Trump Budget Blueprint Steals from Meals on Wheels

(Arlington, VA — March 22, 2017) – The Trump 2018 Budget Blueprint will shift $54,000,000,000 from civilian programs to military spending, breaking the backs of the country’s middle-class and its most-needy. Neither Donald Trump (R-NY) nor the Republican-controlled Congress seems to care. “In providing tax breaks to corporations and the country’s millionaires and billionaires, the…

In the Oval Office, Sofa So Good

(Washington, DC — March 2, 2017) – An advisor to Donald Trump (R-NY) found a new way to demean, degrade, and dehumanize the Office of the President of the United States. Given everything that’s taken place since January 20, that’s saying something. On February 27, Chancellor Squirrelhead hosted the leaders from the country’s Historically Black Colleges…

Trump’s Promises Short on Performance

(Washington, DC — February 20, 2017) – Donald Trump (R-NY) today marked one month of being the Leader of the Free World. That’s no more comforting than it was a month ago. For sane Americans, it seems like years ago that Squirrelhead Donald became Chancellor Squirrelhead, the first illegitimate President of the United States. “It’s…

DeVos Schooled

(Washington, DC — February 10, 2017) – Inexperienced and incompetent Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tried to make things “business as usual” on Day One of her new post. Apparently, she’s too inexperienced and incompetent to know that it just wasn’t going to happen. Her agenda called for a visit to a public school in…

For Education Secretary, Basic Math Adds Up to Cabinet Post

(Washington, DC — February 8, 2017) – With the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, sane Americans today attempted to come to grips with the death of the American public education system. Apparently, $200,000,000 in political donations does buy you something. On a 51-50 vote, the Senate confirmed Donald Trump’s (R-NY) Secretary of…

DeVos. Divisive. Diverst.

(Washington, DC — February 7, 2017) – For years, the Republican Party has wanted to kill the Department of Education. Today, they got their wish. On a 51-50 vote, the Senate confirmed Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s (R-NY) choice for the next Secretary of Education. Two Republican Senators – Lisa Murkowski (AK) and Susan Collins (ME)…