Democrats once had a very special soft spot for Russia despite knowing of their USA spy activity. What’s Changed? Political Cartoon by A.F. Branco.
Diplomacy with the Russians has been vilified by the democrats and the progressive left from the inception of Donald Trump's campaign for President.
CNN's disdain for the President has been present in their coverage of his campaign, transition, inauguration, and his first weeks in office.
While the British people voted to leave the European Union late last year, it seems that there is another oppressive and blanketing threat that they'll need to escape this week.
The American political scenery has been littered with leaks over the course of the past several years, and now the President is intensifying Washington's response.
The liberal media has been firebombing the presidency of Donald Trump with rampant, wild accusations about his ties to the Russian government.
The escalating tensions between the United States and Russia may have just peaked, at least in terms of the measurements on a Geiger counter.
Michael Moore is often described as a liberal blowhard who works tirelessly to keep his previously relevant name in the spotlight during election years.
Donald Trump's controversial presidency certainly has the Secret Service working overtime, as liberal angst is manifesting itself in violent, unprecedented ways.
The absurdity of the democrats' theory regarding Russian hackers and the "stolen" election of 2016 just won't seem to go away.
Russia has been eager to exert their military on the world in recent months, and a NATO maneuver has the Asian superpower ready to pounce.
The liberal hoax surrounding "fake news" and its effect on the 2016 presidential election has been eviscerated by new research into the subject.
Before Barack Obama finally, and thankfully left the White House, he spent an inordinate amount of time pushing an asinine conspiracy theory.
President Trump has been furiously working the phones in his first few days at the desk in the Oval Office, and no phone call was more highly anticipated than the one that he made to Vladimir Putin.