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Trump's lawyers: 'Apprentice' contestant can't sue president

NEW YORK (AP) — Republican President Donald Trump’s lawyers say he’s immune while president from defamation claims brought by a former contestant on his reality TV show “The Apprentice” who accused him of unwanted sexual contact. 473 more words


What's in a Name? The #PresidentialSuccession

I’ve been curious enough lately to take a look at the current state of Presidential succession. Why? Just call it a feeling I have…

In grade school Civics class, we learned all about this. 717 more words


One Time For Mother Earth

“I’m happy Donald Trump became the president b/c we gotta destroy before we elevate.” — Rick Ross

I don’t often speak on my political views but I’m pretty sure you’re able to figure out where I stand. 266 more words

You Can Do It

If You're Not Outraged, You're Not Paying Attention

The title was a bumper sticker that I saw in traffic this morning. Given the length of my commute, I had a lot of time to think about what that meant. 561 more words


White House on Lock Down After Suspicious Package is Found

03/28/17 – 11:20 AM EST – The White House is on lock down after a suspicious package was discovered on the North Lawn. The president and his staff are conducting business as normal since there are meetings going on in other areas of the White House compound. 64 more words


Nepotism Characterizes Everything About Trump

Never before has an American President appointed so many family members to serve in his administration.  Never before has an American President had so many potential conflicts of interest, and relied upon family members to run his businesses, suggesting that by doing so, Trump has eliminated the… 744 more words

Political Inexperience and Information Overload in the Age of Trump

There are two other unique characteristics about Trump’s first month in office, which did not make my top three takeaways but which, nevertheless, may become more relevant descriptors of Trump’s presidency down the road if they persist or are not addressed. 1,043 more words