When it is obvious that the Republicans aren’t governing in good faith, why are the Democrats taking the time to negotiate with them?
The Week’s Best Cartoons 5/1
A roundup of my favorite editorial cartoons from the past week.
Inauguration Day!! Fun Things To Know About This Anticipated Day
Fun facts and information you’ll want to know to fully enjoy Biden and Harris’ inauguration today.
Today’s Joint Session of Congress Explained, Plus the Georgia Elections
Today’s joint session of Congress is about counting the state-certified Electoral votes, even though the GOP aims to make it more than that. You can expect chaos, but Joe Biden will still be President on Januaray 20.
Election 2020: A Reason To Be Cautious
Here are 3 signs that Joe Biden is doing really well in this campaign, and 3 warnings signs we simply cannot ignore.
Let’s Make Sure Joe Biden Wins in November
Declaring a winner for that first presidential debate is rather pointless. Besides, I’m far more interested and invested in making sure Biden is the winner in November.
What You Need To Know About Tonight’s Presidential Debate
All the details you need to watch the first presidential debate of 2020.
How Biden’s Pick of VP Exposed How Useless the Republican Party Is
If last week made one thing clear, it’s just how lazy and pointless the Republican party is. As we all waited for Joe Biden to announce who he was choosing to run with on the ticket as Vice President, I… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/15
This week, the two biggest news stories were the Trump administration’s tampering with the Post Office, and Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris to be his running mate. Here’s how the editorial cartoonists covered those stories, and more. Trump Throttles the… Read More ›
Biden and Obama Team Up For a Virtual Event for Supporters
Here’s a great chance for each of us to help make sure former Vice President Joe Biden beats Trump this November AND see President Obama in action again. Last night, Biden’s campaign announced a special event where he and President… Read More ›
Does Biden’s Choice for Vice President Matter?
So a funny thing happened when I set out to write this post. I thought I was going to write about how the conventional wisdom of how choosing a vice president affects electoral strategy is wrong, but ended up learning… Read More ›
Leadership: A Study in Contrasts
Our kingdom to have a leader in the midst of this crisis. Yesterday, the two remaining Democratic candidates for president spoke about the coronavirus pandemic and what our government should be doing to protect Americans. Both of them would be… Read More ›
Did You Spot Last Week’s Disinformation?
I’m assuming that all of you reading this are fully aware that Americans were blasted with a ton of disinformation during the 2016 election, and that a lot of it originated in Russia. Well, I’m sorry to tell you that… Read More ›
Joe Biden: The 7 Issues Guide
The Democrats have a big field of candidates running for President in 2020. Each of them brings their own unique strengths to the table in a bid to take our country in a very different direction than the one we’re… Read More ›