Can Trump Unify the Republican Party?

Can Trump Unify Republicans?

As America approaches 100 days of President Trump, leadership questions remain. As we approach the 100 day mark, there is no doubt that Trump has failed to rally the country around him. Political divisions are as deep as they have ever been and no where

EPA staffer blasts Scott Pruitt before retiring

EPA Staffer Does Not Go Quietly

Another day, another criticism. Following 25 years of service, Mike Cox, a climate change adviser, decided to retire. But the longtime employee had no intention of going quietly into the night. In a letter to his boss, Scott Pruitt, Cox had some harsh words to

Mexico Officials Arrest CJNP Lieutenant

Alleged Jalisco Cartel Lieutenant Arrested

Mexican Authorities Catch a Break? According to a report by ABC News, authorities in Mexico may have just made a dent (albeit a small one) in the countries ongoing drug problem. Federal prosecutors in Mexico claim they have apprehended a high-ranking operator of the Jalisco New

Protests continue in Serbia post-election.

Protests Continue in Serbia

Protesters fight Presidential outcome. For the seventh day in a row, thousands of people protested against the victory of Serbia’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic. This comes amid fresh allegations by the opposition of a rigged vote count. The groups have alleged irregularities including muzzling of the

K.T. McFarland Accepts Ambassadorship

National Security Council Shake-Up Contines K.T. McFarland has accepted President Trump’s offer to be U.S. Ambassador to Singapore. The move comes as H.R. McMaster, current national security adviser, continues to clean house in his new position. According to a report by CNN, McFarland will continue

Senator Romney?

Mitt Romney is reportedly considering a Senate run. Speculation is running heavily that former Governor, and once Presidential hopeful, is considering running for the Senate in 2018. The catch? Romney will only run if Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) decides to retire. Senator Hatch had apparently

Mark Green Nominated for Army Secretary

Another Day, Another Nomination The White House confirmed Friday that President Trump will nominate Mark Green for Army Secretary. Green is a former Army Lieutenant Colonel and current Tennessee state senator. A decorated soldier. The State senator graduated from West Point in 1986. From 1987 to 1990,

Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court

Neil Gorsuch Confirmed to Supreme Court

President Trump has his man. After a bitter battle along party lines that included a successful filibuster, block vote, and ultimately brought about use of the “nuclear option” by Senate Republicans, Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed as the next Associate Justice to the United States

Alabama Governor Under Fire

The Battle Goes On On Wednesday, the Alabama Ethics Commission found “probable cause” that Gov. Robert Bentley violated the state’s ethics and campaign finance laws. The decision comes more than a year after the first complaint was filed with nine hours of testimony and deliberations. The