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This past Thursday, reports started to emerge that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were getting closer to an agreement on overall government spending. The rumored plan included a two year raise of budget… Continue reading
Last week, President Trump’s approval rating dropped to its lowest level since March 7, with the most recent RealClearPolitics average indicating a 40.8% job approval.
On March 7, the White House was battling the departure of Gary Cohn, the Dow… Continue reading
If the events in Charlottesville, Virginia have revealed anything to me, it is that we are lacking any real efforts to unify our country.
No political party has undertaken the awesome responsibility of unifying our country.
Instead, our political leaders,… Continue reading
President Obama came into office promising to unify America, but he has made political discourse meaner and more cynical. Whenever Mr. Obama is playing a weak hand, he questions the motivations of those who disagree with him and mangles the… Continue reading
Never has being wrong felt so good, nor has a mistake been so worth celebrating.
Chuck Schumer surprised me in all the best ways. His opposition to the terrible Iran nuke deal is breathtakingly bold and opens the door to… Continue reading