By Darrell Roberts With a few short days to go in completing his first full year in office, one must admit that President Trump has not enjoyed much success. Trump’s first-year approval ratings are historically low, Obamacare has not been repealed nor replaced, and Mexico has still not paid for ‘The
By Touché On this Thanksgiving eve, let’s not forget our fellow Americans in Puerto Rico. They are still struggling from the aftermath of the two hurricanes that whipped them out. Hurricane or no hurricane, Puerto Rico won’t let that stop the party. Luckily, they have a miracle worker helping them be
By Michelle Scheeland Tensions are high as the Kurdish region of Northern Iraq took to the ballot boxes to vote for regional independence on September 25, 2017. The polls had an overwhelming response as over 5 million people, roughly 80% of the registered voters cast their ballots “yes” to independence.
By Bobby M. In case you missed any of the news from May 26th through May 28th, here is a brief recap regarding much of what happened. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight and google it. Brand new reports involving the
By Jason Taylor It seems certain to me that Putin has been doing everything in his power to see the last vestiges of democracy driven from Turkey. Erdogan hopes to have a new best friend and a Russian-style oligarchy will quickly follow. Turkey will remain a part of NATO as
By Bobby M. In case you missed any of the news from April 14th through April 16th, here is a brief recap regarding much of what happened. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight and google it. The biggest story of the