The minority party is the minority party because it caters first to its minority factions instead of the national interest.
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With a stranger-than-fiction 2016 campaign behind us, now we have to settle for actual fiction, if we want to continue being presidential election junkies.
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Democrats could insist the moon landing was staged and that 9/11 was an inside job and it wouldn’t mean either was true. Neither does saying voter fraud is a myth.
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Now that he’s got your attention . . .
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It was January 20, 2017, the day an unstable man was sworn in as our 45th president.
Donald Trump’s whole shtick as a politician is that he is a prototypical “strongman” who can single-handedly fix the problems that ail America.
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It is inauguration week. And I imagine what women will say to their future daughters.
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Last Wednesday, fake news publisher and president-elect Donald J. Trump accused CNN of being “fake news” at his fake press conference held at Trump Tower in New York City.
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This week was filled with explosive news. We learned that intelligence officials told President Obama and Trump that Russia could have compromising information on the incoming president. There were also communications before […]
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Lost in the uproar of the out-of-left-field 2016 victory by President-elect Donald Trump (R-Russia) was the equally surprising re-emergence of Julian Assange.
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While the election battles have died down, another battle surprisingly persists: how do you morally justify President-elect Trump?
Not only will there be several significant off-year political races in 2017, but they will have important implications for the midterm elections in 2018 and presidential election in 2020.
While Republicans emerged victorious from the 2016 elections with more wins than losses, the Democratic party felt the pangs of loss and rejection by American voters.
It turned into a great post-Christmas hypothetical, when President Barack Obama said he would have done what Hillary Clinton couldn’t—beat Donald Trump in 2016.
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Now that many of us have had a chance to enjoy either the holidays or just a good year-end rest, it’s time to address the changes ahead for America as we begin […]
Recently questioned on the future leadership of the Democratic Party, Vice President Joe Biden listed four people: President Barack Obama, Senator Chuck Schumer, Representative Nancy Pelosi, and—of course—Joe Biden. Oh, and perhaps […]
Those who have been urging Republican electors to vote against Donald Trump are engaged, whether they know it or not, in an attempted subversion of our political system.
Democratic punditry is convinced than a trifecta of FBI Director James Comey, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and some media mogul in his mother’s basement presiding over a vast fake news empire (at […]