As I’m sure you’ve all heard, last week House Speaker Nancy Pelosi admitted to the media she favors lowering the voting age to sixteen years of age. It’s not a good idea and here’s yet another reason why Pelosi lives in outer space. Read more
There’s no denying that Melania Trump is undoubtedly the most beautiful first lady in United States History, although an argument could be made for Arthur Ellen even though she didn’t get to fulfill her role. However, with the role of first lady comes the glamorous and creative responsibility of decorating for Christmas.
The Department of Homeland Security isn’t just embroiled in a fight against terrorism, drugs, and illegal immigrants crossing our borders. They’re engaged in a fight against our own news media. Or, what President Trump refers to as “The enemy of the people.” But is there any truth to the reporting from news sources?
Yesterday the Attorney General’s time in office expired as Jeff Sessions tendered his resignation at the request of President Trump. While this comes as little surprise to many political analysts, some are left asking the question—is this a solid move for the President to make?
There’s this funny thing about being a United States president—You don’t have to provide evidence for anything. Obviously this has escaped journalists as they continually deride President Trump and I can’t help but wonder; has the press forgotten that a sitting U.S. president has top secret access to information they don’t?
Did Russia hack the election? It’s a question that has been asked for two years now, but when closely examining the story we find that the general public still has no clear cut answer. At least not an answer that can be trusted unequivocally.
He came in like a wrecking ball and single handedly destroyed preconceived conventions regarding how presidents communicate with the country. In a way, Donald Trump is a truly millennial president in his use of social media by entirely circumventing the need to rely on traditional forms of media to get his message out.