The GOP thought they had a win but is it that Trump thinks he needs a state of chaos to deflect all the real problems.
by Richard Striner Richard Striner, a professor of history at Washington College, is the author of many books including Father Abraham: Lincoln’s Relentless Struggle to End Slavery and Lincoln’s Way: How Six Great Presidents Created American Power. At what point in the historical development of today’s Republican Party did it move to the “dark side?” Does this question […]
The Republican Party has lost its right to govern. It once stood for a set of ideas like states’ rights, free trade, and fiscal prudence. Now it’s Trumpism.
Why can’t Democrats cauterize within the minds of every American irrespective of ideology this verifiable truth about political parties and jobs?
A party that continues to take away from the many to give to the few must not win. That is the current Republican policy on Medicare, Social Security, and healthcare.
You cannot give away trillions of dollars to rich people, create a huge budget deficit, and credibly claim you won’t adversely affect Medicare.
Most of the battleground districts are now in GOP hands and their vote went heavily for Republicans in 2016. This poll suggests a major change could be coming.
If you are on or will be on Social Security, Medicare, or any social program, your vote in November will determine if you are likely to have it in the form you need it.
Sadly even though reports are out there that Republicans are complicit by association with the Trump – Putin scandal, they are getting a media pass.
The Pharisees are likely smiling at the Trump administration from hell as the cabal perfect their family values policy shams on a receptive America.