In The News

Kids and Donald Trump

November 19, 2017 Doug 0

The appearance of Donald Trump on the campaign trail, and now as president, has unquestionably been a disruptive force in the United States. Voting age Trump supporters see that as a good thing while a […]

In The News

Now it Begins: Indictments and a Conviction!

November 2, 2017 Doug 0

Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, and his associate, Rick Gates, are now in serious trouble. They were indicted on Monday by a federal grand jury under direction of Special Counsel, Robert Mueller. […]

In The News

Predicting a Trump Impeachment

October 24, 2017 Doug 1

April of this year saw the publication of a much-anticipated book, The Case for Impeachment. Written by Allan J. Lichtman, Distinguished Professor of History at American University in Washington, DC. Lichtman, who correctly predicted the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]

In The News

House Budget Committee 2018

July 21, 2017 Kathy 0

2018 Budget highlights  (Source)See the Committee Members​Balancing the BudgetThe resolution draws a path toward a balanced budget within 10 years, without raising taxes, and places the government on a fiscal course sustainable for the long […]