The "America First" slogan, for nearly a century, has been a rallying cry of the KKK. "America First" was also an oft-repeated rallying cry at Trump campaign rallies, directly from him as well as surrogates.
The announcement of targeted sanctions against Russian entities and individuals from the Treasury Department contained specific information showing that Trump's repeated claims of "No Collusion" were utterly false.
Percy Schmeiser was a farmer who found himself under attack by one of the largest chemical companies in the world, Monsanto. His story has been made into a major motion picture starring Christopher Walken, Christina Ricci and Zach Braff.
Heather Cox Richardson's daily newsletters, "Letters from an American," have become a fact beacon in the lie-strewn political landscape of today.
Sooner or later we were going to have to do a piece about Q. If you're publishing any information about the care and feeding of facts, sooner or later you're going to have to confront the opposition to facts.
The contrast between the United States' response to Covid-19 and that of New Zealand could not be more stark.
Republican members of Congress and state legislatures are still stuck in their belief in the "big lie" that the election was stolen from from the other guy.
While watching the accelerating downward spiral of political personality Matt Gaetz, one might ponder the total lack of surprise.
The "For the People Act" as been passed through the House for some time and now has to be considered by the Senate. Now it just has to overcome Mitch McConnell and the Koch interests.
Today, Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn exploded nationally on Twitter, after tweeting a quote from The New York Times saying that instead of stopping illegal immigration, President Joe Biden has “emphasized the humane treatment of immigrants, regardless of their legal status.”
The investigation and reporting of the Atlanta Spa Shootings committed by confessed killer, Robert Aaron Long, are on-going. Already some themes in the news have gelled but with truck-size holes in them.
The Pharmacist tells the true story of a small town pharmacist—Dan Schneider—who beats the odds by solving the murder of his son in a drug-related shooting in New Orleans.