Should or must Donald Trump resign from the presidency of the United States?
According to conservative columnist Quin Hillyer, the question is not only should, but “must”
On Tuesday, when he testified in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee, did Attorney General Jeff Sessions acquit himself on the issue of collusion with the Russians? Was it proper for him to not to answer questions posed to him by Senators if those questions dealt with conversations he had with the President of the United States, Donald Trump?
How do you deal with the most powerful man in the world who tweets statements that might be hurtful to the country and to his own legal interests and whose poll numbers are the lowest for any new president in history?
The Trump administration in meltdown? Is the Trump train falling off its track? This is exactly what appears to be the case
According to conservative columnist Quin Hillyer, Trump should not be President.
That comment puts it lightly compared to some of the other statements Hillyer made in our Bayoubuzz Facebook Live interview earlier today.
Did New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the City of New Orleans err when it took down the statue of P.G.T. Beauregard last night?
Conservatives are known to love tax breaks and that’s what President Donald Trump presented yesterday with his one-page tax outline. But, there are signs that many conservatives are not enamored with the proposal, at least, not yet.
Have the conservative Freedom Caucus and advocacy organizations such as Freedom Works and Heritage Action "screwed the American people"?
That's the feeling expressed by at least one long-time conservative Republican, who, as millions of others were outraged by the destruction of the Obamacare "repeal" and replacement, on Friday.
This morning, Bayoubuzz publisher Stephen Sabludowsky joined radio host Jeff Crouere and Quin Hillyer, a native New Orleans writer who has written a series of pieces about Gov. Bobby Jindal in The Advocate and the National Review. Yesterday, he published the column “Jindal Takes the Stage” in the National Review.