A handy guide to all Congress happenings on both sides of the aisle. Thank goodness for this political body that keeps Presidential power in check.
Disapproval from Within: Biden vs. Trump
A year ago, if one had inquired about the likeliness of President Biden being re-elected next year, the feedback and forecasts would have been swift, positive, and certain. Especially in contrast to his predecessor. Now...with a low approval rating, it appears his re-election bid will be an uphill battle.
A Victim of Ignorance and Greed
Most of my adult life, I have been a renter or a guest. As a child, I was not expected to contribute financially to my mother's rent or mortgage payments. However, after high school graduation, as an independent adult, I was expect to afford my own housing. That expectation is not unfair, but for over 30 years, I have witnessed and experienced many leases or contracts or rental agreements that have been unfair and according to American history, illegal.
Decorum and Statesmanship
The recent clash between Republican Sen. Markwayne Mullin and Sean O'Brien, President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing has raised concerns about the state of discourse within congressional proceedings. While robust debate is an integral part of democracy, the overt escalation to a physical challenge underscores the urgency for a more measured and respectful approach.
All the Ways Joe Biden Has Made the United States Worse So Far
Introduction: Exploring the Negative Impact of Joe Biden's Policies Joe Biden's presidency has been marked by controversy and criticism, with many arguing that his policies have had a negative impact on the United States. This article aims to examine the various ways in which Joe Biden's policies have made the United States worse, focusing on key areas such as the economy, immigration, foreign relations, and public opinion.
A Tale of Two Speakers
Now, this is fun... From the New York Times Opinion Page (October 3rd, 2023): The U.S. Capitol may be perched on a hill, but it is understandable why so many Americans look down on it.
President Vows to Protect Nazis with Own Life
August 26th (Nashua, NH) – Your rights, freedoms, and liberties are all under attack, according to the President of the United States. At a press conference held after meeting with the governor of New Hampshire ostensibly to discuss recent events in the State, the President addressed the media and others in attendance with a fiery speech about personal freedoms. Said the President:
The Tree That Kept Voting For The Axe Because They're Of The Same Tribe; U.S. GOP & Some African Governments Are The Same
Tuesday, 26 September 2023 By: TB Obwoge I’ve written about Africa for the better part of the last 2 years, no one has ever noticed the similarities of these African countries governments. The soul crushing, lack of humanity, sexism, xenophobia and lack of compassion for their citizens.
Protesters Invited Inside the White House, Fight Each Other Instead
August 7th (Washington, D.C.) – Protestors outside the White House yesterday found themselves the recipients of a unique proposition when the President of the United States invited them inside to discuss their concerns. Unfortunately for them, a lack of cohesion in the crowd made it appear that the opportunity would slip through their fingers. How this rare opportunity to meet with the President came about and the reverberations from the entire escapade has left the protestors, law enforcement officers, and members of the federal government reeling. Details are still emerging, but this is what we know so far.
On the Eve of Independence Day, President Leads Impromptu Tour of Homeless Encampment
July 3rd (Washington, D.C.) – On the eve of the country’s birthday, the President of the United States grabbed several reporters, a camera team, a security detail, and anyone who happened to be in the hallways, and took them on a walk around the nation’s capital.
President's Speech at College Graduation Goes Far off the Rails
May 28th (Castleton, VT) – When the undergraduate student union at Castleton University voted to have the President of the United States be their commencement speaker, no one seriously expected the invitation to be accepted and the leader of the free world to appear before them at their little-known small liberal arts college in the middle of the woods of Vermont.
The Secret Wars the President Does Not Want You to Know About
May 14th (Detroit, MI) – Is the President of the United States a person of peace, or a purveyor of war? As details leak out from behind the scenes of the White House, the question is becoming more and more difficult to answer.
Why Red means Republican and Blue means Democrat in US?
Americans think of red and blue as deeply associated with the Republican and Democratic parties, but that's only been the case since the election of 2000. That's what the election night results looked like on American television. - Kennedy's victory, sir, let me tell you this. If they ever teach this machine to talk, you and I won't work. The widespread use of color television in the late 1960s and 1970s changed everything. But it would take several more decades before the media would adapt to the current color scheme - which rooms are the hardest to change from blue to red? Which ones are easy? -President Obama won all those blue states. -He must turn the voting statuses blue. To understand where this red state, blue state business came from, let's go back to when network television first used color charts to announce election results.