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7 Things You Need To Know About Andrew Jackson

Aaron Bandler, President Donald Trump is an enigma in the field of politics; perhaps the only comparable political figure to Trump would be Andrew Jackson. In fact, a portrait of Jackson has been featured in the Oval Office following Trump’s inauguration to signify the populist nature of the new administration. Trump also told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson on Thursday

Arkansas lawmaker wants airport named after the Clintons renamed

A state senator in Arkansas filed a bill Thursday calling for the renaming of an airport named after the Clintons.  “You have a president who was impeached for having an affair with an intern in the Oval Office and then disbarred,” the bill’s author, Sen. Jason Rapert, told Reuters. President Clinton was impeached by the

Sen. Ted Nugent? or Sen. Kid Rock? Both Mulling 2018 Senate run

Should Kid Rock decide to run for Senate in 2018 he may have some stiff competition. Days after the Michigan Republican Party told Fox News that Rock would make an “awesome” candidate, right-wing guitar god Ted Nugent said he would consider running for the same seat. “I’m always very interested in making my country and

Pro-Refugee Trudeau Set to Bite His Tongue on Trump Visit

More than two decades ago, with Donald Trump already atop a real-estate empire, a young Justin Trudeau set out to explore the world. He toured Europe and Africa with friends, hiding their beer from customs agents before boarding the Trans-Siberian railway to China. On the train, he sketched, read “War and Peace” and gazed at

Thank you Hillary, for reminding us why we’re lucky you lost the election

Michael Goodwin, Thank you, Hillary Clinton. Thank you for ­reminding America about the importance of Donald Trump’s victory and of the awful consequences if you had won. Clinton sent out a taunting tweet of “3-0” after the three-judge panel from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously slapped a halt on Trump’s executive order on

Churchill bust takes center stage as Trump, May reaffirm special relationship

President Trump, in his first meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May Friday, pledged his “lasting support” to the historic relationship between the U.S. and the U.K., and called an independent Britain a “blessing to the world.” During what was also Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, the pair posed in the Oval Office

The secret meaning of Donald Trump’s revolutionary first 100 hours

Richard Manning, Donald Trump walked into the Oval Office on the first Monday of his presidency less than 100 hours ago, and what has ensued is a frenzy of focused activity aimed at national and job security. Through a series of executive actions, the president has been checking off his campaign promises like a Friday

Feminist Film Director Joss Whedon Calls Ivanka Trump a Dog

Jerome Hudson, Social media erupted after Avengers director Joss Whedon attacked President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and compared his wife, Ivanka Trump, to a dog. “Hey, keep your eyes on this fu*king prize too. He’s a Voldemort in training,” Whedon wrote on Twitter Tuesday, sharing a photo of Jared Kushner standing next to Trump in the Oval Office.

Trump returns Churchill bust to the Oval Office

Gabby Morrongiello, President Trump has returned a bust of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to the Oval Office, which had been removed by his predecessor in 2009. Reporters first noticed that the bust had been placed back in the room on Friday, just as Trump was signing a series of executive orders at the

Poll: Trump Viewed Favorably by More than Half of US Voters

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Stark contrast to polls claiming low approval rating. While the corporate media is busy promoting polls claiming Donald Trump will enter the Oval Office with a low approval rating, a recent Rasmussen Reports survey finds more than half the country is supportive of the president-elect. “The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone