In the span of less than a month the modern GOP essentially regained control of the White House. It began with the appointment of Mike Kelly to the White House. Soon after, Kelly probably began agitating for the ouster of … Continue reading When Conventionalism Pushes Back
This week, Donald Trump spoke that the United States is not at war with Islam, but Radical Islam. As the attack yesterday in Manchester shows, this is an ideology of violence and destruction. But, a majority of Muslims do not … Continue reading Donald Trump Is Right: We Are Not At War With Islam But Radical Islam
Yesterday, the House GOP passed the AHCA, their long awaited repeal and replacement piece of healthcare legislation. Ever since the original bill was pulled on the 25th of March, House GOP leadership and the White House have been working on … Continue reading Why I Oppose The Housed Passed AHCA
In two weeks, French voters will once again go to the polls to elect a new President. But before they do, their prior decisions yesterday have been called “earth shattering” by some and the end of an “era” in French … Continue reading Interpreting The French Election
My colleague here at AW, Joshua Johnson, writes an interesting piece about the latest developments in Syria. Specifically, as it relates to the April 4th chemical weapons attack in the province of Idlib in the town of Khan Shaykhun. My … Continue reading Syria Is Not Black And White
It is a foregone conclusion Neil Gorusch will pass out of the Senate Judiciary Committee with flying colors. Few, if any Democrats will vote yes while all Republicans will. Democrats know in a battle on the Senate floor they could … Continue reading Are Democrats Really Ready To Go All In On Gorusch?
Last week, Republicans in the Virginia House of Delegates floated a bill to change the state from a winner take all state in the Electoral College to one that doles out votes by Congressional district (similar to Nebraska’s). The idea … Continue reading Republicans Should Be Careful About Changing The Electoral College