Last Wednesday, the owners of a Washington, D.C., wine bar named “Cork” filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump. Not as president of the United States, but as the head of the Trump […]
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On Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump, through Attorney General Jeff Sessions, abruptly demanded that the remaining U.S. attorneys appointed by former President Barack Obama immediately tender their resignations.
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Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), the chair of the Readiness Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee, called for an increase to the defense budget for the next fiscal year and said it […]
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Congressional Republicans have been waiting for eight long years to undue President Obama’s signature legislative accomplishment.
Halfway through his first 100 days, President Trump has wasted no time in rolling up his sleeves and getting to work.
If you google “Donald Trump gets defensive” or something of the sort, you will see an array of his responses to various and sundry perceived attacks.
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One wonders about the timing of this latest Julian Assange WikiLeaks release of what he claims to be the largest leak of CIA documents in history, far surpassing Edward Snowden’s NSA download […]
“Hillary for Mayor” signs are hitting New York, in what some of her supporters hope will launch Hillary Clinton back into 2020 presidential campaign, and perhaps others see as the best bet […]
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As Larry David once said “A good compromise is when both parties are dissatisfied.”
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Travel Ban Opponents who Advocate for Talented Students Should Lobby to Reform Affirmative Action Policies
Citizen activists who are opposed to President Trump’s executive orders crafted to protect the nation from terrorists say the measures are both counterproductive and un-American.
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In politics, it’s an easy but serious mistake to dismiss the potential importance of an individual – the proverbial gadfly – and, likewise, that of a mere handful – the lonely band […]
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“I want to improve the quality of life for African Americans living in this country. To make America as great as the black dollar, I vow to make a black life matter. […]
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Early Saturday morning, President Donald Trump unleashed a Twitter storm of breathtaking accusations against former President Barack Obama.
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After a recent visit to the Harding Presidential Site in Marion, Ohio, I was inspired to do a little digging into the past.
Jon-Christopher Bua is a White House Correspondent and Political Analyst appearing on-camera and radio via Talk Media News. Twitter: @JCBua
President Trump recently delivered his first formal address to the U.S. Congress and, shockingly, the overwhelming opinion of the mainstream media and pundits from both the left and the right was that […]
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We have all heard that “Reading Is Fundamental” from the long-running literacy movement.
In 1962, Frank Sinatra and Angela Lansbury starred in a black-and-white thriller, based on a novel written by Richard Condon, called The Manchurian Candidate.
There has been much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth over Steve Bannon’s position in the White House and parodies of him as, somehow, the real president.
The 21st century still has many years left in it and there are sure to be numerous defining moments that shape how historians view this time in human history.
Out from under the yoke of the prior administration, our military leaders have offered a brutally honest and sobering assessment of our armed forces.
On March 1, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced that it would delay for 60 days the implementation of the Fiduciary Rule, which was supposed to take effect April 10th.
Wow. President Trump’s first address to Congress was…well…presidential. I must confess that I didn’t see this coming. There were so many times prior to this speech where I hoped he would raise […]
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For one shining moment, attendees at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) showed their true colors.
WARNING THIS IS SATIRE/Sense of humor strongly recommended!
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Sunday night’s Oscar gala featured plenty of celebrity glitz and glamour — and remarkably little politics.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: public polls seeking to quantify President Trump’s level of support deviate in a manner that we haven’t seen with other politicians.
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres perhaps put things in perspective on Thursday by asserting, “Countries should let journalists work independently, without undue interference.”