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The epicenter of DC and by extension, the country: The White House is US government incarnate, it's hard to discern what goes on behind those walls...

  • Tomas Alejandro
    Published 2 years ago
    Trump Flouts Rule of Law

    Trump Flouts Rule of Law

    We need to be very concerned. My clarion call is not hyperbole. We are now looking at President Trump no longer hinting at flouting the rule of law, but actually legitimizing Mr. Arpaio's willingness to defy a Federal Court Order while couching Mr. Arpaio's situation as a witch hunt.President Trump has used this "witch hunt" label as a broad stroke in painting Mr. Arpaio a "victim." Mr. Arpaio's actions cannot be minimized in one small capsule. Let's see who Trump pardoned.
  • Michael Eric Ross
    Published 2 years ago
    Svengali Has Left the Building. Watch Out.

    Svengali Has Left the Building. Watch Out.

    It was January 2017, just days after Donald Trump was inaugurated in the White House, and newly-minted White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon was talking to The Hollywood Reporter, plotting the national future, and feeling his oats.
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 2 years ago
    Dear Donald: Telling a Military Vet Off Isn't the Way to Win Support
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 2 years ago
    'The Mooch' Is Out—But Why Was He In?

    'The Mooch' Is Out—But Why Was He In?

    Queen jokes aside, why was Anthony Scaramucci even brought in as communications director? Was he even vetted at all?
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 2 years ago
    Spicer Resigns; Will Scaramucci Be Better?

    Spicer Resigns; Will Scaramucci Be Better?

    It makes sense, in some ways, that President Donald Trump has hired Anthony Scaramucci to be his new communications director.
  • David Lasher
    Published 2 years ago
    Dear Donald, Don't Back Down To Your Enemies
  • Tomas Alejandro
    Published 2 years ago
    Fake President Trump

    Fake President Trump

    Fake President Trump, with his little hands, little brains and his small fragile ego, has been trying on the role of leader of the free world. It has been clear from the start that he has done more to damage our world standing as a nation. As this world’s only true superpower we have historically taken the lead on raising standards throughout the world despite our internal inconsistencies. There is nothing super about Fake President Trump’s sleight of hand.
  • Erik Skaarsgard
    Published 2 years ago
    10 People Who Should Replace Sean Spicer and Why

    10 People Who Should Replace Sean Spicer and Why

    After just a few months, the Trump administration has been a clown car of scandal. The mouthpiece for this, alongside the golden-skinned leader himself, is former Easter Bunny, Sean Spicer.
  • Beth Gibbons
    Published 2 years ago
    Dear Donald

    Dear Donald

    Being Canadian, I may have many views that are different from yours. In fact, I am sure I have many views different from many Americans. However, we have many views which are the same...
  • Michael Thielmann
    Published 2 years ago
    Dear Donald

    Dear Donald

    Bad jokes aside, I want to address the President directly as though he were seeing me as a client trying to deal his deep-seated childhood pain, profound sense of inadequacy, and low self-esteem. Without further ado,
  • Matt Nappo
    Published 2 years ago
    The Deadliest Tweet

    The Deadliest Tweet

    Forget about "the Russian thing" for just a moment. Although the subject matter here is derived from the cloud that revolves around the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, there is now even bigger cause of concern due to the President's reaction to circumstances he alone is responsible for.
  • Frank Bursese
    Published 3 years ago
    Is Trump a Cultural-Relativist? What He Inadvertently Revealed During His Speech to Saudi-Arabia

    Is Trump a Cultural-Relativist? What He Inadvertently Revealed During His Speech to Saudi-Arabia

    So far, Trump’s Presidency has been “eventful” to put it lightly. Between the avalanche of news and high level of controversy, much of the country has been divided into the “never-Trumpers” and the “Trump can do no wrong” camps. One of many negative side-effects of this emotionally charged cultural divide had been the near eradication of unbiased coverage of this Presidency and his policies. This has resulted in a lack of in-depth analysis of many important events. One of the most significant instances of this has been the coverage of Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia. It appears that bias has blinded most analysts to some major revelations into Trump’s policy for the Middle-East and his ideology in general.