While President Donald Trump’s supporters have rallied around his mission to “Make America Great Again,” many progressives have decided that goal is unrealistic.
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Nearly half of Americans already think President Trump is racist, poll shows.
Like many, Elwood Watson has taken a degree of interest in the latest dramatic episode that has come out of this tumultuous administration.
Public urination can land you in jail in most of the developed world, or at least earn you a heavy fine.
The election of President Trump has exposed the frailty of the Democratic Party, which is the minority in both the House and the Senate and controls just 16 governorships nationwide.
Omarosa is a savvy opportunist who can’t be compared to righteous black women who’ve resisted the U.S. president.
President Donald Trump may be the biggest reality television star in Washington, but until earlier this year, he was not the only one.
While Israel may have the Star of David on its flag, any designation of “Jewish country” was entirely unofficial until just last month.
Back in May, President Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal for reasons difficult to pinpoint other than that the pact was seen by many as a breakthrough by the Obama Administration.
Sean Patrick Hughes, with a brief description of a time when Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Rush engaged in a political brawl over Yellow Fever.
Last Friday, President Trump couldn’t help but call out an interview with CNN host Don Lemon and NBA superstar LeBron James in which James said he would never sit face-to-face with the current Commander-in-Chief.
Donald Trump’s Russian connections have not gone unnoticed by America, but it’s not just the President in the hot seat.
It’s time to empower the best in ourselves.
What sets us apart from our brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe is that we consent to be governed because we trust in the process that delivers our leaders. When that trust is betrayed, the likelihood of discontent and mob rage increases.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) nearly captured the Republican nomination in 2016’s presidential election, but his defeat by Donald Trump could have been a portent of things to come later this year.