Article II, section 1, of our Constitution vests the executive power in a president of the United States.
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“Despair is not an option!” Bernie Sanders shouted to a packed auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts, recently.
Late Thursday night or early Friday morning, the Senate will finally vote on the president’s appointment to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, and we will be witnessing a battle for the ages. […]
No Democrat is likely to suffer at the ballot box for the nearly unanimous opposition to the Neil Gorsuch nomination among the party’s senators.
FBI Director, Jim Comey, has somehow managed to pull off the most improbable of Washington feats – be equally despised by both political parties.
“I’ve been a Democrat for over forty years–but no more,” begins an all too common response to an online polling question posed to progressives about what party (if any) respondents identify with.
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After six grueling years and countless attempts to hinder and repeal Obamacare, Republican lawmakers are finally getting the chance to repeal it; however, repealing Obamacare is not exactly all it is cracked up […]
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The eight-year performance due to end on January 20 will never, I suspect, be viewed with anything like a historical consensus.
The North Carolina General Assembly – being dissatisfied that a “Democratic” candidate inched out a narrow victory in the governor’s race – recently wrapped up a special session in which the Republicans […]