Robb Willer studies the forces that unite and divide us. As a social psychologist, he researches how moral values — typically a source of division — can also be used to bring people together. 44 more words
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In light of the “digitally enhanced” (read; phony)video purporting to show CNN reporter Jim Acosta placing his hands on a young woman at a press conference, and the fact that the piece of shit in the oval has so far gotten away with all the outrageous lies that come out of his pie hole. 493 more words
JARED GARTZKE | OPINION COLUMNIST
In discussing political topics, I find it enjoyable when I get to discuss the speed that different political parties change. What I mean by “change” when discussing political parties is the different views that political parties put into their platforms, and how those opinions develop between elections. 527 more words
Republicans say special counsel won’t be terminated; But what if he is?
In July 2017, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke to reporters about President Donald Trump’s latest public trashing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions that led many to believe his firing was imminent. 965 more words
It was definitely a Blue wave in Orange County California.
That county immediately south of Los Angeles was the bastion of the Republican Party. It was a mostly middle class (Anaheim and Santa Ana) to the ultra rich (Laguna Beach and Newport Beach). 218 more words