Kevin McCarthy is unfit to govern.
Trump is a danger to this country and after the events on Wednesday at the Capitol, he must be removed immediately. Here’s what each of us needs to do.
Did the most recent coronavirus stimulus bill do anything to protect our election in November? Leading up to the passage of this legislation, there was a growing cry for Americans to be able to vote by mail, to ensure that… Read More ›
In a word, yes. Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted on the two articles of impeachment against President Trump. They both passed, and now Trump is the third president in our nation’s history to have been impeached. Here are the… Read More ›
The House of Representatives has been very busy lately. No, not just with impeachment but with getting important legislation passed. Despite Mitch McConnell’s persistent lies to the contrary, the House has been churning out and voting on hundreds of bills…. Read More ›
The Democrats are the pro-democracy party, and they want all Americans to know it. The first piece of legislation they announced would be their first of the new Congress was HR1, or the For the People Act. After multiple hearings,… Read More ›
Elections matter. Specifically, the 2018 midterms were really, really important. What Happened? Last night, Speaker Pelosi made the House members vote on a resolution to block Trump’s national “emergency.” It passed 245-182, with 13 Republicans voting Yes with the Democrats…. Read More ›
Trump is trapped, which makes him really dangerous. His rally promise of a Wall became the one promise his base wants him to keep, and his base is essentially the only group of people that Trump wants to keep happy…. Read More ›
Millions of Americans are already affected by the shutdown. Federal employees aren’t getting a paycheck (right at the end of the holiday season no less.) Others are being told their food stamps aren’t guaranteed if the shutdown continues. There is… Read More ›
We know what legislation the Democrats will tackle first when they take over the House on January 3. But what else do they want to tackle in their first 100 days? Earlier this month, we learned that the first bill… Read More ›