President Barak Obama can claim what only few predecessors can. He has changed the lives of all Americans for good. Thus he succeeded in securing his legacy, right after mockery as lame duck set in and Americans began to turn their backs on their president.

The supreme court saved Obamacare again this week.

As expat, having returned to my birthplace in Munich, Germany, here is my biggest fear:

The United States is now using a responsive operating system, while Europe is losing out.

Europe has lost what I trusted to be its greatest appeal.

Former chancellor Gerhard Schröder killed Europe’s USP with his introduction of the unfinished business of the German Agenda 2010.



Other remarkable responsive acts this week: