In the first Democratic Party primary debate this Thursday, candidates will attack frontrunner Joe Biden. But they will most likely not attack him for his history of lying.
Senator Bernie Sanders is pushing his free college plan further with a proposal to forgive $1.6 trillion in student debt for 45 million Americans.
A complaint filed by a competitor for a defense contract is raising questions about Amazon's relationship with the Pentagon.
VIDEO - Gearing up for the Presidential election in 2020, several polls are listing how certain candidates would fair against current President, Donald Trump. Author Bob Adelman points out not to invest much stock, if any, in these polls, citing how favorable the overwhelming majority were for Hillary Clinton to defeat Donald Trump in 2016, all the way up until election day.
If several experienced political seers are correct, President Donald Trump will continue to serve the country as president through 2024.
When a black writer for the online magazine Quillette told a House subcommittee yesterday that blacks did not deserve reparations for slavery, his audience booed him.
Ocasio-Cortez’s charge, “This administration has established concentration camps on the southern border of the United States for immigrants, where they are being brutalized with dehumanizing conditions,” is not hyperbole — it is libelous.
He may preside over what one commentator has called “our first Third World state,” but that hasn’t stopped Governor Gavin Newsom from reveling is his own prediction that the whole country will become like his California. This isn’t surprising, though. The powermongers among us would, after all, rather reign in Hell than serve in Heaven.