I'll concede your constitutional point that the 2nd Amendment prohibits us from making law that infringes on the right of “the people” to keep and bear arms. Now you will concede that it is equally constitutionally clear in the 24th Amendment that no government fee can impede a citizen's right to vote.
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The first black female Republican elected to Congress took Donald Trump to task for his ongoing string of racist tweets attacking non-white Democratic figures.
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'And common cause, I think, can transcend partisanship and I think that's the way that we should go.'
Trump found critics in nearly every corner for his Mexico tariffs.
In the midst of partisan rancor, two sides will come together with a common purpose.
Bill now faces difficult future in the Senate.
Are politicians allowed to drop swear words when they speak, ever?
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When Trump emerged victorious in the 2016 presidential elections, many wondered what that would mean for American politics and also for the global political scenario.