Donald Trump’s penchant for nepotism calls to mind the very monarchy we forged this nation to escape, discredits the United States in the eyes of the rest of the world and threatens our democracy as we know it by entrusting individuals lacking security clearance, knowledge, and experience with our nation’s secrets.
Currently, the Trump administration is desperately looking to save themselves instead of going after the Russians who hacked the 2016 election. But, even with Robert Mueller closing in on his administration, the President will likely not resign until he has exhausted every other option. Trump’s previous dealings of controversial issues suggest that he would prefer to be impeached than to resign. Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals last week is one of the biggest developments in the investigation of Russian interference in the …
The stomach-churning misogyny of Donald Trump has been on full display this entire election. From calling women pigs, ugly, objectifying Miss Universe contestants to his recently leaked comments about sexually assaulting women. However, nothing he’s done was more repulsive than the stunt he attempted to pull on Secretary Hillary Clinton during Sunday night’s debate. According to NBC News Trump brought three women to the debate who had previously accused her husband Bill Clinton of sexual assault, and one woman who was allegedly raped by a …
One can play with words, like a poet who is more focused on the sound and rhythm of the expression rather than its meaning and truthfulness. But in the political arena, we expect presidential candidates to play less with literary tools like artistic license and rhetoric, and to build their policies and campaigns on checked facts.
The first presidential debate showcased two candidates, but only one person fit to run this country. Her name is Hillary. From the moment she graced the stage, it was clear who was more prepared, organized, qualified, and experienced. Hillary navigated the nearly two hour debate with ease, while Trump stumbled his way from one question to the next.
What do you get when you take pundits like Ann Coulter, Sarah Palin, Sally Kohn and James Carville and put them in a room together for two days? The answer is not quite what one might think.
There are 125 days until the general election and while each major party has chosen their nominee, there is a small faction that refuses to give up the ghost for failed primary challenger Bernie Sanders. Sanders’ campaign, or as I like to call it, “The Little Revolution That Wasn’t,” was a textbook guide for what not to do when running for the nomination of the Democratic Party.
In 2008, Democrats nominated the then-Senator Barack Obama as their presidential candidate for the election on the campaign promise of universal healthcare. He would later go on to be elected president, carrying the message that the time for Medicare for all was now.