Civics lessons are boring I know, but sometimes a civics lesson is desperately needed especially in a contentious political season.
Last Tuesday the final special elections were held along with some key Midwest primaries, and the Democrats were aghast at how much their hoped for 'blue wave' was again swallowed up by the incoming 'red tide.
Oh how the Democrats and some on our side must be in meltdown mode for try as they may to discredit and make President Trump look weak after his “misspeak” at the Helsinki Summit, it now seems his job approval rating is even higher than before the summit hitting the 45% mark.
We all know politics is a dirty game where sometimes masks are worn to hide true intent no matter which side of the aisle one is on.
In the 2016 campaign, the slogan “Make America Great Again” was simultaneously a cry from the heart and a masterpiece of political marketing.
In Part 1 of Facebook: The Truth Exposed, we told you about who Facebook's partners are along with which companies and countries they are connected to, and which companies Facebook bought up or into and why.
The Hollywood so-called 'elite' were in tears...sobs and moans permeated the barely dressed black-clothed audience...as Oprah Winfrey gave her acceptance speech
Of course you've heard the phrase, "Liar liar, pants on fire!" Well, Hillary Clinton's pantsuit is hotter than chicken grease friends and neighbors. Let...
The American electoral system is bleeding in many ways; yet, enforcing voter identification requirements at the precinct provides one sure way to repair serious wounds.
“Do I think [she committed a crime]? Yes, I think…It’s such an important story for our country and the world. It is one of the big stories of our time.” – President Trump on Susan Rice being exposed as one of the key players in the wiretap scandal
After much anticipation, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) invoked the "nuclear option" on Thursday–halting Senate Democrats' filibuster of the confirmation of Judge Neil M....
Michael Johns spoke to the Cornell Political Union at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, on the promise of Donald Trump’s Presidency.
The Electoral College (EC) delegates are under fire by an organized mafia of bullies using threats and intimidation. Today the EC delegates will cast their votes, presumably for the President Elect Donald Trump. For the first time in American history, however, the delegates will require police protection to do their job.
The electors voted for President of the United States on December 19, 2016. Throughout these last few weeks, electors were harassed and threatened to flip...
The left is planning protests on Monday at the Pennsylvania state capitol. The electors were issued plainclothes state police trooper protection.