Seattle is worried about the well-being of the poor and mentally ill people living there, so it's going to drive businesses out of town.
People hate Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
When she spoke at the Kennedy School of Government, students held up signs calling her a "white supremacist."
Why does American journalist Abby Martin report for media run by socialist murderers?
What should be done about school shootings?
After the horrible shooting in Parkland, Florida, President Trump suggested that some teachers carry guns. "We need to let people know, you come in to our schools -- you're gonna be dead."
The cable bill was the last straw, says Kristin Tate. "That's the one that really made me mad."
Comcast included $36 in charges for mysterious things like "utility tax" and "government access fee."
We've been told conservatives don't believe in science and that there's a "Republican war on science."
Soda will cost you more in Philadelphia, Seattle, Boulder, Colorado, and a bunch of California cities because politicians in those places voted to tax it.
In the movie "The Matrix," swallowing a red pill reveals the truth, while downing a blue pill leaves you trapped in illusion.
Today, in the parlance of some political activists, "taking the red pill" means seeing the lies of mainstream media -- and learning the truth.
President Trump's pick to be the new secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, is not a fan of the Paris climate agreement, the treaty that claims it will slow global warning by reducing the world's carbon dioxide emissions. Politicians from most of the world's nations signed the deal, and President Obama said "we may see this as the moment that we finally decided to save our planet."
Maybe Donald Trump is such a powerful communicator and pot-stirrer that other countries, embarrassed by their own trade barriers, will eliminate them.
Then I will thank the president for the wonderful thing he did. Genuine free trade will be a recipe for wonderful economic growth.