The day that Donald Trump installed Stephen Miller as Senior Advisor for Policy in his administration, we should have been prepared for impeachment.
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The issue of whether or not one can willingly choose to believe something (or willingly choose not to) is a discussion-worthy topic in its own right.
Ranked-choice voting has been in the news a lot lately. But, what is it? How does it work? And, is it more democratic than the single-vote method we’re used to?
Baghdadi’s end in a hideout in a corner of the broken state he helped break prompts questions of where to now for ISIS and the forever war on terror.
Resetting American values will improve the country’s treatment of migrants such that America would once again become the safe haven it has been.
Following the passage of a 2015 law, the FBI has secretly collected the personal data from hundreds of customers of banks, credit agencies, cellphone carriers and also universities.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces mounting difficulties at home and abroad. Zimbabwe is open for business rhetoric is nothing more than a public relations gimmick.
I think people are now apathetic about the success of American companies unless you are employed by them or you have money in the market. Most of the gains made by modern efficiency has gone to the top.
Michael Berkman and Michael Nelson discuss the constitutional framework for impeachment and what the Framers had in mind when they set it up. They also discuss how impeachment is a unique cooperation between the three branches.
Members of the Florida clan of the Trump political dynasty insist Amendment 4 backers lied to get voters to approve restoring voting rights for many former felons who complete the terms of their sentences.