As 2020 came to an end, many of us were celebrating what we hoped would be the better year ahead. These were the days before a last-ditch effort to overthrow … Continue Reading More Americans died in 2020 than in any other year ever
Republicans have made it very clear that they are going to be the party of Donald Trump. They are going to put Donald Trump’s name and face on everything. They … Continue Reading The world’s greatest negotiator can’t get his own party to take him seriously
Joseph R. Biden Jr. became the forty-sixth President of the United States on January 20, 2021. It has been, give or take a day, one month since then, and if … Continue Reading Joe Biden’s lousy first month
At the end of January, someone lied to you and you believed it. I could just leave it at that. People lie pretty frequently, usually about mundane things. But I’ve … Continue Reading Oops, you believed the Subway story
Biden wants bipartisan action on student loan debt. But even some moderate Dems say it’s time to be bold.
Charles Schumer, New York’s senior senator and the current Majority Leader, is not exactly what you would call a leftist agitator. Not in good faith, anyway. Schumer is a liberal, … Continue Reading Biden wants bipartisan action on student loan debt. But even some moderate Dems say it’s time to be bold.
There have been a lot of memes circulating since the WallStreetBets reddit began its Wall Street rampage last week. Most of those memes focus on how redditors are some kind … Continue Reading No one is scared of reddit investors
If you were to make a list of the accomplishments of the Trump administration, although it might not be long, it would include many of the things that Donald Trump … Continue Reading Nearly every Trump accomplishment collapsed in the first day of the Biden administration
President Trump signed, late Sunday, an omnibus appropriations bill in which he did not get a single thing he wanted. He demanded changes to the bill – upping stimulus payments … Continue Reading The World’s Greatest Negotiator has obtained nothing
Congress has this fondness for consolidated bills. If Senator Armsmoney (R-US) going to vote for some Democratic priority like expanding school lunches, it’s a lot easier to stomach that vote … Continue Reading No, that’s not in the COVID bill
Back on Thursday – if you can remember back that far – Time magazine named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as its “Person of the Year.” This surprised no one, … Continue Reading Joe Biden isn’t the person of the year – but ‘Time’ is trapped in a loop
Way back in 2000, before coronavirus pandemics and September 11 and The Real Housewives, the Supreme Court of the United States was asked a key question in the now-famous Bush … Continue Reading We now enter the “attempt to overturn Bush v. Gore” phase of the election
Goldman Sachs, the 151-year old bank that captivates the eyes of financial professionals and Robin Hood users alike, is reportedly considering a partial move to Florida. The financial giant’s asset … Continue Reading Wall Street giants want to relocate to business-friendly Florida. Their employees do not.
The big White House-linked bribery-pardon scandal is neither big nor particularly White House-linked
More details have emerged about an alleged White House-linked pardon-bribe scheme investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice earlier this year. It’s both more and less juicy than we initially … Continue Reading The big White House-linked bribery-pardon scandal is neither big nor particularly White House-linked
Calling it a “serious threat to our National Security & Election Integrity,” President Trump today tweeted that he would veto the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020 – which funds … Continue Reading Trump threatens to withhold funding from the Pentagon unless Twitter deletes his account
There’s a possibility that Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff can change the balance of power in the U.S. Senate towards Democrats. The pair are popular, they’re running in the … Continue Reading Trump doesn’t care about other Republicans. Why do they care about him?
Adam Woodrum was out for a bike ride with his wife and kids on July 19 when his then 9-year-old son, Robert, crashed. “He cut himself pretty bad, and I … Continue Reading After Kid’s Minor Bike Accident, A $18,933 Bill