Should Kamala Harris run for president?

Many believe Kamala Harris is just who Democrats need to lead them to victory in 2020. The junior senator from California has become a rising star due in part to her role on the Senate Intel Committee. Harris has had a long career in public service, serving as California's Attorney General under Gov. Jerry Brown. But others believe she is too "corporate" and inexperienced, and should step aside so…

Is President Trump a hypocrite for condemning Al Franken?

In a series of Tweets, President Trump condemned Sen. Al Franken for allegedly kissing and groping a woman without her consent. Some believe liberals are being hypocritical for protecting Democrats accused of assault. But others think Trump is the biggest hypocrite of them all. After being caught on tape bragging about assaulting women, and with over a dozen women accusing Trump of assault, the pr…

Should Democrats shut down the government?

House Republicans just passed their tax reform bill, which critics argue only benefits the rich. Democratic votes are required to move a spending bill through the Senate, and many are calling on Democrats to shut down the government if Republicans refuse to fix DACA, protect Obamacare and reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program. But others think a government shutdown is bad politics, a…

Is profanity protected by the First Amendment?

A Texas sheriff threatened to bring disorderly conduct charges against a truck driver for displaying a sticker that read "F--K TRUMP AND F--K YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM." The driver claimed she was just exercising her right to free speech. But some argue obscenity displayed in public places is not protected by the First Amendment, and nobody wants young children seeing curse words at every turn. What…

Should Al Franken resign from the Senate?

Los Angeles broadcaster Leeann Tweeden alleged Sen. Al Franken "kissed and groped" her without her consent in 2006, and released a photo to back up her claim. Many are calling on the junior senator from Minnesota to resign, but Franken himself released an apology and claimed the photo was "clearly intended to be funny." Others believe it is hypocritical for conservatives to call for Franken's resi…

Should tax dollars pay for gender reassignment surgery?

The Pentagon confirmed in a statement that it would pay for a transgender soldier's gender reassignment surgery for the first time. Many have applauded the Pentagon's decision—if an individual chooses to fight for our country, the least we can do is pay their medical bills. But others argue taxpayer dollars shouldn't cover surgeries they contend are "elective," and believe the military is no place…

Should Congress save Obamacare?

The Senate GOP tax reform bill seeks to repeal the individual mandate which requires Americans to have some form of health insurance, effectively gutting Obamacare. President Trump has repeatedly urged Congress to let Obamacare fail if they are unable to repeal and replace it, but many Americans want to see Obamacare fixed rather than torn down. Hardliners still believe Obamacare is too broken to…

Should Fox News fire Shepard Smith?

Shepard Smith angered many Fox News viewers when he debunked the Uranium One "scandal" pushed by several political pundits on the network. Smith called President Trump's accusations "inaccurate" and scolded Republicans who have been calling for a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton. Some Fox News viewers are calling on the network to fire Smith, and think he'd be better suited for CNN o…

Is the media unfair to Melania Trump?

Melania Trump has been the center of criticism since becoming First Lady of the United States―from making poor fashion choices in disaster zones to launching an all-too-ironic anti-bullying campaign. Many believe people should leave Melania alone, and feel if she was a Democrat she would be revered in the media. But other's think Melania is fair game. She was a huge advocate for the birther conspi…

Does President Trump golf too much?

President Trump promised to take no long vacations while in office and criticized President Obama for taking too many trips. But President Trump took a 17-day "working vacation" in August and has already played golf 35 times according to Politifact. Some argue a fatigued president serves no one, and presidents can work and play at the same time. But others insist the job of the president requires…