Forty-three percent of Americans think socialism would be a good thing for the United States, while 51 percent think it would be a bad thing, a Gallup poll found.
Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) became the first Republican to call for President Trump’s impeachment.
Some may note about our country’s left-right divide that if our nation were a marriage, there’d have been a divorce long ago. And this is precisely the idea in certain states where large urban areas dominate politically, such as New York and Washington — and Illinois, where a movement has been brewing to kick Chicago out of the state.
To close the bogus “gender pay gap,” Senator Kamala Harris wants the federal government to police every company’s wage and promotion decisions and to fine companies that allegedly pay women and men unequally.
Biden leads among the Democrats in national polls, but as an Iowa poll demonstrates, American presidential elections are run on a federal basis, both in the selection of party nominees, and in the general election.
Many millennials are succumbing to the enticements of the Left, promising to relieve them of their burdens by shifting them onto someone else.
None of Biden's baggage seems to be hindering his running away from the pack of Democrats seeking their party's nomination.
Fueled by a housing crisis, homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area is on the rise. And the liberal policies meant to combat the problem are only exacerbating it.
Democrat front-runner Joe Biden is facing accusations of being “middle-of-the-road” on climate policy. Given his gaffes and scandal-prone history, it’s a distraction the former vice-president can’t afford.