Do Americans think income inequality is a problem? The short answer is yes, and the May issue of AEI’s Political Report assesses, among other views, the politics of the issue and what, if anything, Americans think the government should do in response. This issue also examines public opinion on mandatory voting and touches on the latest general election polls from across the pond.
The income gap as a priority: When CBS News asked in …
When Hillary Clinton decided to give her campaign vehicle a cutesy pie name, I can only imagine that she and Bill preferred that the media would say that they were throwing people under the Scooby Doo rather than under the bus.
After all, it is impossible for a Democrat to run for president without leaving a wake of people with tire tracks on their carcass. In 2008, let us remember, Obama tossed his friend and religious mentor, Jeremiah Wright, under the …
Heal America—a Documentary Exposing the Race-Mongering Industry in the United States—Is Free-released to Help Remedy Worsening Racial Relations
Heal America explores legendary homeless activist Ted Hayes’ passion to heal the racial and social wounds of America. A flamboyant and relentless advocate for justice—and the founder of the unique shelter in downtown Los Angeles, Dome Village—Ted Hayes challenges the race-mongering industry that profits from fueling ethnic tensions, and he exposes the real wounds that continue causing them.
The film follows Ted Hayes and …
Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas Governor and Fox News show host, has thrown his hat officially in the ring for President. He joins Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina, and Ben Carson all vying for the GOP nomination.
He announced from his birthplace in Hope, Arkansas and is lining himself up to be the GOP challenger against Hillary given their political history in the state.
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