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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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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The Wolves Are Circling

In recent weeks, calls to remove President Donald Trump have grown more and more incessant. Not surprisingly, much of this is coming from Democrats, but even Republican stalwarts like Sen. John McCain and former Sen Rick Santorum are voicing their concerns. Speaker Paul Ryan may have given Trump his support,…

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Up North Korea, With a Paddle

For as long as I have been alive, The Democratic People’s  Republic of Korea, better known as North Korea, has been a secretive, pariah state, characterized by a tinpot dictatorship and the suffering of its people, which continues to this date. The most people often learn about North Korea, other…

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