A book about an alleged prophecy describing Donald Trump’s win as U.S. president is being produced as a movie
Republicans articles on Democracy Chronicles
Founded by anti-slavery activists, there have been 18 presidents who were Republicans in U.S. history, the first being Abraham Lincoln. Today the party is considered a conservative party. Also see our articles on the Democrats, the conservative leaning Tea Party, and our Third Party Central section.
My greatest fear is that we have not resolved the very issues that led to Trump’s election. We have spent the greater part of the last two years yelling into a cyber hole and creating more divisions.
A government policy encouraged placement of Native American children in non-Native foster families
Being a rich greedy subversive traitor does not make you a great man, it doesn’t matter if you make the stock market go up while you are destroying people’s lives. What a legacy, he was known for being a rich A—hole.
The South isn’t as backwards as one assumes. There are millennials with a passion for social justice, black women who are working corporate jobs, and white blue collars in rural Alabama working in factories.
The accusations by entrenched Republican elites in Maine does not change these facts. Republican leaders, sadly and apparently afraid of actually needing to convince the majority of Mainers to support their candidates and policies, have decided to now oppose RCV.
Embassy move is seen by Palestinians as an in-your-face affirmation of pro-Israel bias by President Donald Trump
As a swing voter, who has proudly voted for and supported Republicans in the past, I can’t fathom supporting a party that continues to remove itself from ‘We the People’, to be only for “a few of the people, the whitest and wealthiest.”
Seventy-five women are running for office in the Indiana state legislature, double the number that did in 2014
The point is that it is not the political figureheads who determine the system in the United States or anywhere else but an unwritten agreement between economic, political and media interests; a culture maintained by an establishment.