Last week, Congress got to work undoing a number of rules that had been enacted during the final months of the Obama administration.
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Matt Drudge loves to tell a story with his headlines on Drudge Report.
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Scientists and self-described “science enthusiasts” who plan to march against President Trump in a few weeks would be well-advised to take a hard look at revelations that temperature data has been manipulated.
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President Trump’s ban on refugees and on immigrants from a number of Muslim countries has been publically opposed by many Democratic Senators and Representatives and also several high-profile Republicans.
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He was Hitler before the election. After the election, he is still Hitler.
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The other day, I wrote an article where I emphasized a condition of Donald Trump that my colleague Jon-Christopher Bua appropriately named QIS, which stands for “Queens Inferiority Syndrome,” a condition that […]
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Donald Trump becomes president of the United States today, but Congress has been busy making moves to ensure that they, not he, have the actual reins of the government.
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While the election battles have died down, another battle surprisingly persists: how do you morally justify President-elect Trump?
Most states have set aside areas to preserve what the land used to be like before the coming of the Europeans. A place that’s as close to its original character as possible… […]
California grows more than one-third of America’s vegetables and more than two-thirds of our fruits and nuts, so the state’s ongoing drought is a matter of national importance. This is the sixth […]
A group of fifty Ohioans braved the rush hour traffic and car exhaust to take a stand against the Dakota Access pipeline recently. They stood on a busy highway in front of […]
With so much negativity expressed this presidential election, it’s refreshing when voters express positive reasons and a sense of joy for supporting a candidate.
Dr. Jill Stein, a Harvard-trained internist, says she now practices “political medicine” to treat the “mother of all illnesses” which ails our country, the corrupt political duopoly.