politicians

Reviews of the politicians kissing babies and running governments around the world; applaud and criticize the decisions they make and their implications.

  • Safi Malik
    Published 3 days ago
    Imran Khan

    Imran Khan

    Humanitarian, politician, cricket star, chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Ahmed Khan was born on October 5, 1952 in Lahore, Pakistan. Khan is the 22nd Prime Minster, Of Pakistan. Khan believed that there needs to be a change for the citizens of Pakistan. Currently, Pakistan is facing some big problems and now it's at the hands of Khan to change the country for the better of his people.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 4 days ago
    Facts Regarding President's Day

    Facts Regarding President's Day

    President’s Day is the third Monday in February and is not what most people might assume. This celebration was established in 1885 in honor of America’s first official president, George Washington. For years, Americans celebrated Washington on the day he was born, February 22. Abraham Lincoln was acknowledged on his birth date of February 12. During the 1960’s when I was in elementary school we wrote papers about Washington and Lincoln each February and colored pictures of both men that were hung on the classroom wall. We were taught two major facts about these leaders that stick with me today. George Washington was the father of our country and Lincoln had freed the slaves.
  • Alan Russell
    Published 6 days ago
    Che Guevara & Yorkshire Terriers

    Che Guevara & Yorkshire Terriers

    There were two anxieties that unnerved us at the place where we checked in for a long weekend. Not in a Norman Bates way as in Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller ‘Psycho’; thankfully. The first anxiety was the lady owner. We were confident she would not sneak into the place with a knife while one of us was having a shower or deliver “some milk and sandwiches” at the dead of night. She just gave off this air of knowing all our movements and appearing out of nowhere. The second anxiety was her Yorkshire terrier. Such a little thing with a face like a gremlin crossed with a Tasmanian devil and the attitude to match.
  • Scott Santens
    Published 9 days ago
    A Visual History of the #YangMediaBlackout

    A Visual History of the #YangMediaBlackout

    Back in June of 2019, I tweeted about the latest egregious example of MSNBC excluding Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang from their ongoing coverage of the 2020 Presidential candidates. There had been previous examples, but that was the worst up to that point because they had photos of all 20 candidates who were going to be in the first debates, and instead of including Yang as one of them, they included someone who wasn't even going to be there. I then started to add each new example as a new reply, and that ongoing thread has now been covered over and over again with each new example as a source of entertaining absurdity. It's been covered by traditional media outlets like The Guardian, Vox, and The Hill. It's also been covered by new media like Ethan and Hila Klein of the H3 Podcast for their two million subscribers.
  • EDB
    Published 10 days ago
    GoodBye!!!

    GoodBye!!!

    The year 2016, the year this wild and many times obnoxious ride began.. It was in 2016, we learned that a long time business mogul and political loud mouth would seek the presidency of these states united.. We learned of a woman, who also sought the same position. A woman who couldn’t make a dog cum, even if Lola bunny gave him a head start.. It was also the year, I EDB, decided to put my hate into the community activism system. It was time I thought, I could make an impact, both socially and economically in my city of Norfolk Virginia..
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 14 days ago
    10 reasons the Republican Party is now a cult

    10 reasons the Republican Party is now a cult

    Republican Joe Walsh was on CNN on Friday morning February 7 encouraging fellow members of the GOP to oust Donald Trump because he is a dictator and ho wants to be king. Walsh said his party had become the cult of Trump, a sentiment that many Democrats have been saying for a while. Walsh said in September that his fellow Republicans are no longer about ideals but only care about washing the feet of their leader. There are many attributes of cult leaders and their followers and here we will look at 10 that seem to indicate Joe Walsh May be correct.
  • Jaime Hunter
    Published 17 days ago
    What Your Favourite Democratic Nominee Says About You
  • John Heckenlively
    Published 20 days ago
    Primary Prediction

    Primary Prediction

    At the risk of being egregiously wrong, here are my predictions for how the first round of primaries/caucuses will go in the Democratic contests through March 3.
  • Donna McCoy
    Published about a month ago
    The Candidate Who Inspired Me To Vote

    The Candidate Who Inspired Me To Vote

    Yesterday, I learned the candidate I had hoped to vote for ended his campaign for president. It took me by surprise as I really believed in him. I couldn’t think of a better man at this time to be my president than him. This president hopeful was Senator Cory Booker from New Jersey.
  • Juan Faragher
    Published 2 months ago
    20 Reasons to Join the #YangGang in 2020
  • Peter Rose
    Published 2 months ago
    Politics and personalities

    Politics and personalities

    Politics and personalities.
  • Josh K.
    Published 2 months ago
    Congrat's Mayor Pete Buttigeig!

    Congrat's Mayor Pete Buttigeig!

    Who is Mayor Pete Buttigeig? Will he win the nomination to be President of the United States of America? He would be the first openly gay candidate to ever run for President. That's cool, right? Or is he the best Presidential candidate! Initially piqued by his willingness to be open and vulnerable about his personal life I started to research Mayor Pete Buttigeig. Plagued with rumors and ramblings about his lack of cultural competence and his inability to connect with Black Americans due to his track record as Mayor of South Bend, the amount of incarcerated citizens, social injustice, and the poverty amongst the African American community, I started to look for ways he might still be a great candidate. How might we all address, provide solutions, and contribute to changing those issues? In many instances in addition to voting for a presidential candidate who promises to change the African American plight and does very little to nothing at all, we forget that we can also voice concerns at city council meetings and that those smaller city government bodies are tributaries spilling in the river of national government.