President Obama’s economic legacy is one of ups and downs

When Donald Trump campaigned as a brash billionaire willing to drain the swamp in D.C. in order to “Make America Great Again,” he knew that he’d hit a nerve early […]

TBT: Barack Obama’s first inauguration in 2009

Before a smartphone was put in every person’s hands and the economy had recovered, way back when wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were still raging and we were all hopeful that […]

Your guide to the 2017 presidential inauguration

The pomp and circumstance of the 58th presidential inauguration is about to take over Washington, D.C. as the Obama Administration oversees the peaceful transition of power to President-elect Donald Trump. If […]

5 fascinating facts to know about President Ronald Reagan

From small town Illinois to Hollywood and eventually the White House, Ronald Reagan was a larger than life figure whose stature overshadows conservatives even today, thirteen years after his death. The […]

Stat of the Week: 40% of Americans believe healthcare needs overhauling

President-elect Donald Trump and a cohort of Republicans on Capitol Hill have promised the Affordable Care Act will be repealed and replaced — within his first 100 days, no less. […]

Trump’s first 100 days could be fraught with fights on Capitol Hill

With Inauguration Day just around the corner, we’re beginning to see some clear-cut battle lines drawn on Capitol Hill as the Republican-controlled Congress begins to look at what they can […]

What does the U.S. Department of Education actually do?

It’s been a few years since the backlash against the U.S. Department of Education was heard on Capitol Hill, while there’s been no real talk of its influence throughout the campaign and […]

Trump’s inauguration in Washington, D.C. by the numbers

It’s a costly event any time a new president comes to town, and Washington, D.C. will be looking to the American taxpayer to foot much of the bill. Luckily private […]

Where does Michelle Obama rank on the list of most popular first ladies?

With the enthusiasm and support shown by audiences following her speech at the Democratic National Convention, and the social media reaction to her comments that followed, one would think that […]

Politics 101: What does Congress have the power to do?

In America, it would be very hard for an authoritarian charlatan to rise through the ranks of business and impose his absolute will on the people of this great nation. […]