With Democrats now in control of congress, the senate and the White House, there are again calls for Washington DC to become a state. There are, of course, few arguments against DC statehood. Republicans, though, know that the state would be deeply blue, hurting their chances for control.
Donald Trump has tried his hand at a number of different businesses. There was Trump University which was sued for defrauding the students who enrolled. There were also failed ventures like Trump Wine, Trump Water and Trump Steaks.
On January 6th, an insurrection occurred at the US Capitol. Thankfully, many of the terrorists were unarmed. They had to make due using flags, mace or other objects as weapons.
But there is a fear that there are many terrorist style attacks to come. That fear was strengthened on Wednesday when an armed man was arrested outside the residence on Vice President Kamala Harris.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election by the thinnest of margins. The places that put him over the top, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida were closely contested states where his campaign spent an awful lot of money to put himself over the top.
Democratic Senators sent a letter to the Rules Committee requesting that contractors who do business with the Senate pay a living wage.
Jeb Bush is marketing himself as a different kind of conservative, but his ideas support the same GOP policies that have failed before.
Voters in Washington overwhelmingly passed an initiative that would expand the state's background check laws. Initiative 594 calls for background checks to be performed on all gun purchases in the state, not just those through licensed dealers.
Don't tell me that some little part of you would not just like to say to Texas, or to another Southern state of your choice, 'Fine. Go. We admit it. 1861 was a mistake and we are undoing it now.'
Pepco spent years ignoring aging equipment and tree-trimming and focused instead of increasing profits leaving a million people to suffer in record heat
Who will Romney pick as his running mate? He seemed to warm up to budget nut Wisconsin Representative, Paul Ryan while in Wisconsin. Sincere or just a ploy to get Ryan's local support?