There is a growing and disturbing trend of anti-intellectual elitism in American culture.
The ruling by the appeals court shouldn't be read as political since it is based on the Constitution as the judges see it. But it does have political ramifacations/aspects.
Only when you have a liberal majority could it be possible to go forward with something like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Even then, political wrangling, dealmaking, etc. will lessen the ability of the agency to do whatever it would do without political constraint.
For Donald Trump the power of his brand 'his name' and all that encompasses, was the his source of his so called 10 billion dollar empire. Prior to these elections and its revelations people idolized Donald Trump as a saavy astute successful business man. Donald Trump was to them the epitome of the American success story, a handsome irreproachable citizen, with the drop dead gorgeous wife, jet set life and palatial homes. But that was before Trump the egomaniac forced the spot light on himself.
WE DO NOT ELECT KINGS AND QUEENS, WE ELECT REPRESENTATIVES THAT SHOULD FOLLOW OUR LEAD TO HELP EACH OTHER.
22 DAYS UNTIL WE CAN CHANGE THIS SUPREME COURT. PRESIDENT, CONGRESS, SENATE ALL THE WAY DOWN TO DOGCATCHER ON NOVEMBER 8th!
We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline.
Donald tump and wealthy don't pay their fair share in taxes While the middle class and poor pay for everything from wars ect:
America you've hit a milestone in television history, October 7th marked 20 years since FOXsocalledNEWS first went on the air in America. Believe it or not , one of the most divisive media channels to ever go on the air in the US, now has almost a hundred million viewers.
Despite the right wing hatred of government overreach, Donald's ardent supporters are strongly behind overreach, as long as it is about reaching up women's skirts. That is pretty deplorable.
'Back in 2007, the White House the Bush administration conveniently "lost" more than five million private emails. The story was barely covered.'
Obviously Americans , especially liberal Americans are too stupid to realize the significance of over a million private emails deleted by George W Bush regime that catalogued events leading up to the invasion of Iraq.