The 2016 Department of Defense budget was nearly $600 billion dollars. The new Trump Administration is proposing to increase DoD spending while reducing domestic spending. Do you agree with this?
US Defense Department spending compared to the rest of the world.
Cameron Harris wrote a false article about Hillary Clinton rigging the election. He made up the story, the names, and used an old photo from a British election. According to him, he did this simply to make advertising money. He also influenced the election and made Americans more ignorant.
What do you call him?
According to the Obama Whitehouse and 17 US intelligence agencies, Russia was behind the hack into the DNC servers during the 2016 election. Information proving this, has not been released to the public. The Obama Administration has since ordered sanctions against Russia and removed 35 Russian diplomats from the US.
President-elect Donald Trump has stated the following about the possible Russian hack.
"I think we ought to get on with our lives."
"...move on to bigger and better things."
"Nevertheless, in the interest of our country and its great people, I will meet with leaders of the intelligence community next week in order to be updated about the facts of this situation"
"The "Intelligence" briefing on so-called "Russian hacking" was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!"
"Great move on delay (by V. Putin) - I always knew he was very smart!"
Do you agree with Donald Trumps approach?
Republicans in Congress, running for President, and ordinary citizens, have been warning that Obama and the Democrats are trampling the Constitution and our 2nd Amendment rights (despite that fact that nothing has changed related to gun control). These Republicans believe they are the defenders of our Constitution. Yet when Colin Kaepernick decides to demonstrate his 1st Amendment rights, they call him a traitor to our country. He is spitting on our flag. He is spitting on our troops. Is this hypocritical?
The Senate currently consists of 54 Republicans, 44 Democrats, and 2 Independents (who caucus with Democrats). This November, 34 Senate seats are up for election, of which Republicans control 24. To gain control, the Democrats will need to gain 5-7 seats (5 if including the 2 Independents). Can the Democrats win back the Senate in 2016?