There is no question that the political climate of the US is highly charged in recent years, or that President Donald Trump has been accused of heinous actions. In the Ukraine scandal alone, he is accused of numerous crimes, including bribery, extortion, and conspiracy. (Walter 2019) There’s been ongoing, consistent outcry about the border camps and practice of separating migrant children from their families to live in squalor. (Dalton 2019; Holmes 2019; Helm and Tapper 2018; Miller 2019) But the conversation around these border camps—these concentration camps, as they have been called (Holmes 2019; Miller 2019)—falls woefully short of acknowledging the biggest, most central problem with the practice of separating children from their families as a matter of government policy.
If it has not been clear that the President of the United States is racist, we certainly learned that he was in his latest Tweets.
One of the hardest things in the world to do when you've been shown to be wrong is to apologize, but after wrongfully attributing a quote to President Donald Trump, Bette Midler did exactly that. Not only did she apologize, she posted the source information which proved her information that she originally posted was wrong.
As we all know by now Donald J Trump is the President. He ran a very controversial campaign and a lot of people including high-level politicians from both political parties said he would never win, which he quickly proved to be wrong. We all knew Trump for being a businessman who had some past failures, but who hasn’t made mistakes in their past? He even went into detail on how bad his failures were in his book, The Art of The Deal, on his former tv show The Apprentice and in several interviews. Whenever people bring up Trump's failures you have to keep in mind that six “bankruptcies” out of 515 investments and businesses isn’t a failure of a businessman. That’s like saying a basketball player who shot 515 baskets and missed six isn’t a star player. Whether you love him or hate him you are reaping the benefits from this great economy and it’s easier than ever to find a good high paying job with benefits.
It is to be cursed with a blessing to know your family’s true name in a world where you are deemed “Leader of the free world.”
Really? Do you take us all for fools? Like we can't see that you and your pals are just so heavily invested in oil up to your eyelids that the last thing you want is for electric cars to make it here in the "United States?" United is the furthest thing from your mind. You wanted that title for one reason, and one reason only. MONEY. Did you not get enough hugs as a child? Was it that your family came from poverty and you decided once and for all that you were absolutely never going to live that way ever again? OR was it that POWER and CONTROL that you felt when you started succeeding after someone in your family, most likely your father, called you a failure for not being worth a f*ck?
The United States is experiencing a period of strong economic growth. In a recent speech, President Trump took credit for the strong economy. However, critics of President Trump believe that his policies have hurt the economy.
Is the nuclear power deal with Saudi Arabia finally too much for Republicans?
As children, we grow up learning through our parents. We learn by seeing, experiencing and what we are taught. Depending on where you are from and what era your parents were from depends on your upbringing. I grew up in a middle-class household. My parents were taught to be responsible, active members of the community. My dad went to college, got his master's and taught middle school and high school band my entire life. My mom was an artist, art teacher and stay at home mom.