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Legendary Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, the Howard University grad and Baltimore attorney who led the fight in the hotly-contested impeachment process in Washington, has died. Cummings was 68 years old. According to the Baltimore Sun, Maryland’s largest newspaper, Cummings took a self-imposed moratorium from his role as the ranking chairman of the House of Representatives’…

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President Donald Trump showed his true racist colors this week with his now infamous alleged “shithole” comment about Haiti and Africa. These comments combined with his recent erratic behavior is giving more credence to the thought that Trump is mentally unfit to be President and should be removed from office, a call that is being…

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Congressman Al Green, D-Texas, has announced that he intends to bring an impeachment vote against President Donald Trump today. Green will use a rule to allow a privileged motion to bring the vote forward, hr announced on C-SPAN today. The motion will allow him to force a vote in the House within a two-day span…

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The continuing controversy over the national anthem and the pledge of allegiance has apparently gotten a Student Government Association officer at Clemson University impeached. According to the Clemson University student newspaper, The Tiger, Student Government Association (SGA) Vice President Jaren Stewart and other students did not stand during the pledge of allegiance during a meeting on Sept. 25,…

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The dramatic testimony of former FBI director James Comey in front of a Senate Intelligence Committee riveted the nation. His testimony revealed the duplicitous nature of President Donald Trump when it comes to exercising power and influence. Comey’s revelation that he was the source of leaked memos to a media outlet after he was fired…

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U.S Congressman Al Green, D-Texas, the first legislator to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, notified the media he was working on actually drafting the articles of impeachment. The papers would begin the impeachment process for the sitting president. Green is going through with this despite receiving multiple death threats at both his Houston and…

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Events in the last several weeks have many lawmakers seriously considering impeachment of President Donald Trump. Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey and reports that Trump may have tried to pressure him into dropping an ongoing criminal investigation of former NSA Director Michael Flynn have some calling his action an attempt at obstruction of justice.…

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President Donald Trump may have crossed the line when talking to now fired FBI Director James Comey. Information first reported by media outlet the New York Times, reveals that the president might have attempted to pressure Comey into dropping a criminal investigation into former NSA Director Mike Flynn and his ties to Russia. Comey took notes…

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There isn’t an employer in America who would allow such a consistent level of incompetence to exist as we’ve been subjected to with Donald Trump as the president. You couldn’t sell a Wendy’s burger out of Burger King’s drive-through window without expecting to be terminated. But because millions of bewildered Americans somehow believed an unqualified person…

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The frightening lessons being quickly learned during the first 10 days of Trump’s presidency continue unabated. There are numerous voices calling for his impeachment and online petitions are growing every day. However, hating his policies is not enough to get Trump removed from office he must be in violation of the Constitution of the United…

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When people voted for President Barack Obama a second time, there was a lot of hope and expectation that he would fulfill his promises By all accounts, Obama did succeed in bringing the country out of its economic crisis. The economy has steadily added jobs throughout the recovery. Nevertheless, there are other issues that the president…

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In a desperate attempt to derail the Obama presidency and upset the will of the people, the House voted along party lines to sue the president on Wednesday. The vote went down as 220 – 201 and represents a first of its kind lawsuit in the history of the U.S. government. But this vote was…

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Recently Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner announced that he intends to sue President Barack Obama. The lawsuit is based on what many Republicans feel is Obama’s use of executive orders, especially those dealing with ACA or Obamacare as it is popularly known. Many political analysts called Boehner’s move a publicity stunt that will…

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