?s problems. All the country was doing was providing land for the evolution of freedom. It has not been the smoothest of rides, just ask the Native Americans, the African Americans (thought: if a black goes to Africa, does that make him an American African?) the Asian Americans, or Latino Americans. All possess a number of unresolved issues. Most issues stem from being distracted by economics and not ideology.