A few days ago the New York Times posted an editorial of parodies, limericks and poems citing problems with Trump and his administration.
First Trump sneaked off to Afghanistan to visit the troops, then he tweeted mixed feelings about the impeachment inquiry and whether the White House would participate.
We need not say again our feelings about polls, which are but a momentary reading of an issue, but we are certainly elated to learn that a recent CNN poll shows that half the country believes that Trump should not ...
A parade of witnesses at the impeachment hearings is delivering blow after blow to Trump and his administration.
Like the election returns after the midterm, there was a lot of recently good news for Democrats and a good dose of disappointment for Trumpism.
We need no reminder from CNN’s Don Lemon or MSNBC’s the Rev. Al Sharpton of Trump’s obsession with former President Obama, though their reports are additional confirmation of something we’ve been stoking for months.
When Trump hits the panic button, he usually steps into the zone of impropriety where he’s been so often that he ought to be required to pay rent.
Trump once again let the nation know that his respect for decency is even lower than his respect for democracy.
AmNews Publisher and Editor in Chief Elinor Tatum pens and open letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo over his recent use of the n-word during a recent radio interview.
By now you have heard Trump’s boast and claim about his “great and unmatched wisdom” when it comes to dealing with Turkey.
Words such as “coup” and “civil war” have been flaunted lately by Trump, suggesting that his administration is under siege.
Stepping across lines, be they political or moral, is a daily exercise for Trump, and recently he did both.
There is nothing in the Obama matrix that doesn’t infuriate Trump. Among his most recent missiles at the Obamas—and this time he assails the couple—is their Higher Ground Production Company that launched the first in a series of documentaries and ...
The quiz this week, dear students, is how many former members of the Trump administration have either been fired, resigned, or a little bit of both?
On several occasions we have referred to Trump as the mischief-commanding-officer, but we were advised to call him the commander-in-thief, and that title is given fresh currency with his move now to loot the Pentagon—that is, divest funds from scheduled ...