Dan Pfeiffer is the co-host of the popular political podcast Pod Save America, and the former White House director of communications under President Obama. He is also the bestselling author of Yes We (Still) Can: Politics in the Age of Obama, Twitter, and Trump. In his new book, Un-Trumping America: A Plan to Make America a Democracy
by Kate Brunotts Amongst hundreds of open sexual assault cases, Boy Scouts of America has officially filed for bankruptcy. Boy Scouts, which serves as the largest scouting organization, is no stranger to controversy. Let’s take a look at how the collective’s problematic policies were bound to lead them astray. Sexual
Wednesday marks the first debate of the primary season where candidates will not just be asked to take voters of color into consideration but to address them directly. Nevada, where the first truly diverse caucus will be held Saturday, is comprised of about 29 percent Latinos, as reflected by the
Most people are entertained cause the show mostly looks like it should, but the people in front who are paying the most attention can see the bloody protruding bone, and they’re screaming.
by Xan Holbrook One of the key problems of being President of the United States is that you’re meant to be a symbol as much as a leader. It sounds like an easy sell, but it means that you often have to conform to a blandest common denominator which appears
By Sunny Dell Lurking beneath the primary fervor with its distracting bad apps and knives-out supporters lies a growing crisis: an insane and unhinged president. The litany of assault that one moron has heaved onto this country since his campaign days is far too vast to even attempt quantification. Who
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 will be marked in history as the day the U.S. Senate acquitted a criminal president. President Donald J. Trump was found “not guilty” on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. He is guilty of both. Sen. Marco Rubio found him guilty of impeachable
By Sunny Dell It started with a handshake snub. It ended on a tear. Some have compared the antics of Tuesday’s State of the Union address to a playground fight between 10-year-olds. Fair enough, sort of. There’s some room for argument that we need at least one adult left in