CNN, the New York Times, Politico, and the Washington Post seem determined to ignore Biden's triumphs and compare his foibles to Trump's disasters. And it could doom our democracy.
When we are living in a time when accepting and refuting facts have become a polarizing issue, is there a way to engage in meaningful dialogue with those across the aisle?
There’s a long history of Presidential campaigns manufacturing an event timed to influence the outcome of the election. Undoubtedly, Team Trump is working on a host of dirty tricks to retain power.
Centrist Dems like Joe Biden eagerly believe the GOP are in a Trump-induced fugue state that will dissipate as soon as No. 45 leaves office. Good luck with that.
With the Mueller report finally finished, all eyes are on Democrats to make their next move.
The occupant in the Oval Office claims he’s going after gangs kidnapping women and children and selling them into sexual slavery. The irony.
Frustrated Americans are looking to a porn actress and a lawyer to save us from the tyranny of Trump. But history tells us we need to be our own heroes.
Journalists are missing the bigger picture of what is going on at the White House: It isn't chaos. It's consolidation.
The president has agreed to attend a media-sponsored event and suddenly news outlets are gushing that it's a possible truce. Now, when has Trump ever been kind to the press?
We are not witnessing a hysterical political game but an international corruption ring with a clear ally in the Oval Office.