By Grace Lidia Suárez Yesterday the Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, wrote an article for Breitbart explaining why he wants the Census to ask people if they are citizens. I have read the article twice, checked the citations, and frankly, his reasons make no sense. I’m going to attempt
By Susan Kuebler Everyone pretty much agrees that the climate on Capitol Hill these days is toxic. The partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats appears impossible to bridge. Debate has devolved into power plays. Remember when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to allow Senator Elizabeth Warren to read Coretta
By David Malcolm The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) has been a strange tale of ups and downs, a strange modern morality tale about how smaller parties with a single unifying cause can influence national politics for years and how success can sometimes be worse than failure. Once a major concern for
By Darrell Roberts Welcome to a recap of President Donald Trump’s antics during the second week of 2018’s Trumpageddon. For those that may have missed or already forgotten the first-week Trump show antics: Trumpageddon: New Year, Same Dotard 08 Jan: After not enjoying his weekend at Camp David (it’s no Mar-A-Lago),
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 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.