Category: democracy

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Less than a week ago, Michael Wolff released Fire and Fury, a damning nonfiction account of the Trump campaign and first year in office, from the ...
Everyone has their own opinion of Trump, some love him, some hate him and some even love to hate him. No matter what your feelings are towards Tru ...
Net Neutrality: If You Aren’t Concerned, You Should Be   Last week in a closed door session the FCC voted, along party lines 3:2, to repeal t ...
The story of mass hysteria, nuclear weapons, and incredibly obnoxious-sounding alerts.   MRRRRRP! MRRRRRP! MRRRRRRRRRRRRRP! You awak ...
“I became convinced that noncooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good.” -Martin Luther King Jr. Often regarde ...
Recently I saw a post about an officer in Aransas Pass, Texas who braved Hurricane Harvey, the deadly wind storm ravaging the Texan coast this wee ...
During Trump’s speech on Aug 12th, he addressed the American people with a message that left many viewers confused. He spoke heavily about the event ...
It was announced via social media platform Twitter on July 26, 2017 that President Trump was to implement a nationwide ban on transgender individual ...
Me or Your Lying Eyes Year 1: Week 16 2 of 5 stars By this time, every head scratching American has been inundated with the latest bizarre in ...
The results are largely in for the French election of the next president. Emmanuel Macron, the centrist candidate has been projected to win by a lands ...
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