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Survey finds 48% of Americans favor Trump’s impeachment

Impeachment is not the only way to remove the president from his office
The impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump, proposed by Texas Rep. Al Green, has slim chances of prospering in Congress because the House and Senate are controlled by Republicans. However, if...
19 May 2017 -
V. Hernandez

The U.S. Census director has resigned

His resignation comes during turmoil over funding for the census in 2020.
The Commerce Department announced a few days ago that the Director of the United States Census Bureau is resigning. He will leave his post on June 30, prior to his term ending in December, which will...
12 May 2017 -
G. Sousa

The omnibus spending bill that kicked Trump's agenda to the curb

President Trump has been putting a spin on his failures to make it look as if he won, never accepting defeat; there was more of that this week.
With President Trump taking credit for the House passing their health care bill on Thursday, he's continued his pattern of false claims that they were able to get a bill passed that would provide...
6 May 2017 -
J. Mark
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  • What's really driving GOP push for 'health reform'?

    Obamacare repeal proponents likely want to eliminate guaranteed hospital care.
    Republican leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives say they have the votes to pass a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, former President Barack Obama's signature legislative...
    4 May 2017
    N. Salant
  • Comey's fate was sealed when he testified to Congress

    The President decided that he had had enough and pulled the trigger on the FBI director
    As shock waves rippled throughout Washington on Tuesday and Wednesday, the firing of #James Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Intelligence, was the topic on hand. The White House gave a...
    11 May 2017
    E. Vulet
  • House Republican passing of AHCA are first signs of congressional 'Trumpism'

    It matters not that the House bill is useless, leaving the Senate to do the heavy lifting. What matters is that it's 'Trumpism' in government.
    It would appear that President Donald Trump might have solved the problem he and Republicans had in their initial attempt to "repeal" the ACA, with the problem being the President himself. As Blasting...
    6 May 2017
    J. Mark
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