Is there a reason for the Electoral College? California. The Electoral College was specifically set up to prevent large states from being the only states to elect a president
Donald Trump saw what was buried in the heart and spirit of these young minority voters and simply asked them “What do you have to lose?”
Some tech stocks like Apple (AAPL) finally get a bid. U.S. dollar hits 14-year high vs. basket of currencies. Incorrigibles continue to trash Trump victory.
Clinton voters and anti-Trump protestors have a beef with white voters, the Electoral College, and the Constitution. So much anger, so little cause.
It is unclear when the protests will end, but there is no doubt that Millennials will continue sending their messaging to America in a variety of ways for many years to come.
From last Thursday and extending over the weekend, in downtown Portland, Oregon, chaos erupted as ostensibly peaceable demonstrations against the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States turned ugly.
With the selection of Stephen Bannon for his White House team, Trump served notice that his style will be pugilistic, not accommodating. He's no Mitt Romney.
Post Trump's election, most people seem to be going about their business as usual, perhaps a little more hopeful or a little more fearful, but keeping their wits about them.
Trump will be surrounded by newly bipartisan former enemies, all ready to do deals, all of them making sharks look like gold fish. He'd better count his limbs.
We know some choices, but as for the rest of the cabinet, it is very important for liberals to understand some basics about Trump’s choices.
The press is full of dire warnings; The Huffington Post engaged a psychologist to write a column to help people cope with the outcome.
Mr. Trump's closest administration positions have been filled and his upper echelon is beginning to form
From permanently discredited media hacks to violent Soros-supported thugs, leftists and globalists launch all-out war against victorious Trump, Deplorables.
New York Times publisher "Punch" Sulzberger told readers, “... we aim to rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of the Times journalism.” Really?
The talk of impeachment reached a fevered pitch this weekend, with an online petition calling for impeachment of Donald Trump gaining signors at a galloping pace, and Professor Allan Lichtman - who predicted the Trump victory - saying he believes Trump will face impeachment shortly after taking office.
Tuesday’s electoral map, as red as a matador’s cape, is a trigger warning to these frightened pushovers.
The uniquely American form of democracy may have flaws, but it is an amazing system that provides for both the rights of the individual and the greater good. Protecting this democracy is worth the work it requires.
Trump wants to give America a pair of reinforced, double woven tighty whities.
Several groups took to the streets to express concerns about the policies of president-elect Trump.
Today begins the “peaceful transference of power” that has defined our democracy for the last 200 years as President Obama and President elect Trump meet for the first time.