Donald Trump officially removed the US from the United Nation’s Human Rights Council on Tuesday, a partial response to the Council’s views on border separations and in response to the Council blasting into the US on negotiations with North Korea. … Continue reading Trump Is Returning The GOP To It’s Roots On Foreign Policy
It’s cliche to say but remains an indelible truism in American politics elections are decided by who turns out. We often hear in midterms how both parties focus on their bases while the ever crucial Independent and moderate vote waits … Continue reading Democrats Really Need Women To Turn Out In November
As the dust from the California primary settles and the hot-takes from the results flow in (see mine here) the general consensus is that while things are looking up for Republicans the battle for the House remains an uphill slog. … Continue reading The Battle For The House Is Now A Toss-Up
A lot will of diverse storylines will be written about Tuesday. Some will say the night was a boon for women (true), Democrats in general (meh) and bad for Republicans (ahaha). But, the truth of the matter is, the night … Continue reading What To Make Of Tuesday?
Pope St. Pius X was born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto on June 2,1835 in Riese, Treviso, Lombardy-Venetia in what was then Austria but is now in present day Italy. He was the second of ten children to Giovanni Battista Sarto and Margarita Sanson. He was … Continue reading Pope St. Pius X: An Orthodox Pope Against Modernism
Yes, Democrats continue to score wins down-ballot and trumpet these victories as signs of a wave but recent events have not been kind to the out of power party. Donald Trump’s approval has averaged around 43 percent for a week … Continue reading Things Are Looking Up For Republicans
Tuesday was a a good night for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and establishment Republicans. It was also a good night for the future leader of the House GOP and establishment Republicans in general. In West Virginia, coal magnate and … Continue reading Republicans Breathe Sigh of Relief After Tuesday