The GOP likes to say they're fiscally responsible and that Democrats like to "tax and spend". When the actual data is analyzed, we find Republican administrations have been "tax cut and borrow" and the largest contributors to the deficit.
Here's a very simple question. What would right wing propaganda machine say about where we currently are, if Hillary or Obama were President and not Trump? If you can keep an open mind, this exercise will be very instructive in removing nonsense defenses
Trump's mail-in voting fraud. It fails any logical framework. So if it isn't what he claims it is, then it's about something else. Anyone surprised he'd put his own ego and re-election before Americans?
American voters deserve better; impeachment hearings based on facts, sound logic, and politicians who act in the public's best interests. Given they and our media sources of propaganda instead of facts and information, we must rely on ourselves to make informed decisions.
Charlottesville brought national attention back to the our country's bloodiest war and its place in todays society. Like many other debates, emotional responses and irrational arguments abound.
No pulled punches here. The Civil War was about one thing. Slavery. It was carried out by traitors and terrorists. This isn't a "lets agree to disagree" topic. The facts are clear.
Let's drop the hyperbole. The decline of working and middle class Americans is a travesty. We need to face some hard truths. We have to deal with the world as it is, not how we think it should be.
Politics has become visceral and raw. Is there any way to revive reason?
Russian attacks on the 2016 election and possible collusion by Americans is stunning. Our representative democracy relies on leaders to act only in our best interests.
Putting the noise aside, Trump's unexpected victory was the manifestation of middle class anger. This anger is absolutely founded, but are we on the road to better days?