There are a few sides at each others’ throats since the inauguration of Donald J. Trump on January 20, 2017. There are the militant feminists (a very large number by the way), pro-Trump populist middle-classers, so-called conservatives, Never-Trumpers, leftists and progressives, States Rights supporters and on and on. All focused in some way or another on Trump and Washington D.C..
Pro-Trump populists believe Trump will, “make America Great Again,” and this probably has more to do with economic issues (jobs, taxes and income) than Trump’s views on social policy. They are probably also weary of the Bush/Obama/McCain/Graham war, war, war policies of the last few decades. Continue Reading