For over five years now, Native American tribes and climate activists across the country have waged a long, tiring battle against the construction of the now-infamous Keystone XL Oil Pipeline.
By Kevin Knox In all the years I have followed American politics I have experienced many events that can only be accurately described as “aneurysm-inducing.” Ever since the 2016 presidential […]
When I first heard that Hillary Clinton was writing a memoir about the 2016 elections, my initial response was “For God’s sake, why?”
When we extend tolerance to those who are openly intolerant, the tolerant ones end up being destroyed and tolerance with them.”
Who created Batman? If you were to look at the credits in the old comics or in the movies, you’d tell me it was Bob Kane. But you would be wrong.
Back in February, President Donald Trump gave a horrifying, yet somewhat professional sounding speech to Congress. Upon hearing his slightly more “presidential” tone, pundits across America promptly rejoiced that he had finally “become president.”
“He became President of the United States in that moment, period.”
That was CNN’s Van Jones of reaction to President Donald Trump’s speech to Congress on Feb. 28, a sentiment echoed by many of his colleagues on CNN and much of the US media.
America has never needed the Democrats more than they do right now.