In the face of threats from his own party, Mitt Romney was willing to stand up for what he believed in. I, for one, am thankful that he did. This article is addressed directly to Romney himself as a personal “thank you.”
Despite the seemingly unanimous agreement of the dangers of President Trump, Democratic voters are still more willing to accept a second Trump term than support a Democrat outside of their favorite candidate. The growing obsession with candidates is a dangerous sign suggesting a deeper issue within our democratic system.
After 9 days of trial proceedings, Republicans are desperate to acquit the president and put the trial behind them. While they tried at first to mask their intentions, Republican Senators are now being more open and honest about how they really feel: that the president should be above the law.
The House of Representatives has finally drafted articles of impeachment. So where do we go from here? And who has the most to lose from this? We take a dive into the swirling cesspool that is Washington to find out.
Motorola’s newest phone bends the screen to break the status quo, while smartphone sizes continue to grow. The new Razr phone is a blast from the past, mixed with all the inklings of technological revolution.
Players are indulging with nostalgia and new, modern twists as Pokemon releases their newest game.
The 2020 US Presidential candidates may be high quantity but are any of them high quality?
The Democrats are muddying the waters by having multiple candidates with low favorability rather than building up a lower number of stronger choices.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’ impact on the Democratic Party is something that should live on, but he cannot be the one to continue it.