Author: Rhonda Reuter

Why Are Stephen Bannon and Devin Nunes Suddenly Out?

It is getting clearer by the day that the ‘slime’ of Trump’s connections with Russia and Vladimir Putin are so slippery even Trump is running scared. Just look at it: yesterday, Trump demoted the beloved Stephen K. Bannon from the national security council. That, in itself is a red Russian flag being raised over the heads of every American. Then, add to that odd move, the fact that just now, Rep. Devin Nunes has announced that he his ‘stepping aside’ from the House Intelligence Committee investigation into Trump’s ties with Russia. There couldn’t be any more obvious signs than...

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Seven-Year ‘Repeal and Replace’ Chant Ends up Being a Waste of Time

IMAGE CREDIT: ABC NEWS For all his talk of being a ‘great negotiator’ and constant ‘winner,’ when Donald Trump fails at something he does it in spectacular fashion. Not even 100 days into his administration, President Trump just failed at meeting one of his biggest campaign promises, the repeal and replacement of Obamacare. You can be sure we will be hearing about how this could have gone so wrong? Did Paul Ryan rush the legislation too quickly, as Trump now appears to be claiming? Did Trump simply not fully engage his attention when the details of his failed legislation...

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Spicer’s and Conway’s Careers Sinking with the ‘Titanic’

IMAGE CREDIT: RAW STORY Life often presents us with difficult challenges, especially when we have to decide between two competing forces–an immediate ‘payout’ or a long-term belief. This concept must surely hit home with two of Donald Trump’s most important enablers, Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway. Sean Spicer has to stand in front of the press and all of America every business day, defending the indefensible tweets and policies of his boss, Donald J. Trump. He even still defends Trump’s tweet that former President Obama ‘wiretapped’ Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential election, even though the director of the...

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