Why Does the Right Ignore the Rulings about 2020 Election Fraud 'Evidence?'
A rebuttal to the latest right-wing claims that ignore basic facts pertaining to the judiciary.
Melania Trump: 7 Times When the "Classy" First Lady Was Anything But
Long before she became First Lady, Melania Trump was dubbed "classy" by her supporters. During her time in Washington D.C., though, many believed she fell far below that standard. From birtherism to auctioning off items from her time at the White House, some found her to be tacky rather than classy.
Ulysses S. Grant: 18th President of the United State of America
Ulysses S. Grant served as the eighteenth president of the United States; he was the second president to serve as a Republican. His presidency well served the nation during its transition from war to peace, as he dealt with the KKK and its terrorist acts against black citizens.
WWFTD—What Would Franklin and Teddy Do? Leadership for the 21st Century
The last three presidents of the US have not done much to unite the country.
Mamie Eisenhower: First Lady of the United States
Mamie Eisenhower was the wife of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the 34th president of the United States. During her eight years as First Lady she was very popular with the public and known as a wonderful hostess for White House functions.
When Your Own World Views Prevent You From Living in Actual Reality
A Trump supporter lays out her case for the 'Big Lie.' A response to the idiocy.
Martha Washington Defined the Role of First Lady of the United States
Martha Washington, the wife of the first president of the United States, George Washington, established many of the customs that were followed by First Ladies for generations in the White House. Starting from scratch, she defined the role of First Lady.
Kamala Harris, With Three Luxury Houses, Has a New Address
Kamala Harris has three luxury residences, but as of January 20, 2021, she has a different address.
How the Greatest American Presidency Came to an End
We all—each and every American—owe a debt of gratitude to the greatest President in our history, and we should also be grateful for how his presidency came to an end.
Dr. Anthony Fauci: Interesting Things About the Immunologist
Since the spread of COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci has become a household name. Most people know something about the nation's top infectious disease expert, but there are plenty of interesting things most people don't know about him.
Brothers: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and CNN Journalist Chris Cuomo
Andrew Cuomo follows in the footsteps of his late father Mario Cuomo, the 52nd Governor of New York. Brother Chris Cuomo is a CNN journalist.
Sanders Is One of Few Who Fought for Lost Right to Jury Trial
Bernie Sanders is being painted as a dangerous socialist, but ironically, he is one of the few US senators who strongly opposed the current law to allow the military to detain US citizens indefinitely, without charge or trial, if the executive branch claims they are "associated" with terrorism.
Franklin Pierce: 14th President of the United States
Franklin Pierce, the 14th president of the United States, was ill-prepared to lead a nation on the verge of civil war. His support of the Kansas-Nebraska Bill brought bloody turmoil to Kansas and opened the door to slavery in the West.
Millard Fillmore: 13th President of the United States
Vice President Millard Fillmore became president upon the sudden death of President Zachary Taylor in 1850. Fillmore inherited the heated debate over the spread of slavery, which culminated in a series of laws known as the Compromise of 1850.
The Impeachment of President Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson was sworn in as president of the United States after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Johnson quickly made many enemies in Congress and became the first president to face an impeachment trial in the Senate.
What Does Trump's Biographer Think of Him?
This is another discussion of Donald Trump's mental state. Many such articles are based on thoughts by health care professionals; this one contains the insights of Tony Schwartz, the author of Trump's "The Art of the Deal."
Is Donald J. Trump a Dangerous Narcissist?
We are all narcissists to one degree or another. Those on the lower or upper end of the scale can potentially have serious social issues. Donald Trump is, by all accounts, on the very high end of the narcissism scale—and America is paying the price.
The Trumps: Generations of Lies and Revisionist History
The Trumps have long been in the limelight. It wasn't until Donald J. Trump ran for the presidency that the lies and revisionist history came to light, revealing the instability of a family that caused the death of a son, sent one into the background, and highlighted the other's life as greatness.
