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The Republicans’ Lying, Cheating Hearts

By Clete Wetli on June 24, 2021 | Opinion

In the chaotic aftermath of Trump’s failed insurrection and the Republican echo chamber mindlessly blasting out the Big Lie, it’s become evident that the GOP has no significant interest other than retaining power at all…

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Why Trump Deserves To Nominate A Successor to Ginsburg

By Dakota Layton on September 21, 2020 | Opinion

With the recent passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a one-of-a-kind legal intellect and trailblazer for women, political tensions on both sides of the aisle are likely to reach a new high as

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Wall Street Firm: Democrats Will Retake the Senate, but Doug Jones Will Lose

By Dakota Layton on June 24, 2020

Signum Global Advisors, a Wall Street firm that offers financial advice to clients is now predicting that Democrats will take control of the Senate after the 2020 elections. Signum previously believed that Senate Republicans led…

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Trump’s Manifest Incompetence

By Clete Wetli on March 24, 2020 | Opinion

Trump’s abysmal failure as a leader is shockingly more evident by the hour as the pandemic begins to accelerate in America.

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Putting Partisan Priorities Aside… For Now

By Jeremy Jeffcoat on March 18, 2020 | Opinion

So often, we hear that our leaders should put partisanship aside and “get something done”. I’ve never believed that was the best way. First of all, we have to decide what “things” are to be…

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The Republicans’ Deplorable Cowardice

By Clete Wetli on February 3, 2020 | Opinion

Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and many of his GOP brethren made it clear from the beginning that they were committed to blindly following Trump, whatever the cost, and that they never had any intention of honoring their oaths to consider the matter impartially.

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The Risk Mitigation Proclamation – Let’s Have Witnesses

By Jeremy Jeffcoat on January 30, 2020 | Opinion

I am not generally given to original “words of wisdom”. Most of the wisdom that I have accumulated and tried to pass on to our children is from books, or speeches, or old sayings of…

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Republicans Paint Themselves Into A Corner

By Clete Wetli on January 17, 2020 | Opinion

The point is that Republicans have decided to defend Trump at all costs, no matter what, truth be damned, and until the sad, inescapably bitter end.

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Bradley Byrne Introduces Resolution to Censure Pelosi

By Dakota Layton on January 10, 2020

On Thursday, Congressman Bradley Byrne introduced a resolution to censure House Speaker Nancy Pelosi due to frustration over her refusal to send the two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate in…

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Race, Politics, and Transformation in Alabama – Part 4

By Jeremy Jeffcoat on January 8, 2020 | Opinion

I consider myself a center-left individual. Interestingly, I considered myself a center-right individual for many years. However, as the right moved further from the center, my self-identification had to move with it. As a center-left,…

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