Do Trump make good use of bad news and sensitive issues like shooting & immigration in his campaign?
Donald John Trump is officially the Republican Party nominee for President of the United States for the 2016 election.
Will he become the next President of USA?
Obama used the shooting of five Dallas cops to push federalizing of city and state police forces and call for white guilt. He's politicized nearly everything, as well as put national politics into many local events.
by JR Mamerto 5 months ago
Just sharing.I'm planning to do some hubs on some not so merry topics. One is Filipino politics criticism. I love our president but I think he needs some healthy criticism on some topics. But with an army of insane supporter trolls bent on silencing critics, I think I need to be cautious.Another is...
by stanwshura 6 years ago
Sensitive issues around gender identity and expressionDo any folks here experience or posit certain "vices" as a possible component of their gender concept? For *clarity*, it's possible that said components are or might be regarded, personally and publically, accurately or as sheer...
by Ralph Schwartz 19 months ago
If President Trump is "doing a bad job so far" then why are his approval numbers rising?Despite the partisan climate we're seeing since the election - Americans are starting to warm up to this president and his approval rating climbed to 55%
by sonal 18 months ago
Religion, money, politics, and sex are very sensitive issues in Indian society. Do you think so?
by Mike Russo 5 months ago
Below is a list of Trump's current issues, almost all happening simultaneously. I almost feel sorry for him. How does he sleep at night? If you can think of more, please add them to the list. 1. North Korea2. China Trade deal3. ...
by LauraGT 5 years ago
6,000 highly trained professional good guys with guns, an entire metropolitan area shut down for a day, and who knows how many millions of dollars. Perhaps we should rethink gun control/rights in our country. Or at least, pressure the NRA to rethink its mantra....
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