Politics

Trump Flag Burning Tweet

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President-elect Donald Trump tweets about flag burning following in response to an event that happened at Hampshire College Massachusetts.  Anti-Trump demonstrators removed a flag from a campus flagpole, while others proceeded to burn American flags in protest of Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 Presidential election over Hillary Clinton. Here is Trump's flag burning tweet: [...]

Trump Tweets About The Popular Vote

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Donald Trump is the new President-elect and will begin serving his first term starting January 20th, 2017.  In the meantime Trump, the President-elect, is bridging the gap between the people and the growing resentment of elitist insiders in Washington by taking to Twitter daily to tweet out personal responses to events, updates to his cabinet [...]

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As the first head-to-head debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are approaching the two candidates are already getting a head start dueling it out or should I say tweeting it out on Twitter. Be sure to catch up on the latest tweet wars between Trump and Hillary on Tweeting.com. Don't get lost in the [...]

Syria hashtag

The Syrian civil war has plunged the region into a humanitarian crisis on a grand scale. Millions of people have been displaced seeking refuge and a better life in neighboring Middle Eastern countries, Europe and other more distant countries. This massive movement of refugees has put enormous pressure on these countries to help sustain the [...]

The 2016 Presidential race is just heating up with front runner of the GOP Donald Trump making the rounds in New Hampshire this past week. Everyone knows this is going to be a contentious race played out on social media, especially in real time tweets on Twitter between the Trump and the other GOP candidates [...]

Obama immigration reform Twitter

Yesterday, President Barack Obama announced his plans to implement an executive order to drastically overhaul immigration reform. The announcement does not come without criticism on the grand stage of politics. More specifically, the Republicans who claim the immigration reform initiatives under the executive order powers are not warranted under the rule of law.  In their [...]

It was a close call for sure, but the Senate and the House finally agreed on raising the debt ceiling so the country can pay its bills and interest owed. Up to this point the GOP conservatives were playing hardball being influenced by the tea party members within their own party who were voicing their [...]

As of the date of this post no one knows exactly how Congress will handle this latest debt ceiling debate. What's happened so far? The government will basically run out of money sometime on or after October 17th, 2013.  The GOP is couldn't even get their people in line for a vote on Tuesday evening [...]