Iowa was the final leak for a ship that’s been sinking for years. Grab the popcorn, because the next nine-months will be an unmitigated disaster for the left as the party implodes from within.
Ten days into the new year, and what a start. Geopolitical conflict, drama in the Royal Family, incriminating emails released from Boeing, additional fallout from the Epstein scandal, a deeply troubling plane crash that should have been avoided, and calamity over fires in Australia.
Robert Mueller delivered their precious report and it was a bag full of coal that they wish they had never asked for. Karma is a real bitch, and if you ever need proof it exists, then go no further.
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Colin Kaepernick settled with the NFL, and it is time to finally put the story to bed. He's someone who capitalized on his 15-seconds of fame more than anyone has in a generation.
Self-proclaimed Independent Centrist Howard Schultz will run for President in 2020. He is the man America deserves. The time is right. Discover who he is, what he stands for, and decide if you support his message.
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Now what? The votes aren't even done being counted from last night's Midterm, and we already have a tremendously huge controversy. Sessions is out, Whitaker is in, and what about Mueller. Trump did it again.
The New York Times came under scrutiny when being introduced by a UCLA professor over the weekend for ‘Two-Sided Journalism.’ You should read into this interesting attack on the Editorial and what it means to you, the reader.
Trump will pick his second Justice in as many years. How will this impact the strategy of the Democratic Party moving forward?