Many American union workers who voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election are increasingly beginning to regret their decision—and realize that Trump has been firmly on the side of the rich all along.
Trump voters should attempt to view reality instead of believing the fallacies that the Right Wing machine is pushing day in and day out.
Robert Reich contrasts perfectly what Trump is all about and in fact, he represents his party well irrespective of his populist facade.
The evidence is in: The biggest beneficiaries of the Trump-Republican tax plan are shareholders. Once again the wealthy shareholder wins.
Evangelical Christians feel as if they have a new access to power. They have traded Christianity and Morality to get some Trump reward.
That Senator Orrin Hatch and other Republicans don’t seem to recognize that Donald Trump is a clear and present danger is itself frightening.
President Donald Trump’s rally in Missouri was a set-piece of distortion about taxes and the economy” that “compounded his growing legacy of false tales.
There are two kinds of liars – fools and knaves. Fools lie because they don’t know the truth. Knaves lie because they intend to mislead.
Women have tended to make the greatest strides toward political, social, and economic equality during times of turmoil and unrest.
The old Democratic and Republican parties are exploding. When you take a closer look, America actually has six political parties right now.