BuzzFeed News reported last night that President Donald Trump directed his former personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
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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
President Donald Trump delivered his very first Oval Office address last night. He talked about the “humanitarian crisis” taking place on our southern border. According to Trump, the best way to respond to the humanitarian crisis is to build a ginormous wall between the United States and Mexico. When in human history did a giant wall
If you awoke this morning feeling off-kilter, annoyed, or as though something was just off, it’s because of the federal government shutdown that went into effect early this morning. The reason for the shutdown is because President Trump declared he would not sign a spending bill into law unless it included $5.7 billion for a
Just when I think my opinion of Donald Trump can not get any worse, he does something to drive it even lower into the ground than it was before. From ABC News: President Donald Trump canceled a planned visit Saturday to a cemetery for Americans killed in World War I, the White House citing bad
The 2018 midterm elections look to be nearly over. There might be a recount in Florida and Georgia for governor. Everything else thankfully is complete. Republicans not only retained the Senate, but they also added two seats. That makes sense when you consider the U.S. Senate is composed of representatives based on states, not people. Each state,