Pool was ushered to the oval office at 2:33 pm. Both the King and POTUS were seated next to each other. Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah II was also at the Oval office, sitting alone on the sofa next to the two leaders. The king spoke in fluent English, the Crown Prince didn’t speak, both […]
#GoodMorningDC. Today the biggest news of the day is that Biden will deliver remarks on pulling the troops out of Afghanistan.
#GoodMorningDC. At least ten were killed in a shooting at a Kings Soopers in Colorado.
#GoodMorningDC. It’s Wednesday and the world is still watching the British Monarchy in the wake of Meghan’s jaw-dropping interview on Sunday.
The country that brought the world reality television appears to have learned nothing about drama, except, perhaps, its usefulness in distraction. Canada and The UK have begun distributing vaccinations to their populations, prioritizing their people over political ploys. As US politicians point fingers and lay claim to the vaccine legacy, the population remains without vaccination.
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Congressman Steve King is making the case for reinstating his committee assignments, which were revoked after his comments in support of white supremacy. Liam Glen writes on why King is as noxious as ever.
Bernie Sanders has an ambitious agenda, but he will have significant trouble getting it passed through Congress. Liam Glen evaluates the candidate’s chances of working through a hostile political environment.
Much has been made of the struggle to control bigotry and extremism on both the left and right. Liam Glen analyzes the lingering differences between Democrats and Republicans.
As self-driving cars become more and more common, their adoption will have unexpected effects. Liam Glen writes on how autonomous vehicles will impact the job market, cybersecurity, the environment, and other sectors of society.