This article documents multiple violations by the Donald J. Trump Foundation regarding false tax filings, using charity money for personal gain. This is all about a charity formed in 1987 as a foundation to supposedly use personal wealth to charities, which turned into an method for people to give money to Trump without handing him a cashed stuffed briefcase.
North Carolina is perhaps the ultimate swing state in 2016: It’s the only one with truly competitive races for president, Senate, and governor. Remarkably, though, not a single seat is expected to change hands in the state’s House delegation, where Republicans hold a lopsided 10-to-3 advantage over Democrats.
History will demand to know which side were you on. This is not a question of politics or party or even policy. This is a question about the very fundamentals of our beautiful experiment in a pluralistic democracy ruled by law. When I see neo-Nazis raise their hands in terrifying solute, in public, in our nation's capital, I shudder in horror. When I see that action mildly rebuked by a boilerplate statement from the President-elect whom these bigots have praised, the anger in me grows
Senior Trump administration staffers including Kellyanne Conway, Jared Kushner, Sean Spicer and Steve Bannon have active accounts on a Republican National Committee email system, Newsweek has learned.
The private detention facilities holding immigrants, which were not part of the Obama-era phasing out plan, is another overlooked subject of human rights violations. Most detainees have committed no crimes other than a misdemeanor for crossing the U.S. border without proper documentation. The are segregated and kept in jail indefinitely and many are treated worse than criminals with practically no medical or legal help available to them. If keeping prisoners locked is more profitable than releasing them, then there is the crux of private prisons and the detriment to America.
Rachel Maddow joined Jimmy Fallon Thursday night on his show and she said that Donald Trump’s NFL tweeting madness was done to make money — despite the humanitarian crisis brewing in Puerto Rico.