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2020 Democratic Presidential Contenders at 9 and Counting

2020 Democratic Presidential Contenders at 9 and Counting

It is only February 2019 and the Democratic party already has nine contenders for the 2020 presidential nomination. There are an additional 13 on the list; one all but certain, three likely, and nine who might run, according to The New York Times. Those who have announced they are definitely running are Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Julián Castro, John […]

White Male Entitlement in the Supreme Court Hearing Reveals Its Ugliness

White Male Entitlement in the Supreme Court Hearing Reveals Its Ugliness

The fact is America is dominated by white males and when their entitlement is challenged their ugliness is revealed. GOP men are panicked, they believe, #MeToo movement’s agenda, among other issues, is going to topple their superiority. Perhaps they have reason to be fearful but not for the reasons they believe. These men manufacture conspiracy theories […]

President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump Tweets There Is No Collusion and Claims It Is Not a Crime

President Trump’s Twitter feed is filled with untruths and contradictions. On the last day of July 2018, 20 months into his unique presidency, he added a post that has people asking what does that even mean? In his tweet, he dragged out current and old-ish gripes, then continued to spew anger against Democrats. If there was […]

Oprah Winfrey and Donald Trump Are Two Peas in a Pod

Oprah Winfrey and Donald Trump Are Two Peas in a Pod

Since the Golden Globes Awards, everyone seems to be talking about encouraging Oprah Winfrey to run for president in 2019. Americans need to consider that she and President Donald Trump are two peas in a pod. Forget the fact that one is black and the other is white. Both are self-focused billionaires with only one […]

Alabama Elects First Democrat Senator in 25 Years

Alabama Elects First Democrat Senator in 25 Years

On election day, December 12, 2017, Alabamans voted in the state’s first Democrat senator since 1992. In what is being heralded as a stunning victory, Gordon Douglas (Doug) Jones managed to keep Roy Moore from joining Congress. Jones won by 20,936 votes — 673,236 to 652,300, according to NBC News. Jones will take the seat […]

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