Tag: Presidential election

Hey Liberals, Your Protests Against Trump Aren’t Working: Here’s Why

When historians look back on the presidential election of 2016, they’ll surely describe this season as one of anger. It’s understandable for people to...

How The Presidential Election Will Decide Judicial Outcome

“Presidents come and go, but the Supreme Court goes on forever” quipped William H. Taft, America’s 27th president. Until it doesn’t. The unexpected death of...

An All-Woman Ticket? Hillary Needs Elizabeth Warren’s Cred, But Warren Doesn’t...

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) isn’t afraid of much, especially a bully like Donald Trump, and she’s no stranger to Washington politics. This has led...

Must Coal Die? What Presidential Candidates Have To Say

Coal mining dates back thousands of years, and coal continues to be utilized for power generation. More recently, numerous environmental groups have raised concerns...

The Iowa Caucus Doesn’t Matter and Here’s Why

Traditionally, the Iowa caucus has played a role in the presidential election cycle because it’s the first state to show its support for specific...
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