When a guy who's compared himself to Hitler sings love ballads to the U.S. president, we've got a problem.
Imagine having to pay thousands of dollars of taxes on virtually no income.
As a developer, Trump made millions and left his partners with the debt. His tax plan is no different.
We can prevent gun deaths while protecting gun rights. It would be nice if gun enthusiasts would help.
The company doesn't need or deserve a handout from the 238 cities prostrating themselves before it.
Addressing the opioid crisis means investing in addiction treatment, mental health, and alternative pain relievers like cannabis — not a wall.
Our elected president seems to think it isn't him.
Former presidents are cajoling individual Americans to donate for relief. Maybe they should lobby Congress instead.