U.S. approval of Congress has been falling since early 2017 and currently stands at a moribund 13%; the lowest levels since July 2016. In February 2017, just one month after Trump entered the Oval Office, Congressional approval stood at 28%; October’s reading of 13% is just slightly higher than the record low nine percent recorded (more…)
The political divide in the U.S. remains as entrenched as ever. In addition to falling approval ratings, it also appears as though President Donald Trump now has to share the spotlight with previous President Barack Obama when it comes to the current state of the U.S. economy.
Daniel Defense, one of the largest privately owned firearms manufacturers in the country, is cutting about 100 jobs, according to those affected and social media posts. The Daniel Defense layoffs come amid what the gun industry is calling the “Trump Slump”—a decline in gun sales since the election of President Donald Trump. Daniel Defense LayOffs: (more…)
The political divide in American widens. The Trump administration recently unveiled its long-awaited tax plan, one that would be the biggest overhaul of U.S. tax code in decades. President Donald Trump has said the tax cuts would help fuel U.S. economic growth, increase investment, and create greater wealth for all Americans. Unfortunately, most voters do (more…)
Hurricane Maria pulverized Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory with a population of 3.5 million. The country’s infrastructure has been destroyed and its people are without water, power, and fuel. In times of distress, U.S. presidents put their politics aside and act as a beacon of strength, courage, and inspiration. But not this time. More than (more…)
September’s Trump Headlines Highlight Presidential Missteps Donald Trump has been U.S. president for eight months, and September might have been the worst month so far, and that can be reflected by all the Trump headlines we’ve seen. President Trump is used to making the headlines, but in the ninth month of 2017, it was for all the (more…)
The U.S. may be the world’s most powerful superpower, but when it comes to understanding the issues, Americans believe their fellow American voters are sorrowfully ill-informed. And we’re taking our ignorance on the economy, domestic issues, and foreign affairs into the voting booth. According to the most recent data, only 12% of likely U.S. voters (more…)
It doesn’t matter if it’s on a local, state, or federal level; the majority of American voters simply do not trust the U.S. government. And the number that feel this way is growing. According to the latest findings, a whopping 85% of likely U.S. voters see the federal government as “corrupt,” while 41% described the (more…)
The Republican effort to repeal Obamacare is dead. In fact, the Senate won’t even vote on the Republican-designed Graham-Cassidy bill this week, temporarily ending the GOP’s latest effort to kill off the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
The President’s Remarks Made Him Seem Happy with the Outcome, a Source Says President Donald Trump seemed to be pleased with the current media hailstorm that has been drummed up following his remarks on the NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, according to a source who attended a White House Monday night dinner with (more…)