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A New and Unique Proposed Solution for Korea

Tue, 02/13/2018 - 13:20


If you’re familiar with our site, you know that we scan a wide range of media to find issues to bring you to discuss. That includes issues that are underreported. But the point is that we look for your opinions. This article is a little different. First, we’re quoting ourselves, not other media. And second, […]

Rand Paul Attacks Republicans Over Debt Deal

Fri, 02/09/2018 - 13:36


In case you haven’t heard, the dreaded Government shutdown was narrowly avoided Thursday night as both parties made last-minute maneuvers to pass a budget deal and keep the lights on in DC. The deal reached between the GOP and Democrats is chock full of new spending all over the place which originally caused Senator Rand […]

Get Ready for a Second Special Counsel

Tue, 02/06/2018 - 13:35


With the Nunes memo out and the questions continuing to swirl, the stage appears set for the appointment of a second special counsel. The new counsel would be chartered with investigating the FBI and the Department of Justice in relation to everything that was alleged in the Nunes memo released last Friday. The crux of […]

Nunes Memo Released: What Does it Say?

Fri, 02/02/2018 - 18:14


President Trump has approved the release, with no redactions, of the classified memo prepared by Rep. Devin Nunes on alleged FISA court abuses. Democrats, along with some Senate Republicans, have expressed disagreement with releasing the memo over grounds of national security. FBI and Justice Department officials also disagreed with the memo’s release. However, despite the […]

Trump Pumping Up GOP For 2018

Fri, 02/02/2018 - 13:34


Politico has an article titled, “Republicans see hope for midterms, despite Trump’s unpopularity.” It’s a counterview of the current common wisdom that Democrats are on their way to a “wave” (or “flood”) election this November. But while it bucks the trend, it buys the common narrative that Trump is unpopular. Is that true, and will […]

Trump Pumping Up GOP For 2018

Fri, 02/02/2018 - 13:34


Politico has an article titled, “Republicans see hope for midterms, despite Trump’s unpopularity.” It’s a counterview of the current common wisdom that Democrats are on their way to a “wave” (or “flood”) election this November. But while it bucks the trend, it buys the common narrative that Trump is unpopular. Is that true, and will […]

Open Thread: Trump’s First State of the Union Address

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 13:26
Trump SOTU


President Trump will present his first Sate of the Union address tonight to Congress and the American people. Here is a little rundown of what to expect this evening. The speech itself begins at 9pm ET (6pm PT), but coverage should start a half hour before then on every broadcast and cable news channel. You […]

Open Thread: Trump’s First State of the Union Address

Tue, 01/30/2018 - 13:26
Trump SOTU


President Trump will present his first Sate of the Union address tonight to Congress and the American people. Here is a little rundown of what to expect this evening. The speech itself begins at 9pm ET (6pm PT), but coverage should start a half hour before then on every broadcast and cable news channel. You […]

The GOP is Messed Up, Too

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 13:33


In a previous article, we talked about the mess that the Democratic Party is and always has been. That’s because the Republican Party was so pristine—bankers, owners, managers—no messing around with social issues. Democrats grew further when FDR brought in just about every subgroup, although African Americans stuck with “The Party of Lincoln.” That is, […]

The GOP is Messed Up, Too

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 13:33


In a previous article, we talked about the mess that the Democratic Party is and always has been. That’s because the Republican Party was so pristine—bankers, owners, managers—no messing around with social issues. Democrats grew further when FDR brought in just about every subgroup, although African Americans stuck with “The Party of Lincoln.” That is, […]

Poll: 84% Say Shutdown Was “Mainly Unnecessary”

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 13:57


Shutdown? What shutdown? Ahh, that’s right, we’ve forgotten already and it’s only Thursday. The short-lived shutdown used as an attempt by Democrats to extract some kind of fix for DACA Dreamers went basically nowhere, and now the public at large says it was unnecessary. Quinnipiac has the numbers which indicate that voters do divvy up […]

Poll: 84% Say Shutdown Was “Mainly Unnecessary”

Thu, 01/25/2018 - 13:57


Shutdown? What shutdown? Ahh, that’s right, we’ve forgotten already and it’s only Thursday. The short-lived shutdown used as an attempt by Democrats to extract some kind of fix for DACA Dreamers went basically nowhere, and now the public at large says it was unnecessary. Quinnipiac has the numbers which indicate that voters do divvy up […]

Dems Cave on Shutdown and Begin Infighting

Tue, 01/23/2018 - 13:34


Ever since FDR, Democrats have held an advantage over Republicans. That is, in number of voters. If people who consider themselves “Democrats” would vote, it would be the Democratic party that controlled the White House, the Senate, the House, the Supreme Court, most of the governorships, and most of the state legislatures—instead of the Republicans. […]

Dems Cave on Shutdown and Begin Infighting

Tue, 01/23/2018 - 13:34


Ever since FDR, Democrats have held an advantage over Republicans. That is, in number of voters. If people who consider themselves “Democrats” would vote, it would be the Democratic party that controlled the White House, the Senate, the House, the Supreme Court, most of the governorships, and most of the state legislatures—instead of the Republicans. […]

Does The Shutdown Really Mean Anything?

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 14:20


Once the shutdown happened on Friday, as the Senate failed to pass a funding bill, the speculation and analyses went directly to asking which party will take the most heat as a result of Congressional inaction. Most polls still give President Trump and Republicans a greater share of the blame, though it looks like Democrats […]

Does The Shutdown Really Mean Anything?

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 14:20


Once the shutdown happened on Friday, as the Senate failed to pass a funding bill, the speculation and analyses went directly to asking which party will take the most heat as a result of Congressional inaction. Most polls still give President Trump and Republicans a greater share of the blame, though it looks like Democrats […]

Government Shutdown Seems Imminent

Fri, 01/19/2018 - 15:07


The House passed a funding bill yesterday, but Democrats in the Senate don’t appear willing to take it up and provide the needed votes to prevent a government shutdown. Both sides, at the current point, believe they’re correct, and seem to be entrenched and beholden to their respective bases. At the present time, if the […]

Government Shutdown Seems Imminent

Fri, 01/19/2018 - 15:07


The House passed a funding bill yesterday, but Democrats in the Senate don’t appear willing to take it up and provide the needed votes to prevent a government shutdown. Both sides, at the current point, believe they’re correct, and seem to be entrenched and beholden to their respective bases. At the present time, if the […]

Wisconsin Democrat Turns Trump District Deep Blue

Thu, 01/18/2018 - 14:22


Back on Tuesday there was a special election in Wisconsin for an open state Senate seat. Wisconsin’s 10th Senate District, which spans several counties near the Minnesota border, went strongly for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential election by 17 points over Hillary Clinton. On Tuesday, however, Democrats spurned those results and turned the area […]

Wisconsin Democrat Turns Trump District Deep Blue

Thu, 01/18/2018 - 14:22


Back on Tuesday there was a special election in Wisconsin for an open state Senate seat. Wisconsin’s 10th Senate District, which spans several counties near the Minnesota border, went strongly for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential election by 17 points over Hillary Clinton. On Tuesday, however, Democrats spurned those results and turned the area […]

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