Having two presidents sounds like a terrible sitcom idea. In reality, the situation is just plain terrible.
Bernie Sanders is likely to run for the Democratic nomination, but it won’t be like 2016.
Don’t expect the Congress (i.e., the Senate) to pull us out of this shutdown mess.
Border states/districts are not as pro-wall as presidential rhetoric might make you think.
The firing of Comey raised serious concerns in the Bureau.
Terrorists aren’t walking across the desert to get here. Flying is so much easier.
It is sincerely disturbing that the POTUS has this level of understanding of history and foreign policy.
The latest entry in the unity third party presidential candidate genre is just as bad as they always are.
An argument against “bothersiderism” in this case and, yet again, noting the problem with single seat districts.
On the way out the door, Scott Walker signed a bill to take powers away from his successor (and demonstrated a lack of understanding of Venn diagrams).
Current attempts to take power away from the state executive branch illustrates a lot of what I have been writing about for years.
It isn’t about foreign policy, it is about self-serving manipulation of the public.
Yes, there can be real problems with election activities, but that does not excuse POTUS’ lies about fraud.