The following are articles that I have read that have caught my interest today:
Women, primarily, and other minorities risk their health and lives by going to Catholic affiliated hospitals without knowing the rules that the Catholic church enforces within their facilities
Conservative leaning think tank indicates that it would be disastrous if we were to deport undocumented workers and prevent any undocumented people from entering the United States.
Various tobacco companies lobbied for more lenient legislation from congress. They primarily supported the Republican party, but the law that stands in their way was passed in 2009.
Google, one of the primary maintainers of the Android operating system as well as the leader in search and advertising knows a lot about you. If you want to know what Google thinks it knows about you, here are the directions.
Despite how unconventional Donald Trump’s candidacy has been, he has some strengths in places that might ultimately help him. The following are some places where – if he does really well – he could actually win the Presidency.
Donald Trump wants to use business ideas to help cut the National Debt. The problem is that the ideas that work in business would be disastrous for the economy. The New York Times explains why.
There are varying opinions on how much damage Donald Trump will do to the traditionally conservative Republican party. Because of this, leaders of the party are applying different tactics to their support of him.
Some of the Republican party leaders view the party as the victim of a hostile takeover by Donald Trump. Many have already tried to reject him. Can the Republican party remain intact with the growing “America First” movement combined with a lack of leadership at the top?
Just who are the traditional Republican party thought leaders that seem to despise Donald Trump? Here are the 10 Republican supporters that dislike him the most.
One thing that is going to help Donald Trump during the general election is that he won’t have to worry about the Trump University until after the election is over. What happens after that will depend on which candidate is the victor.
Bernie Sanders has been complaining about the Democratic superdelegates almost since he entered the race. He now has a problem: He didn’t win the popular vote for the Democratic nominee, he didn’t win the most delegates, and now he can’t win enough delegates even if Hillary Clinton was no longer in the race. In short, he needs some of those superdelegates to win.
Amy Walter, David Wasserman and Charlie Cook update their list of states and which party they lean toward. It isn’t good news for the Republicans.