Matt Drudge loves to tell a story with his headlines on Drudge Report.
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One of the most-talked-about ads from this year’s super bowl was the Audi commercial affirming the company’s commitment to gender equality in the workplace, in particular pay equality.
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Would the proposed “border adjustment tax” raise product prices for consumers? Top Republican weighs in
WASHINGTON – House Ways & Means Committee Kevin Brady (R-Texas) defended the Republican plan for a border adjustment tax, arguing that it creates a system that does not “favor foreign products” over […]
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It is becoming increasingly clear that if a border wall with Mexico is constructed, it will be Americans, not Mexico, who pay for it.
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It is often said the movers and shakers of American politics exist inside a small and cozy world, busily wheeling and dealing with their peers.
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If you really thought Frank Underwood was bad, then you’ve never heard of Donald J. Trump.
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A majority of Americans really like their president.
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Donald Trump doesn’t get his facts straight; he exaggerates for effect; he makes claims that are verifiably false; and often opens himself up for ridicule with his braggadocio.
It’s official. Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States and Armageddon did not transpire during Friday’s inauguration.
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Throughout modern history, political leaders in democratic societies rarely rise based on their own belief or ideology.
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Senator Bernie Sanders would make an excellent kindergarten teacher.
President Obama and President-elect Trump have very little in common and, despite hollow public displays of bipartisanship, they are unlikely to have a chummy relationship with each other during the Trump presidency.
The end of the calendar year is often looked forward to by many working people as a time when holiday bonuses and cost of living adjustments make their paychecks a little bit […]
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If Congress wants to truly make America great again, it won’t get sidetracked by superfluous issues and will focus like a laser beam on reforming our tax code.
The new year marks the beginning of a new era of Republican-dominated federal government, with the GOP firmly in control of both Houses of Congress and moving into the White House in […]
The Republican Party is in a rather precarious position.
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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 […]
Back when I was in grad school pursuing my Master of Public Administration, a question was often posed by my various professors about whether or not the government should (or can) be […]
I have been involved in economic development over the past six years or so, working in private, public, and public/private organizations.
The deal struck by Donald Trump to keep approximately 1,000 manufacturing jobs at the Indiana factory of Carrier Corporation from moving to a new plant in Mexico has been met with skepticism, […]
There are plenty of things about politics that fascinate me (both good and bad), but the sheer abundance of hypocrisy in it all is a personal favorite of mine.