By David Malcolm In the history of American presidents, there are few who rise to the exalted heights or devastating lows of John F. Kennedy and his family. They became one of America’s most famous political dynasty and possibly one of the most tragic. Now, Joseph Kennedy III is making
By David Malcolm Was it #TrumpShutdown or #SchumerShutdown? Whoever was to blame, the Democrats were forced to back down over fears that they would be blamed as much as the Republicans. McConnell has regained some of his magic and many on the right of the GOP feel emboldened to push
By Waldo Butters It is time to take a break from Trump for a few paragraphs and focus on how Democrats could make some major missteps while trying to maintain and flip political seats in 2018. Bradley Manning was born December 17th, 1987 and in 2009, he was assigned to
By Susan Kuebler Donald Trump has driven untold numbers of former Republican voters either into the Independent or Democrat camps. As the minority party, one would think that the everyday Democrat would be welcoming these voters with open arms into their ranks. We have seen the Ds flip seats recently
By Darrell Roberts Marking President Trump’s first year anniversary will not be remembered for a big fundraising party at Mar-A-Lago. Instead, it will be known for a historic government shutdown. The self-proclaimed “Great Negotiator” was unable to work out a deal and save us as previously promised. After all, Trump did
By David Malcolm It’s hard to know whether to feel sorry for the staff of the White House. The silence of both Republicans and the White House administration in the face of Trump’s constant scandals is deafening at times and it is clear that no one has any control over him.