• Vote for Stormy Daniels 2020?

    Best answer: Poll: Trump leads Stormy Daniels in 2020 match-up, but not if she uses her real name The adult film star who has alleged an affair with President Trump could lead him in a hypothetical match-up in the 2020 race — but only if she used her real name, according to a new poll. The poll from left-leaning Public Policy... show more
    Best answer: Poll: Trump leads Stormy Daniels in 2020 match-up, but not if she uses her real name
    The adult film star who has alleged an affair with President Trump could lead him in a hypothetical match-up in the 2020 race — but only if she used her real name, according to a new poll.

    The poll from left-leaning Public Policy Polling found that in the match-up between Democrat Stormy Daniels and Republican Donald Trump, 32 percent of people said they would vote for Daniels, trailing behind the 41 percent who said they would vote for Trump.

    But when Daniels’s real name, Stephanie Clifford, is used in the pairing, 42 percent said they would vote for the adult film actress, compared with 41 percent who said they would vote for Trump.

    Daniels has been in the national spotlight for months after The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid her $130,000 to keep quiet about the alleged 2006 encounter just before the election.
    She is suing Trump in an effort to dissolve a decade-old nondisclosure agreement, and added Cohen to the lawsuit on Monday, accusing him of defamation for suggesting she is lying about the affair.

    Daniels defied the nondisclosure agreement and revealed details of the alleged affair, including claiming that she was threatened to keep quiet several years ago, in a “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday.

    Though Daniels has given no indication that she would be interested in running for office in the future, she did briefly consider running for Senate in Louisiana in 2009.
    15 answers · Politics · 5 days ago
  • Should I go back to school?

    I'm currently 22 years old and I'm debating on whether or not I should go back to college. I completed one year at a University right after HS and decided to take time off because I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to pursue at that time. I knew I didn't want to waste money either. My biggest concern... show more
    I'm currently 22 years old and I'm debating on whether or not I should go back to college. I completed one year at a University right after HS and decided to take time off because I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to pursue at that time. I knew I didn't want to waste money either. My biggest concern of going back to school is acquiring more debt. I've already had the reality check considering I've been out of school for a few years and have been paying back on my students loans. The reason I'm confused about going back to school is because I'm in a really good paying job with benefits where I'm making almost $19 an hr WITHOUT a degree. I also work with people who have their bachelor degrees doing the same job as me! I just know that acquiring debt is not what I want to do. Should I stay content where I'm at, and just work my way up or should I consider entering a community college?
    69 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 5 days ago
  • Is Brock Lesnar officially done with WWE will this be his last appearance?

    I don't see a reason for him to return on a part time basis if they can't use him the way they want to the part time thing just can't work for him anymore as people are sick of it--- unless he has some kind of fulltime return which is highly doubtful I don't see a reason to bring Brock Lesnar... show more
    I don't see a reason for him to return on a part time basis if they can't use him the way they want to the part time thing just can't work for him anymore as people are sick of it--- unless he has some kind of fulltime return which is highly doubtful I don't see a reason to bring Brock Lesnar back the guy just has no interest in the company at all and is just using the wwe for a paycheck------ if his heart is in the UFC that's honestly where he should stay plenty of money for him there I don't see a reason for him in wwe they are better off moving on from Lesnar and making the best of their roster why pay Lesnar all that money for such limited work I like Lesnar when he used to be a great performer back in 2002-2004 not this new part time guy who works like 3 times a year making fulltime pay if he wants to work in wwe then he needs to appear much more often this part time thing he has been on can't work What do you think?
    6 answers · Wrestling · 16 hours ago
  • How do you raise a FICO score?

    The only things on my credit report are my school loans, which are not due until after graduation, so no time soon. An old cable bill and an eviction judgement because my parents didn’t pay the rent (once I turned 18 the landlord made me sign the lease, because in their eyes I was a roommate and no longer a child)... show more
    The only things on my credit report are my school loans, which are not due until after graduation, so no time soon. An old cable bill and an eviction judgement because my parents didn’t pay the rent (once I turned 18 the landlord made me sign the lease, because in their eyes I was a roommate and no longer a child) and the eviction is only showing on my credit. I want to pay it off but the debt agency they’re using doesn’t take installments
    4 answers · Credit · 2 days ago
  • Help me suicide?

    13 answers · Psychology · 17 hours ago
  • How can Fox News be removed from Broadcasting?

    Its nothing but lies, far right propaganda and should fall under hate speech and be removed by the government
    Its nothing but lies, far right propaganda and should fall under hate speech and be removed by the government
    37 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • My fellow Americans! by calling a potential interview with Robert Mueller a "perjury trap", is Comrade Bone-spur FINALLY admitting?

    Best answer: Corporal Bone-Spur is essentially admitting guilt. He can't answer questions in front of a grand jury because everybody knows he'll perjure himself. His comment about John W. Dean being a "RAT" was a real giveaway. That is crime-family talk about protecting the guilty. Dean told the truth,... show more
    Best answer: Corporal Bone-Spur is essentially admitting guilt. He can't answer questions in front of a grand jury because everybody knows he'll perjure himself. His comment about John W. Dean being a "RAT" was a real giveaway. That is crime-family talk about protecting the guilty. Dean told the truth, upheld the Constitution, and upheld the law. But because Dean's loyalty is to the nation rather than to his criminal boss, Trump calls Dean a "RAT." What a giveaway!

    For the poor deluded conservatives who think grand jury inquiries should be done by snail mail, welcome to American justice. A jury of any sort needs to see and hear a person speak and to observe their body language to render a fair judgment. That centuries-old system is not going to change just because republicans elected a pathological liar with a criminal past. If you can't do the time, don't do the crime!
    15 answers · Politics · 6 hours ago
  • Why do most men spend a lot of money on women they just met?

    Best answer: Cultural, social and peer expectations
    Best answer: Cultural, social and peer expectations
    33 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Why do women these days hate strong masculine men but want those liberal soy boys who are emotional and scrawny?

    Best answer: Puzzles have the good jobs and money, women like money and easily manipulated men.
    Best answer: Puzzles have the good jobs and money, women like money and easily manipulated men.
    27 answers · Gender Studies · 1 day ago