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  • Janine Addison
    Published 3 years ago
    Looks Are Deceiving

    Looks Are Deceiving

    The tangerine overlord recently had an article written about him. He was quoted as saying the job of President of the United States is harder than it looks. While half the country knew his happy ass wasn't up to the task, anyone with half a brain could have told you that. After all you have the lives of millions in your hands and what decisions made by both the President and Congress are legally binding. He cried bloody murder throughout President Obama's presidency about executive orders being signed willy nilly. Meanwhile, this half wit has been doing nothing but executive orders since January 20th. You would swear he was ordering from a restaurant the way he has been signing every piece of paper thrown his way. Of course, the republican half wits are happier than pigs in slop cause they basically have a puppet to control. This was until all the town halls they proceeded to do around the country and the people they serve let them have it. The country has been tired of politicians for awhile and now we are a pot boiling over. They sit up there taking away people's healthcare and assholes thought he was going to fix it. What the fuck does the clown prince know about healthcare? He ran a business on daddy's money and hired people to do that. He has probably never really issued a rule truly in his life. But oh the job is harder than it looks. The same man who crucified President Obama about golfing vacations when that is all he has done every weekend since his inauguration.
  • Wayne Dupree
    Published 3 years ago
    The Liberal Media Failed Seth Rich!

    The Liberal Media Failed Seth Rich!

    Is Seth Rich a hero? I think so, yes.
  • Guillermo Calvo
    Published 3 years ago
    Societal Maladies

    Societal Maladies

    Societal Maladies, How to Recognize and Treat Them, a Hypothesis
  • Harmony Flower
    Published 3 years ago
    Stuck Between a Rock & a Hard Place

    Stuck Between a Rock & a Hard Place

    It's General Election time in the UK and for approximately 21 years I voted SNP. Wasn't complacent in my choice of party and wanted Scotland to have a referendum on independence, playing the long game. Even after losing the referendum, I continued to vote for the SNP in the 2015 General Election. The Smith commission proposals were important for further devolution to the Scottish parliament. Looking back on the series of events it was actually John Swinney MSP and Deputy First Minster who was the main figure in the negotiation of Smith, what did the SNP MP's actually achieve for Scotland at Westminster ?
  • Dr. Williams
    Published 3 years ago
    The Failings of Trump And Our Government

    The Failings of Trump And Our Government

    For the first time in recent memory, the United States has a sitting President who by all accounts has demoralized the office of the Presidency. Since his term began there have been crisis after crisis of internal conflicts that have all originated by Trump's own actions. Not one of his campaign pledges has come to fruition. In fact, most of these self inflicted crisis have nothing to do with the real concerns facing millions of Americans each and every day. If we consider the House repeal of the Affordable Health Care Act as a sign of things to come under this Administration, the majority of Americans will be faced with insurmountable hardships in the years ahead. It is too bad that our Founding Fathers omitted one important detail in the Constitution. The Constitution outlines that federally elected officials are exempt from voter recalls. Today, many states can recall their state and local elected officials when these elected office holders fail to uphold the duties of their office. We have seen in a recent case when the Governor of California was recalled and in a special election was voted out of office. Just think that if our Founding Fathers had not omitted that one important detail about voter recalls the public today would be demanding a voter recall to dismiss Trump as President and vote for an entirely new candidate. And, today, the most favorable candidate to take his place would not be the Vice President but Senator Sanders.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Myth of Trump Regret

    Myth of Trump Regret

    With Trump's polls showing him to be the least popular president in modern American history, many Democrats and political groups have assumed that voters may have felt remorse about voting Republican in 2016, AKA "Trump Regret." Even many of Trump's own voters have come out to say that they don't like the policies that he's enacted.
  • Cato Conroy
    Published 3 years ago
    Insane Political Scandals That Everyone Forgot About

    Insane Political Scandals That Everyone Forgot About

    Insane political scandals are happening at breakneck rates these days, and it seems like every single day brings new news headlines involving espionage, cheating, lies, bribery, and more. The fact is that the current political climate is one that is embroiled in a lot of scandal.
  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published 3 years ago
    What To Do If Your State Turns Red

    What To Do If Your State Turns Red

    The Republican party has gone under fire from both Democrats and independent voters for the many controversial or downright corrupt movements they have made over the past 100 days. That being said, more people are voting Republican than ever before - and that means that many blue states and swing states may turn red.
  • Michael Blair
    Published 3 years ago
    Vote For Sanity

    Vote For Sanity

    The general election campaign is in full swing and the insults are flying around like seventeen monkeys throwing their own excrement at the visitors to their zoo cages.