EVERY VOTE COUNTS -- and you better not even let a hurricane stop you from voting in this already historic election.
In a shocking turn of events, the world was shocked to learn news of the inevitable, President Donald Trump — who has been against wearing masks — and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, have both tested positive for the coronavirus. The news was released shortly after learning that one of his closest advisers, Hope
Consider this as one of your final calls to action to make your voices heard. It is time to VOTE, as if your life depended on it. In order to change the current state of this declining America, everyone must do their part and vote in the upcoming election in order to get the right people IN…and the wrong people OUT!
To say the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden was explosive is an understatement, and after picking up or jaws from the back and forth heated exchanges, many were left scratching our heads over some terminology that needs a little further explanation.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1993 until her death.
A pandemic is defined as “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people.”
The historical Acreage Home community is boasting with pride as one of its "sons" is being honored in New York City. There will be a ceremony held Oct. 3, renaming a street after former Congressman Floyd H. Flake.
To get right to it, President Donald Trump's bizarre and rude behavior while in office makes you wonder -- would he get away with it -- if he was BLACK?
Attorney General William Barr shocked many across the nation this week when he publicly compared the minimized and coordinated lockdowns due to the coronavirus to the institution of slavery, one of the greatest atrocities of mankind. The comment was made while Barr was participating in a Constitution Day celebration hosted by Hillsdale College. The event’s
Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins is speaking out about a lawsuit filed against his office by Attorney General Ken Paxton for sending unsolicited mail-in ballot applications to over two million Harris County registered voters.