Economy

Trump’s Tax Plan

October 1, 2017 scromar 0

Trump Tax Plan Goals With great fanfare, President Trump and Congressional Republicans unveiled their new tax plan with three promises: The plan would not cut taxes for America’s richest households. The plan would slash middle […]

In The News

Laughing at Trump & Crew

September 24, 2017 Doug 0

Most Americans are not happy living under the Trump administration. That not fake news, it’s a fact, consistently verified by a great many polling organizations and the tremendous number of people actively resisting the new […]

Education

Impeachment History: Bill Clinton

September 3, 2017 Doug 0

Even though Bill Clinton was the second president to be impeached (charged) and put on trial by the U.S. Congress, he was actually the first elected president to go through that entire process. In 1868, […]

Education

Impeachment History: Richard Nixon

August 18, 2017 Doug 0

Richard Nixon was nearly impeached, convicted and removed from office, but he resigned before any of that could happen. His illegal activities while president, and his involvement in the Watergate cover-up, are indelibly etched in […]

Human Rights

White Nationalist Violence and Donald Trump

August 14, 2017 Doug 0

Right wing extremists representing a multitude of U. S. white nationalist organizations descended on the quiet college town of Charlottesville, Virginia over last weekend sparking extensive violence that sadly resulted in 3 deaths and many […]

Human Rights

The Street Fight That Erupted In DC

August 14, 2017 Doug 0

It happened on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, a short time after President Donald Trump officially greeted strongman President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the White House – a warm greeting despite Erdogan’s recent suppression of his […]

Education

Impeachment History: Andrew Johnson

August 1, 2017 Doug 2

Impeachment, Congress’s remedy to oust a sitting president, has only been initiated three times in American History: 1868, 1974 and 1998. None of those men, however, Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon or Bill Clinton, were actually […]

In The News

What the French Election Might Teach Us

July 22, 2017 Doug 0

Much to the relief of many people and world governments across the globe, centrist Emmanuel Macron soundly defeated the far-right candidate, Marine Le Pen, for the office of French President on May 7, 2017. In […]