Oct
14
2017

Behind Trump’s latest moves: A return to constitutional government

Do you remember how glum Barak Obama looked after last year’s election? It wasn’t because he liked Hillary Clinton. Instead, he was mourning for the last four years of his administration. He was looking at all his unconstitutional executive orders going down the tube. Obama kept the Affordable Care Act looking healthy via an extra-constitutional ... Read more
Oct
10
2017

Trump is overwriting Obama’s unlawful green schemes

One by one, the artifacts of President Barack Obama’s rule by administrative fiat are tumbling. The latest is his signature Clean Power Plan that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt says he’ll begin the arduous process of unwinding. via Trump is overwriting Obama’s unlawful green schemes | New York Post. ... Read more
Oct
06
2017

Jimmy Carter returns to the scene of his nuclear crime

Fool me once, the saying goes, shame on you. Fool me twice, three times, four times — then you must be Jimmy Carter. Carter negotiated a sweetheart deal that gave Pyongyang two nuclear reactors and $5 billion in aid in return for its promise to quit seeking nukes. Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize for ... Read more
Sep
28
2017

Tom Price says he’ll pay taxpayers for charter flights, fly commercial now

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price apologized for using private planes on government and personal business and said he will reimburse taxpayers for the cost of the flights. “I regret the concerns this has raised regarding the use of taxpayer dollars. … It is clear to me that in this case, I was not ... Read more
Sep
10
2017

We may be witnessing a turning point in the Trump presidency

Keep these numbers in mind: 316 to 90 and 80 to 17. They were the lopsided votes in the House and Senate in support of the deal President Trump made with Democratic leaders on storm aid, the debt limit and government funding. Remarkably, all the no voters were Republicans. The numbers shout that we are ... Read more
Jul
16
2017

Janet Yellen has no idea what she’s talking about

If you have ever wondered just how detached Washington is, all you had to do was tune into Fed chief’s Janet Yellen’s semiannual trip to the Capitol Hill. There they were — Yellen and members of Congress yucking it up, utterly blind to the real financial pressures ordinary regular Americans feel each and every day. ... Read more
Jun
28
2017

The media will do anything to bash Trump — and now they’re hurting

CNN is suffering an especially bad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, even trying to make a virtue of its hostility to the president. In doing so, executives conveniently confuse animus with professional skepticism, and cite growing audiences as proof of their good judgment. The bottom line matters, and there is certainly an audience for hating ... Read more
Jun
26
2017

Supreme Court agrees to review Trump’s travel ban

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to enforce its 90-day ban on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries, overturning lower court orders that blocked it. The action is a huge victory for President Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his nascent presidency. via Supreme Court agrees to review Trump’s travel ban ... Read more
Jun
23
2017

Trump: Mueller’s friendship with Comey is ‘very bothersome’

President Trump said it is “very bothersome” that the man investigating possible ties between his presidential campaign and Russia is good friends with ousted FBI director James Comey. The president was asked in an interview to be broadcast Friday morning on “Fox and Friends” whether special counsel Robert Mueller should step down because of his ... Read more
Jun
22
2017

Senate GOP unveils new health care bill

The Senate unveiled its plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare on Thursday, a bill that would cut Medicaid, eliminate penalties for people who don’t buy insurance and cut tax hikes enacted to pay for the Affordable Healthcare Act’s expanded care. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell developed the bill behind closed doors, angering Democrats and some ... Read more
Jun
21
2017

Dems Suddenly Worry Trump Impeachment Could Backfire

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said this week what liberal writers have been warning about for weeks: Impeaching and removing President Donald Trump could backfire. The replacement for Trump, as fantastical as it would be to imagine his removal, would still not be defeated 2016 contender Hillary Clinton or a progressive in good standing. It would ... Read more
Jun
16
2017

Father of comatose student freed by North Korea slams Obama

The father of the American student left comatose after 18 months in a North Korean prison has criticized former President Barack Obama for not doing enough to free his son. “The question is, ‘Do I think the past administration could have done more?’ ” Fred Warmbier, Otto Warmbier’s dad, said at a press conference in ... Read more
Jun
03
2017

London Bridge attack – cops ‘shoot three terrorists dead’ as seven victims killed after extremists plough into revellers at 50mph ‘before jumping out and stabbing people’

At last six people have died and 20 hurt following the 10:08pm attack. Staff at a packed pub locked the doors as the gang tried to smash their way in. One man was stabbed five times. Assistant Commissioner of Met Police Mark Rowley confirmed that all three of the depraved attackers were shot and killed ... Read more
Jun
01
2017

Trump pulls US out of Paris climate deal

President Trump announced Thursday that the US will pull out of the Paris global climate pact — fulfilling a campaign promise but alarming other world leaders and even going against the wishes of fossil fuel giants like Exxon and BP. “The United States will withdraw from the Paris climate accord but begin negotiations to re-enter ... Read more