Idaho State Senator Dan Foreman apparently needs a remedial course in constituent relations, if the following outburst is any indication: This is how Senator Dan Foreman, Idaho District 5, treats his constituents. We drove 7 hours to meet with him Continue reading Idaho State Senator Shows How Not to Do Constituent Relations
If you are among the millions of Americans who make use of Facebook, you probably have seen at least a little political content in your newsfeed. This is why the Mueller investigation into Russian propaganda about our political process is Continue reading Facebook Doesn’t Know Jack About Politics
The Congressional District map has been re-drawn in Pennsylvania, and the Supreme Court followed through on its threat to do it for the legislature and governor if they failed to do it. As maps go, the new one does appear Continue reading Congressional District Chaos in Pennsylvania
Presidential pardons for everyone! At least that is what the GOP seems to be wanting over the Russian probe. But, is that a good idea? Politico arguably made the case for Trump to give out pardons – even preemptive blanket Continue reading Presidential Pardons and Political Expediency
Last week, in Parkland, Fla. there was another mass shooting at a high school, which has caused a firestorm of debates about gun control. Unlike some other cases in the past, this shooting has illustrated a severe breakdown in just Continue reading Parkland and a Logical Approach to School Shootings
University administrators are revolting against Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, because she dared to suggest that our institutions of higher learning should’t be getting into the business of law. Title IX has lead to what many have called “kangaroo courts” Continue reading Why College Campuses Don’t Need Title IX
As a general rule deregulation is a good thing for business, and the public. Director of the Office of Business and Management Mick Mulvaney has found the exception to that rule, while working as the interim director of the Consumer Continue reading When Deregulation Can Be Bad
Vice President Mike Pence is in South Korea for the Olympics, but he has been using the games as an opportunity to repeat the foreign policy positions that the U.S. holds on North Korea. That includes words and actions, since Continue reading Is Mike Pence Helping or Hurting Relations During the Olympics?
The left-leaning media is having a field day thanks to former White House aide, Rob Porter. Partisan politicking aside, Porter honestly is a typical example of the kind of people who are currently in power in this country, and voters Continue reading Why Rob Porter Is a Symbol of the Trump Administration
While White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is under scrutiny for several issues, one public statement might not have deserved the firestorm it received from the media. CNN reported Tuesday: “There are 690,000 official DACA registrants and the President Continue reading Did the Media Misunderstand Chief of Staff John Kelly?