Donald Trump’s Worst Nightmare

With the Russia investigation continuing to expand and the ever-growing possibility that Republicans could lose control of the House and Senate in November, some might think Donald Trump’s main opponent would be Special Counsel Robert Mueller or Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Actually, a strong case can be made that…

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Time to Stop Playing the Waiting Game

In the past week, Donald Trump agreed in principle to be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The problem, of course, is what the contents of those questions will be. When people are appointed to investigate actions of the President of the United States, the scope of the investigation tends…

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Truth from a Certain Point of View

The President’s policy decisions are unpopular at best, with protests popping up all around the country. He knows he’s not nearly as beloved as his Democratic predecessor, an eloquent, younger politician with a lovely wife and two adorable children. He’s married with a family of his own, but public support…

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Not Getting in the Way of Trump’s ‘Eliot Ness’

There has been plenty to talk about in the world of politics in the last few weeks. U.S. Senate candidate Doug Jones (D) defeated lightning rod Republican Roy Moore in Alabama, Republicans passed a massive tax overhaul and sexual harassment allegations continue to roam the halls of Congress. Some wonder…

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Angst of Women is Redefining Politics

The recent spate of Democratic wins in both Virginia and New Jersey served as deeply cathartic moments for the liberal and progressive left.  With anti-Trump sentiment ever-rising, the left has been itching to re-organize and win back power that it had lost in the shocking results of the 2016 elections.…

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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Thankfulness

When Abraham Lincoln established a regular holiday for Thanksgiving in the midst of our brutal civil war, one could argue he envisioned a time where we would share a common meal and, despite the hardships we have endured over the preceding year, we would go around a table and reflect…

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Jeff Flake finds his ‘Sense of Decency’

Known for being august and reserved (if not somewhat boring), the United States Senate is not somewhere one goes for impassioned debate or scathing critiques. Such scintillating content is more often found in the lower chamber on the other end of Capitol Hill or the House of Commons in the…

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