Trump appears to be getting more extreme, not less.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz will step down after the DNC.
“George Orwell warned us that the war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Americans need to aggressively question their politicians and the media, ignore empty slogans, challenge warmongering propaganda, and swiftly reject disinformation from the corporate media.”
“If recent history has taught us anything, it's that the wounds of Fallujah, and those of Iraq’s Sunni in general, must be treated in short order or the conflict will simmer to explosion once again.”
Is Cruz the moral hero, defender of his family honor, plus brilliant electoral tactician primed to pick up the GOP fragments after Trump is squashed? Or a foolhardy buffoon hoisted on his own smug righteousness? For months, Cruz’ unfavorables seriously lagged Trump’s and Hillary’s, curious after his self-soiling, miserable failures against a master of mud-slinging and calumny. Not anymore.
Virginia Governor restores the voting rights of thousands of ex-offenders so they can vote come November.
Be prepared. You have to understand Trump to stand calmly up to him and those running with him all over the country.
The conviction and sentencing of ivory kingpin sends a message to poachers and traffickers harming animals, humans and the environment.
From creating talking points for the Clinton campaign, to helping create attack strategies against Sanders' campaign, new emails show the DNC's extreme bias from the very beginning.
The triumph of Trump has demonstrated the cost of the devil’s bargain that party elites — and the media — have accepted over the years.