Trump Chooses Trump Over Being President (Oped)

Before his move into the White House, Donald Trump already assembled his 2020 campaign committee. This just presents a growing brand of unorthodoxy that the President has embraced as evidenced by his tweets, his bombastic claims, and his sharp rhetoric. Experts say that no president has done so much to undermine himself. But Trump is not going to change. For anyone. The constant reminder of … Continue reading Trump Chooses Trump Over Being President (Oped)

NSA Points To Russian Hackers Compromising Election

The Intercept’s classified NSA report, published in August 2016, suggest that a Russian Intelligence group hacked into an election hardware vendor in the U.S. The group known as GRU used company data to ‘spear phish’ two campaigns against local government officials that handled absentee ballots associated with elections. The NSA has not released the name of the company. Following the breaking story, the FBI announced … Continue reading NSA Points To Russian Hackers Compromising Election

Weiner: An Unlikely Republican Hero

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? With inauguration day nearing, it appears as if Donald J. Trump will in fact be sworn in as the 45th president of the good ole USA. Despite the best efforts of Democratic leadership, it appears an inevitability at this point. The credit for his somewhat stunning rise to the Oval Office should be assigned to numerous parties. Of… Continue reading Weiner: An Unlikely Republican Hero

Hillary Clinton actually learned something from her surprising loss

Hillary Clinton delivered a compassionate concession speech. A speech with a tone that many pundits are saying she should have had much earlier. Clinton made the concession speech at a New York hotel in Manhattan, where she attempted to hide her disappointment. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans,” “I still believe in American, and I always will,” Clinton said. Just … Continue reading Hillary Clinton actually learned something from her surprising loss

Election 2016 defies logic

Election Day has finally arrived, people are lining making the decision as to which direction America should go. Should America be focused on job creation with Donald Trump as president or should America continue to build upon Obamacare and the policies of President Obama, with Hillary Clinton as president, as some would view a Clinton presidency? Today is the day!! #Decision2016 Reality Star versus Career Politician … Continue reading Election 2016 defies logic

Election 2016 – Live Coverage

Election Day has finally arrived, people are lining making the decision as to which direction America should go. Should America be focused on job creation with Donald Trump as president or should America continue to build upon Obamacare and the policies of President Obama, with Hillary Clinton as president, as some would view a Clinton presidency? Today is the day!! #Decision2016 Reality Star versus Career Politician … Continue reading Election 2016 – Live Coverage

College Republicans Divided Over Endorsing Donald Trump

College Republicans across the country are strongly divided over supporting GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. Trump has turned the clubs inside out, pitting members against members. Dozens of the country’s top College Republican chapters have declined to endorse him or decided to endorse another party’s candidate. 52% of the chapters have no statement on Trump, while 19% have publicly endorsed him. Harvard University’s CR chapter … Continue reading College Republicans Divided Over Endorsing Donald Trump

Trump Slowly Winning Back Millennials

Hillary Clinton’s recent revive of emailgate has narrowed her lead over Donald Trump among millennials, just weeks before the presidential election. Clinton still leads significantly among millennials, according to the latest USA Today poll. In the last few weeks, Clinton’s lead support from millennials has dropped six points, from 68% to 62%. Clinton has had strong support from millennials for most of the campaign. She … Continue reading Trump Slowly Winning Back Millennials

Republican Party Failing To Woo Millennial Voters

Millennials have seen Republicans as close-minded, old fashioned and not tech savvy. The world is changing and the politicians have failed to keep up. Millennials are moving toward living in densely populated area and away from rural areas. Their political impact is just beginning to be felt. The millennials have not exercised their political weight, because some of them are not old enough to vote. … Continue reading Republican Party Failing To Woo Millennial Voters

Trump campaign gets boost from FBI announcement

The surprise announcement from the FBI that they are looking into newly discovered Clinton emails has given the Trump campaign a boost heading into the general election. Donald Trump has attached himself to the sudden announcement, telling supporters in Las Vegas, “We have one ultimate check on Hillary’s corruption, and that is the power of the vote.” Investigators found the emails on a computer belonging … Continue reading Trump campaign gets boost from FBI announcement