I
t has become rather obvious in the last couple of months that Sean Spicer’s job as Press Secretary is to pick up after his boss, especially when, within a short week he announces various major shifts in policy.

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onald Trump is doubling down on the unsubstantiated wiretapping claims against his predecessor as well as his unproven allegation that former national security adviser Susan Rice may have committed a crime.

T
he alt-right is a movement which equates American greatness with preserving white Protestant culture. In that sense it is an ethnic movement which emphasizes its own culture at the expense of other cultures.

N
o coherent long range foreign policy seems to be discernible in the White House so far. What one hears are plenty of bosterous threats and dire warnings. It seems that for this administration the use of force is a policy in itself.

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ince last summer, when Trump was a presidential candidate, the FBI has been secretly monitoring the communications of one of his advisers for possible links between Russia and the Trump campaign. To spy on American citizens a court order is mandated by law. The FBI did in fact obtain from a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge.

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s part of his so called tax reform agenda Trump has put on the table a proposal which is quite revealing of his true intentions: elimination of the payroll tax which funds Social Security and part of Medicare, or at the very least cut it drastically. It’s nothing short but a back-door way of cutting Social Security benefits.

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espite his recent popular bellicose foreign policy initiative in Syria Donald Trump’s approval ratings continue to slide. A Democratic Atlanta newcomer from the Millennial generation, Jon Ossoff, is politically positioning himself to take advantage of the situation. He is a former congressional aide and a film maker by profession.

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resident Donald Trump has recently signed a repeal of internet privacy rules despite criticism that it threatens to undermine online safety as well as to enable unconstitutional mass surveillances.

A scathing first of four parts editorial on President Trump has appeared in the Los Angeles Times. It said, among other things, that “It was no secret during the campaign that Donald Trump was a narcissist and a demagogue who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in American voters.

A Cambridge City Council is slated to vote on a resolution calling for the U.S. House of Representatives to begin impeachment procedure based on alleged conflicts of interests. Other city councils who have also initiated such a procedure are Richmond, Virginia, Berkeley, California, and Alameda, California.

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