Being president of the United States doesn’t pay much—a mere $400,000 a year—but Hillary Clinton didn’t get the job. Granny’s gotta pay the bills, so she’s returning to the public speaking circuit, where she amassed a whopping $22 million before mounting a second failed bid for the White House.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller broke his silence this week, but without really saying anything new. Nevertheless, the Democratic Party is clamoring for impeachment. Despite his unprecedented success as president, Donald J. Trump’s approval rating is underwater, casting doubt on his ability to win reelection and Keep America Great.
Flailing presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke continues to make headlines, but for all the wrong reasons. His poll numbers, for example, are circling the drain of statistical relevance.
Former vice president and 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden is a male feminist icon who has done more to eliminate the scourge of manspreading than most “real feminists” could ever hope to achieve in their lifetimes. And yet he’s struggled to shed his notorious reputation as a handsy, feely creep.
Socialism gets a bad wrap for the havoc it has wreaked across the globe. Maybe that’s due to the fact that we only hear about the failures of socialism, and turn a blind eye to evidence of its success.
Eric Swalwell, a U.S. congressman from California, is one of the random white dudes running in the 2020 Democratic primary. You might have seen him on television, because the networks are always in need of someone to talk about the Trump-Russia conspiracy, especially after 2018 Free Beacon Man of the Year Michael Avenatti was indicted.
President Donald J. Trump has done it again. Our great American leader, arguably the most successful since Abraham Lincoln, represented the United States with unprecedented aplomb during his recent state visit to Japan.
At a time when the American economy is humming along, and the country finally has a president with the stamina, both physical and intellectual, necessary to deliver historical success after historical success to the people of Planet Earth, it is easy to overlook the fact that, in spite of Donald Trump’s unprecedented genius, civilization is almost certainly doomed to fail in our lifetimes.
Dogs aren’t the only demographic group that is turned off out by Beto O’Rourke, the failed Senate candidate who, for some reason, is running for president in the Democratic primary.
Barack Obama, the fifth-greatest living president, is so popular among Democrats that his verbally challenged running mate, Joe Biden, is dominating the crowded field of Democratic primary candidates.