politicians

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

  • Triston Jackson
    Published 12 months ago
    'Build the Wall and Crime Will Fall'

    'Build the Wall and Crime Will Fall'

    The government shutdown for 34 days is costing 800,000 workers to work without pay. According to out of touch politicians this was just a bi-product and necessary turmoil to solve a national “crisis.” President Trump created this “crisis” by using language like "I believe drugs, large percentages of which come through the southern border, will be cut by a number that nobody will believe. So let me be very clear. We really have no choice but to build a powerful wall or steel barrier." Or saying that MS-13 is crossing the border raping and ravaging the people of the United States. 🇺🇸
  • Vidello Productions
    Published about a year ago
    42 Things That Will Happen When Queen Elizabeth Dies
  • Patrick Hollis
    Published about a year ago
    Brazil's New Leader: Why the World Should Be Concerned

    Brazil's New Leader: Why the World Should Be Concerned

    New Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was officially sworn into office on New Year’s Day, confirming that he is determined to rid Brazil of corruption and promised to create a unified society. His racist, homophobic, and misogynistic attitudes made him a highly criticised figure through his campaign, but now he’s in the Palacio da Alvorada in Brasilia and 2019 will be the year for the former military leader to stamp his right-wing authority on the weakened South American state.
  • David Wyld
    Published about a year ago
    What Do Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Melania Trump Have in Common?

    What Do Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Melania Trump Have in Common?

    There can be no doubt that politics—for good and for bad—has come to the fore of American life in the Age of Trump. Whether online or in-person, with strangers or with family and friends, politics seems to be the topic du jour almost every day. Whether you are Republican or Democrat, Red or Blue, MAGA or a member of the resistance, many in the country feel like politics divides us like never before, unless you count that little Civil War-thingy.
  • The New Progressives
    Published about a year ago
    Who Led the Blue Wave?

    Who Led the Blue Wave?

    Competition is always a good thing. It forces us to do our best. A monopoly renders people complacent and satisfied with mediocrity. – Nancy Pearcey
  • Shandi Pace
    Published about a year ago
    1968: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

    1968: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

    Robert Francis Kennedy was a family man and an open-minded politician who strived for change within the United States. Shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after winning the Californian presidential primary, Senator Kennedy left us with a legacy that still holds up today.
  • WatchMojo
    Published about a year ago
    Top 5 Surprisingly Badass Facts About George H.W. Bush

    Top 5 Surprisingly Badass Facts About George H.W. Bush

    Many know him as the famous father of a more recent POTUS, while others only remember him from that time he moved across the street from The Simpsons. Either way, we’re here to set the record straight when it comes to the 41st president of the United States.
  • H. T.
    Published about a year ago
    Is It the End for Emmanuel Macron?

    Is It the End for Emmanuel Macron?

    Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frederic Macron, forty-year-old man born in Amiens, France was elected to French office in 2017, after serving as both Minister of the Economy and Minister of Industry and Digital Affairs, is currently facing what could quite possibly be the toughest time of his presidency as his office is threatened with protests that are rapidly spreading across the nation.
  • John Heckenlively
    Published about a year ago
    Ryan Wasted $73 Million on Midterms

    Ryan Wasted $73 Million on Midterms

    Now that all the dust has settled, and every race determined, it turns out the grand total of all the money the Congressional Leadership Fund wasted on attack ads was $73,177,712. That doesn’t include the just over $3 million they spent on Conor Lamb’s special election in Pennsylvania.
  • Michael Blair
    Published about a year ago
    Nothing Is Black and White with the SNP

    Nothing Is Black and White with the SNP

    First there was the visit to Poland, and the day trip to Auschwitz. One of the most important historic sites in the world. A place where unspeakable horrors were carried out. Not exactly the place for cheap publicity stunts by a politician. But Scotland's First Minister decided to hitch herself to a school trip to the infamous Nazi death camp.
  • Patrick Hollis
    Published about a year ago
    First Glimpse of Brexit Deal Could Be Nail in Theresa's Coffin

    First Glimpse of Brexit Deal Could Be Nail in Theresa's Coffin

    There was a significant breakthrough was made in the UK’s Brexit divorce deal on Wednesday with the news that a draft of the agreement has been completed. The 500 page document was presented to Theresa May’s cabinet in a lock-in session on Wednesday night. It could turn out to be a huge day for the country but the reaction from many in her own party suggests it could well be the beginning of the end for the Prime Minister.
  • Adam J
    Published about a year ago
    Hillary 2020? I'd Rather Not

    Hillary 2020? I'd Rather Not

    Earlier this week, it was reported by two of Hillary Clinton's former campaign advisors that a 2020 run would be likely. While there has been no official statement from Clinton, she has not denied the possibility of a presidential run in 2020. Today I would like to objectively discuss why this could be disastrous for the democratic party. To be clear, I am not saying that Hillary Clinton will definitely run in 2020, but that if she does, it could be the worst choice for a candidate the Democratic Party could make. In short, Hillary 2020 is a bad idea because first off, she lost to Donald Trump in 2016. It should have been an easy path to the presidency, but it absolutely was not. This is because her brand of politics just is not what the people are looking for anymore on either side of the aisle. Hillary Clinton represents what many people despise about American politics. For many, she is the lack of real change that has persisted for so many years. Finally, by running in 2020, she would be stepping on the toes of the Democratic party and holding it back for at least four years.