President Donald Trump has asked the former economic advisor to his campaign, economist and writer Stephen Moore — a Fed critic — if he would accept a nomination to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.
If the economy stays strong, The Donald will spend another four years in the White House, according to several political prognosticators.
Should we lean on the wisdom of the Founding Fathers, or that of “Beto” O’Rourke and Elizabeth Warren?
Andrew Yang, a successful entrepreneur seeking the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, has some novel proposals, such as giving every American $1,000 a month.
Senator Cory Booker criticized fellow Senator Kamala Harris’ flippant admission of smoking marijuana.
Beto O’Rourke, perhaps the first presidential candidate to fantasize about murdering children and remain a serious contender for the White House, had a little help in his Senate race against incumbent Republican Ted Cruz.
She may not expect wisdom from the mouths of babes, but she sure expects Democrat votes. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said on Thursday that, though she doesn’t speak for her caucus, she personally supports lowering the voting age to 16.
Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke isn’t just a contender with a thin record and a thinner résumé. Nor is he just a man with criminal past, including arrests for drunk driving and burglary. In his salad days, he was an odd bird who wrote some disturbing things when he belonged to a group of computer hackers.