• Mike Pence Says We Should Be Building Even More Confederate Monuments
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    Mike Pence Says We Should Be Building Even More Confederate Monuments

    In an attempt to prove that his boss, President Donald Trump, is not the only disgusting member of the Trump administration. Vice President Mike Pence went on Fox and Friends Tuesday morning, to talk about this poor, pitiful South, the Southerners, losing all these wonders-ly beautiful monuments to slavery. Pence said that he doesn’t want to see any monuments taken down; in fact according to Mike Pence we should be building more monuments. Now he did go on to clarify that, ” We’ll keep the ones we have, maybe make a few more of those, but we should also probably throw in some great civil rights pioneers and things like…

  • President Obama Town Hall on Credit Cards
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    President Obama Town Hall on Credit Cards

    (applause and cheering) The President: Hello! Hello, New Mexico. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you very much, everybody. Please, have a seat. Have a seat. Thank you so much. What a wonderful welcome. It’s good to be back in New Mexico. (applause) It’s always nice to get out of Washington for a while — (applause) — and come to places like Rio Rancho. (applause) The climate’s nice, the conversation’s nice, people are nice. It is just wonderful to be here. We’ve got a few special guests that I want to acknowledge here. First of all, a great friend, one of the finest governors in the country — please…

  • Herman Cain Fails On Constitution
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    Herman Cain Fails On Constitution

    there’s also a heads are supported by qualified com her thinking you know he is feeling a lot of steam room within the conservative movement it’s a real candidate you know probably not but on the other hand look is not what the polls right and he’s a real social conservative there’s one thing i mean there kane cares about as the united states constitution he’s gonna let us know pay attention to the school to rewrite the constitution of the united states rewrite it we need to read profit half hippie right hope solution type of evidence habit i’ll go back to you that we feel we believe it…

  • Mike Pence Would Support Invoking The 25th Amendment To Remove Trump
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    Mike Pence Would Support Invoking The 25th Amendment To Remove Trump

    according to excerpts from a new book obtained by The Huffington Post vice president Mike Pence would support invoking the 25th amendment to have President Donald Trump removed from office as noted by HuffPost the forthcoming book a warning was purportedly written by an unnamed senior White House official who claims high-level aides are certain the vice president would back the plan to constitutionally remove Trump due to his mental incapacity the author who wrote an anonymous essay for the New York Times describing a highly dysfunctional White House describes an informal tally that White House officials took of cabinet members who would sign off on the letter invoking section…

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    Democrats Introduce Legislation To Force Trump To “Act Like A President”

    A group of Democrats in the House of Representatives have introduced a piece of legislation that will force Donald Trump to act like a president. Now this particular piece of legislation was actually introduced on July 19, 2017, and it’s asking for several very specific things, and here they are. They want Donald Trump to release his tax returns. They want him to place his private business assets in a blind trust or to completely divest from them, to donate to the United States treasury any personal profit he has made from foreign patronage of hotels in which he has an ownership interest, refrain from taking any action that results…

  • Would the Founding Fathers Impeach Trump? with Robert Reich
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    Would the Founding Fathers Impeach Trump? with Robert Reich

    Trump has asked a foreign power to dig up dirt on a major political rival. This is an impeachable offense. Come back in time with me. In late May 1787, when 55 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to begin debate over a new Constitution, everyone knew the first person to be president would be the man who presided over that gathering: George Washington. As Benjamin Franklin put it, “The first man put at the helm will be a good one,” but “Nobody knows what sort may come afterwards.” Initially, some of the delegates didn’t want to include impeachment in the Constitution, arguing that if a president was bad he’d be voted…

  • Top Supreme Court Cases in 2019-2020 [Part 2/2] | The Judicial Review
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    Top Supreme Court Cases in 2019-2020 [Part 2/2] | The Judicial Review

    Um… Where was I? Oh, yeah. Last time, we reviewed some past and upcoming cases on the rights of non-cis heteronormative people in the workplace, mental health in the legal system, the DREAMers, and racism in corporate media management. Because apparently that wasn’t enough, today we’ll cover more cases that the Supreme Court will rule on in the coming months, and how and why they are important in a time when the political winds are escalating into a seriously dangerous political Sharknado against a wide variety of social liberties. Are you ready kids? (Sorry… that.. that was bad Can we just -can we just move past that? I’d appreciate that…

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    We The People — Past Inaugural Speeches, and The Constitution, Set to Music

    We the People of the United States in Order to form a more perfect Union establish Justice insure domestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity we do ordain and establish this Constitution of the United States of America the time has come to reaffirm our enduring spirit to choose our better history to carry forward that precious gift that noble idea of passed on through generation to generation the god-given promise that all are equal all are free and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness as for our common defense…

  • President Obama on Kids Tobacco Legislation
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    President Obama on Kids Tobacco Legislation

    The President: I just wanted to give a quick statement about the kids tobacco legislation that passed the Senate yesterday. This bill has obviously been a long time coming. We’ve known for years, even decades, about the harmful, addictive, and often deadly effects of tobacco products. Each year Americans pay nearly $100 billion in added health care costs due to smoking. Each day about a thousand young people under the age of 18 become regular smokers. For over a decade, leaders of both parties have fought to prevent tobacco companies from marketing their products to children, and provide the public with the information they need to understand what a dangerous…