Justice Department should have subpoenaed documents, not raided Trump’s home

The decision by the Justice Department to conduct a full-scale morning raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home does not seem justified, based on what we know as of now. If it is true that the basis of the raid was the former president’s alleged removal of classified material from the White House, that would constitute a double standard of justice. 

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Do Democrats Care about the Middle Class?

Inflation has dramatically altered how families for groceries and how they pay to fuel there vehicles, but what do Democrats do in solving this problem is to pass a massive $730 billion spending package that does nothing to solve concerns of the middle class.

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Senate Passes Climate and Tax Bill After Marathon Debate

The Senate passed legislation on Sunday that would make the most significant federal investment in history to counter climate change and lower the cost of prescription drugs, as Democrats banded together to push through major pieces of President Biden’s domestic agenda over unified Republican opposition.

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Does anyone care About America’s Failing School system?

George Washington Carver once stated that “Education is the key that unlocks the golden door to freedom,” unfortunately for many American school children that freedom has them trapped in endless slavery of failing schools.

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If Not Joe Biden, Is Gavin Newsom the Democratic Savior in 2024?

With President Biden’s poll number cratering, even Democrats have openly stated that they want someone else to be the party’s nominee in 2024, and with the Vice President clearly overmatched as a replacement some are speculating that California Governor Gavin Newsom could be the answer.

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Biden’s Inexperienced White House Unable to Tackle Rising Inflation

The election of Joe Biden to the presidency ushered to the oval office for the first time in U.S. history someone who had virtually no experience outside the confines of Washington D.C. power circles, this historical anomaly also extends to his administration as well.

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