Eventually elections would begin to kick out defund the police candidates. Last night was a good night for the police in New York State.
The moment calls for more spending the President argues. Massive spending.
SCOTUS will rule on, Can a state restrict a person’s right to get licensed to carry a firearm outside the home, based on the requirement of demonstrating “proper cause” for self-defense?
Forty years before Climate Change went mainstream, the modern American environmental movement begins with Rachel Carson’s book ‘Silent Spring’, which struck a chord in 1962 sparking a national conversation on the use of pesticides, DDT, and for humans to become responsible stewards of the Earth.
You can’t have the President of the United States and a Congresswoman tamper with an arguably unsequestered jury, while the media toys with doxing the jury, and get a fair trial. That’s not how an impartial jury system works.
Media narratives rule the day. Narratives drive politics, culture, and fuel activism in search of change.
The election comes down to a handful of swing states.
In the race for the Presidency, national polls don’t amount to much, because in the end, a handful of battlefield states will determine who wins the race.
Republicans lost the Obamacare war. Deal with it.
For decades, TIME magazine nailed the Person of the Year. Not so much anymore.