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CNN: The Most Trusted Source for Fake News

For as long as there have been Presidential elections, nary an American citizen could recall voting for a politician who kept all of their campaign promises. It has become a tradition of sorts- and could be reasonably labeled a tradition of lies. Everyone has heard the joke, ‘How do you know when a politician is … Continue reading “CNN: The Most Trusted Source for Fake News”

Why we Shouldn’t Let Madonna Get Away With This

Ah, Madonna — a washed-up has-been of pop music, desperate to stay in the news and willing to say almost anything to do so. The 58-year-old “Material Girl” is no longer “Like a Virgin” to the Secret Service after comments she made regarding the Trump White House during the recent Women’s March on Washington, D.C. … Continue reading “Why we Shouldn’t Let Madonna Get Away With This”

Trump May Not Implement Total Immigration Reform

In 2012, President Barack Obama announced an immigration policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) whereby illegal immigrants who claimed they were brought into the United States as children would not be repatriated to their home countries. In fact, these immigrants would not be deported from the United States at all; in most … Continue reading “Trump May Not Implement Total Immigration Reform”

Financial Elite Worry about Trump and Inequality — While Eating $40 Hot Dogs

For five days every year, the remote city of Davos, Switzerland is home to a gathering of the ultra-elite of the world’s financial and political supermen and women. The World Economic Forum (WEF) holds conferences and panel discussions with some of the most talked-about authors, speakers, movers and shakers in the worlds of diplomacy, foreign … Continue reading “Financial Elite Worry about Trump and Inequality — While Eating $40 Hot Dogs”

Donald Trump’s Thin Ice

As President Donald Trump works through his first weeks and months in office, a possible danger to his administration may be emerging: popular discontent. Although it’s been known for some time, Trump’s potential biggest obstacle may be none other than himself. Rather than attempting to assuage people’s anger at him and his actions, Trump has … Continue reading “Donald Trump’s Thin Ice”

10 Dubious Government Expenditures That Are More Costly Than Trump’s Border Wall

Despite many Democrats not believing that President Donald Trump would go through with building his talked-about wall on the southern border of the United States, it now seems that the barrier is likely to be built, and sooner rather than later. But for all the heated debate about the expense of the wall, there are … Continue reading “10 Dubious Government Expenditures That Are More Costly Than Trump’s Border Wall”

What Trump’s Federal Hiring Freeze Means

Trump hit the office running, and his official pen has been busy signing memos and executive orders. One of the first orders with the largest potential to change the economy came in a memo that froze federal hiring. While liberals have decried this move as an assault on liberty, it is actually a calculated and … Continue reading “What Trump’s Federal Hiring Freeze Means”

The Women’s Protest March Was Yuge — But So What?

On January 21, the day after new President Trump’s long-awaited inauguration, a very different crowd made its way into Washington, D.C. Most observers say this crowd was significantly larger than the turnout for Trump. But less important than the crowd’s size — which was estimated by some sources at over one million marchers — was … Continue reading “The Women’s Protest March Was Yuge — But So What?”

The Awful Mess Obama Is Leaving Behind in Afghanistan

Even though America’s battle with the Islamic State, aka ISIS or ISOL, continues unabated, another conflict that the U.S. is involved with is also extending: the war against the resilient Taliban in Afghanistan. The Afghanistan struggle is far older than the battle with ISIS and has by far generated more casualties on both the American … Continue reading “The Awful Mess Obama Is Leaving Behind in Afghanistan”

Is the Age of Violence upon Us?

By Robert Ringer Today is a day in U.S. political history like no other. The excitement in Washington is like nothing the city has ever before seen. Barack Obama’s inauguration was historic to most Americans, but I would estimate that at least a third of the population knew the truth about the mysterious, unknown young … Continue reading “Is the Age of Violence upon Us?”