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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Neutrality in Name Only

In a letter sent to Sen. Patty Murray (D-Washington), Education Secretary Betsy DeVos roughly outlined her goals for the Department’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR). According to DeVos, the OCR will return to being a “neutral” body in its handling of Civil Rights violations. DeVos was careful enough to qualify…

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Nice Guys Finish Second

The most important decision a modern presidential candidate makes is the selection of the number two person on the ticket. While originally chosen as the second highest vote getter in the election, vice presidents today are picked to round out a deficiency seen in the future president. There have been…

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