The Democrats have unveiled a new strategy in their comprehensive program to move the country forward. It’s called “We’re not listening.”
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Last month Ocwen Financial Corporation announced that the company would challenge the constitutional authority of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), asserting that the bureau lacks oversight from the White House and Congress.
Voter dissatisfaction is largely cited as the key to Republican victories in key states like Ohio and Michigan in 2016. And according to new data provided by the Stars and Stripes Coalition -- a group created to provide GOP outreach to black voters -- no dissatisfied group provided more impetus for victory than the dissatisfied black voters of 2016.
A showdown in an Austin courtroom Tuesday may unseal the 20 year old deposition of renowned plaintiff’s attorney Russell Budd that might help lead to the exposure of the illegitimacy of thousands of asbestos lawsuits. We have all seen the ads from the most high-profile and politically connected law firms in America seeking mesothelioma plaintiffs – but now it is coming to light how these attorneys may have been engaged in corrupt conspiracies
Obama has been doing some self-aggrandizing legacy polishing as he wraps up his presidency. Remember the man who won the Noble Prize for ushering in a new era of racial harmony and word peace?
Stop me if you've heard this one: A black man and a white man walk into a bar and beat Hillary Clinton. Why? Because she's a misogynist.
In early October, Senators Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Jon Tester (D-Mont.) introduced the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2016, which would expedite the prohibition of asbestos imports while further curbing current and future uses of the substance.
As China continues its foray in the South China Sea in defiance of international law, it is almost impossible to describe the loathing ordinary Vietnamese have for China. Equally, it’s difficult to calculate the ignorance in which ordinary Vietnamese labor under regarding the very real danger that conflict with China could break out at any time.