The leaders of both political parties for the 2024 presidential race give voters on both sides a lot to worry about.
One could decide when he will go to trial in the case involving attempts to overthrow democracy and the other should determine if the feds or state will handle another.
For the most part, they remained lemmings when it came to the disgraced former president facing 91 felonies, including seditious charges that are considered treason by most Americans.
Differing opinions, hypocrisy and outright lies about where candidates stand on the question of abortion.
His misuse of the “bully pulpit” shows what happens when the bully takes over while restraint and common sense take a hike.
New polls show the 91 felony charges Trump now faces are costing him what was considered solid support among Republicans and also show 64% of the general election voters now oppose him.
Experts say inflation is leveling off, those paying higher prices don’t agree and they need someone to blame.
With another threatened government shutdown approaching, can the partisan divides of Congress come up with a solution during the recess in August?
America is a nation split along party lines and political biases. Too many are unwilling to face the truth.
The indictments showcase a criminal enterprise cntrolled by a disgraced, defeated president determined to undermine democracy in America.