I caught some of Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress yesterday. I have to say, I was not impressed. Not with Mueller, but with Congress. This applies to both the Democrats and the Republicans.
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The first of the Democratic Party presidential debate took place this week. It had to be held over of the course of two nights, Wednesday and Thursday. It had to be split up in two parts because there are over 20 candidates running for the Democratic nominee.
The Trump government shutdown is finally over. President Trump agreed to sign a bill that temporarily funds the federal government. The president caved on his demand for $5.7 billion for a medieval wall on the southern border and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi agreed to allow him to cave. The spending bill is for three weeks. This will
Even though it’s now an established fact the events did not happen the way Nathan Phillips said they happened, people are refusing to acknowledge this.
BuzzFeed News reported last night that President Donald Trump directed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
Today is January 13, 2019. It marks Day 23 of the Trump government shutdown. I began on December 22. It’s now officially the longest government shutdown in United States history. How did we get here again? Trump wants $5.7 billion to build a 220-mile wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Without funding for such a wall, he will