Opinion

During the 2016 presidential election, it was common to see speculation that the Republican National Convention (RNC) would be a mess, and many predicted it would be a contested convention. Now the shoe is on …

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In the last few decades, presidential authority has ballooned to a degree the Founding Fathers never would have dreamed.  While this issue is now being discussed because of President Donald Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from treaties …

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With the votes now tallied and the hordes of pundits analyzing the results of the 2018 midterms, there’s one important factor that many seem to be missing in this battle of Red vs Blue: the …

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Last week saw a string of attempted bombings against prominent Democrats, and, while the investigators are largely staying silent on the motive, there’s a pretty safe guess as to why it happened. The perpetrator saw …

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It’s common for pundits on both sides of the aisle to decry how low the political discussion in the country has become; although, what many fail to realize is that this level of rhetoric is …

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Before reading the rest of this article, take a second and guess how much of the total federal budget is comprised of each of these programs: the Department of Defense, Food Stamps/Unemployment, Foreign Aid, Medicare/Medicaid …

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Just as 2018 is not 1974, the investigation into Trump-Russia collusion isn’t Watergate. In the hyperbole of the current political climate, this fact remains Watergate uncovered far more information far more quickly than Robert Mueller’s …