The Trump Family Has Been Lying for Generations
The Trumps have long been in the limelight. It wasn't until Donald J. Trump ran for the presidency that the lies and revisionist history came to light. The family's instability and lies sent one into the background and highlighted the life of the other as greatness.
Funny Quotes by U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents
Even our leaders in the oval office joke around, misspeak, utter faux pas, and don't have their facts straight. It's best to laugh about them.
John Quincy Adams Biography: Sixth President of the United States
John Quincy Adams was diplomat, secretary of state, and sixth president of the United States during the early nineteenth century. Though his term as president was undistinguished, his service as a diplomat and congressman were exceptional.
Louisa Catherine Adams: First Lady of the United States
Melania Trump and Louisa Catherine Adams are the only two first ladies of the United States born outside the country. Louisa was the wife of President John Quincy Adams; her many talents included her ability to socialize in the highest circles, as well as being the woman behind the man.
Powerful Pelosi Is a Force to Be Reckoned With
Nancy Pelosi is a powerful woman among Democrats and in politics as a whole. Trump gave her the nickname "Nervous Nancy" because he feels threatened by her, and he very well should be. "Powerful Pelosi" seems a much better fit for this woman of many accolades.
John Adams: Founding Father and Second President of the United States
John Adams was a one of the founding fathers of America—an important leader who helped the colonies gain freedom from Great Britain. In the new republic, he served as a diplomat to European nations, the first vice president, and the second president of the United States from 1797 to 1801.
Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Former Democrat Turned Republican
Former Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell’s 1992 essay, "Reflections on the Quincentenary" gives a useful glimpse of the history of the native and European clash of cultures. He does not put a happy face on the situation, but neither does he try to make it worse than it was.
The Deplorable History of Trump's Treatment of Individuals With Disabilities
Donald Trump claimed that he gave financial assistance to organizations serving those with disabilities, but how does he really view disabled people?
Who Are the 6 Members of the U.S. Congress Not Allowed to Vote?
There are 441 members of the United States House of Representatives. Why are only 435 allowed to vote? Who are the congressmen that are barred from voting?
Unitarian Presidents: The Architects of American Democracy
The values of Unitarianism were crucial in shaping the United States of America in her early years. The first six presidents (and many of the other founding fathers), were Unitarians or Deists.
Donald J. Trump: Unbridled and Extreme Hedonist
Many psychiatrists feel they have a "duty to warn" when their training/experience leads them to conclude that someone is a danger to the community. If they have a patient they feel that way about, that "duty" becomes a legal obligation. They feel they have a duty to warn America about Donald Trump.
President Trump Might Need a Different Hobby Than Twitter
Social media should be a part of a leader's routine every so often. But Trump makes regular use of Twitter, and it begs the question: doesn't he have anything better to do?
The Right to Refuse Service: Is It the Right Thing to Do?
Business owners have the right to refuse service. Whether or not such refusal is in the business's best interest is another question. This article takes a look at what is right in the interest of humanity, dignity, and compassion.
Democracy Under Attack as Florida Election Chief Destroys Paper Ballots in Congressional Race
The negligent handling of paper ballots in Florida's 2106 election could call into question the legitimacy of the entire US Congress.
Donald Trump’s Strangely Sexual Relationship With His Daughter Ivanka
Since Ivanka Trump was a young girl, Donald Trump has made a series of jokes and sleazy comments about her. He has treated her more like a girlfriend than a daughter. We don't know if this behavior goes any further.
Donald Trump, 45th President: A Controversial Leader
Trump is one of the most controversial presidents ever elected. He has a long list of accomplishments, including being an author, a business owner, and a father.
Barack Obama: 44th President and Nobel Prize Winner
Barack Obama, the 44th United States President, was the first non-white man to become President.
What Is a Libertarian? A Look at the Libertarian Party
Are you sick of the two-party duopoly? Explore the Libertarian Party.
George W. Bush, 43rd President: The Best and Worst President
George W. Bush, the 43rd United States President, was well known for the "No Child Left Behind" educational program and was also the son of the 41st President.