Should President Trump sit down for an interview with Robert Mueller?

President Trump's lawyers have reportedly advised the president against sitting down with special counsel Robert Mueller for an interview. Despite Trump publicly saying he was "looking forward" to speaking with Mueller under oath because there was "no collusion" between his campaign and Russia, his lawyers worry Trump's "history of making false statements" may cause him to perjure himself. But cri…

Is Tomi Lahren a role model?

Love her or hate her, conservative commentator Tomi Lahren has made a huge splash in the political world. Some applaud her for being an excellent role model to young women: strong, intelligent and willing to speak her mind. But others find her commentary to be racist and opportunistic and believe there is nothing to admire about a woman who uses her looks and raw hatred to get ahead. What do you t…

Who is more out of touch: Democrats or Republicans?

House Speaker Paul Ryan became the center of ridicule after he deleted a tweet that shared a story about a secretary who received a $1.50 paycheck boost. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi fired back at Ryan, calling the $1.50 pay increase "crumbs." But many argue the $1,000 bonuses some are receiving under the new tax plan hardly qualify as "crumbs" and Pelosi is out of touch with the average Ame…

Is President Trump serious about infrastructure spending?

In his State of the Union address, President Trump called on Congress to produce a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill. But last year's "infrastructure week" was an abysmal failure, and critics argue Trump's decision to punt to Congress without a real plan is proof he doesn't take the issue seriously. Trump's defenders argue while he may not have a detailed plan, his intentions to shift the obligati…

Do you miss Barack Obama?

It's been over a year since former president Barack Obama welcomed Donald Trump to Washington, and many Obama fans still haven't accepted the fact that he is no longer president. With President Trump's ongoing scandals and unpresidential behavior, some mourn the loss of a calm, measured and informed leader. But Obama also has detractors who say he never put America first; Benghazi, Syria, and Obam…

Is it time to rethink Black History Month?

Since its inception 40 years ago, both black and white Americans have debated the value of Black History Month. Some believe, given the current political climate, Black History Month is needed now more than ever. But critics argue Black History Month gives many an excuse to only pay attention to black Americans once a year. Not to mention Black History Month is in February—the coldest and shortest…

Should Mitt Romney get out of politics?

Mitt Romney announced in a Tweet that he would be running to replace Orrin Hatch in the Senate. But critics think Romney should get out of politics altogether. After losing handily to Barack Obama in 2012 and repeatedly criticizing President Trump in 2016, many Republicans want Romney to go away so they can give someone new a chance on the political stage. What do you think? 🤔…

Was President Trump wrong to approve the release of the Nunes memo?

President Trump authorized the release and declassification of a memo written by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) that paints the FBI and Justice Department as being politically biased against him. FBI Director Chris Wray said he had "grave concerns" about the memo's accuracy, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi questioned the accuracy of the memo. But conservatives argue the American people have the ri…

Should Devin Nunes step down?

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi sent a letter to Speaker Paul Ryan demanding that Devin Nunes be removed as House Intelligence Chairman over his decision to release a "reckless, partisan memo." Many have called Nunes a traitor for creating a memo that paints the FBI and Justice Department as politically biased against President Trump. But others are calling Nunes a hero for writing the memo des…

Can Democrats turn Texas blue?

After Doug Jones pulled out a shocking victory against Roy Moore in Alabama, Democrats had a clear message for Sen. Ted Cruz: 'You're next.' The Texas senator has weak approval ratings in his state, and his challenger Beto O'Rourke is a formidable opponent. Plus, if Democrats can win in Alabama, they can win anywhere. But skeptics point out Roy Moore was an exceptionally weak candidate, and talks…