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Finally: Jeff Sessions Confirmed As Attorney General (Liberal Tears Flow Again)

Matt Vespa, Sen. Jeff Sessions’ (R-AL) attorney general nomination has been fraught with partisan politics and gimmicks. Senate Democrats pulled every procedural maneuver in the book to delay a committee vote on his nomination. On February 1, Sessions was finally approved by an 11-9 party line vote to move his nomination to the Senate for

Trump’s Reservations Still Loom Over Pending AT&T, Time Warner Merger

Sean Moran, The pathway forward for AT&T’s pending $85 billion merger with Time Warner goes through President Donald Trump’s apprehensions about the deal, concerns that don’t appear to be going away any time soon. The real estate magnate chided the deal on the campaign trail, saying, “It’s too much concentration of power in the hands of too few.”

Ten Questionable Federal Gov’t Expenditures Greater Than Trump’s Border Wall

Jeff Poor, Many of President Donald Trump’s critics are grappling with the reality the U.S. government will actually build the much-ballyhooed border wall Trump had pledged to repeatedly during his campaign. However, those critics are still arguing the money put toward the project would be a waste. The main question now is how the government

The Left Has Pushed ‘Implicit Bias’ Tests For Years. One Problem: They’re Crap.

Ben Shapiro, For years, the left has pushed the notion that Americans are “implicitly biased.” Hillary Clinton repeated this trope throughout the campaign. In her first debate with Donald Trump, Hillary told NBC’s Lester Holt, “I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police. I think, unfortunately, too many of us in

USA Today: Trump Has ‘Broad Powers’ To Prosecute Sanctuary Cities

John Binder, NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – President-Elect Donald Trump will not have to do much when it comes to prosecuting sanctuary cities, USA Today notes. In a new report by USA Today, sanctuary cities can be expected to find themselves on the receiving end of a Trump administration that has “broad powers” in terms of

Trump’s Committee Members And Staff Leadership Positions Serving On Trans. Team

President-elect Donald J. Trump and Vice President-elect and Chairman of the Presidential Transition Team Mike Pence today announced the addition of new Executive Committee members and key staff leadership who will join the Trump-Pence Presidential Transition Team. Joining the distinguished group of Executive Committee members are Congresswoman Amata Coleman Radewagen, Sheriff Butch Anderson, Safra Catz,

Trump Encourages Conservatives With Appointments Demonstrating That People Are Policy

Peter Ferrara,  During the Reagan years, when I served the president in the White House Office of Policy Development, the conservative maxim was “People are policy.” What was meant by that was that if you want conservative policies, you need to appoint conservative people to office. President-Elect Donald Trump is already demonstrating that he is

Who Will Be In The New Trump Administration? All The Names We Know So Far

James Barrett, Trump Tower has seen some familiar political figures, media members and pundits moving in and out at a dizzying pace, but who will be offered an official role in the new Trump administration? Despite early reports of “turmoil” within Team Trump, the president-elect is actually ahead of schedule in making appointments. Below is a list

Trump Hallmark – Sound Cabinet Choices

Robert Charles, If past is prelude, America has a lot to look forward to. Sound cabinet choices across the board by President-elect Trump seem to be emerging, and with regularity. Controversial, at a time when everything is controversial, perhaps. But scrolling back the rhetoric, these choices are rational, thoughtful, experienced and – in a word

FL school confiscates ‘Trump 2016’ flag during ‘national pride’ day

Victor Skinner,  BRADENTON, Fla. – A Manatee High School officials confiscated a Confederate flag with “Trump 2016” emblazoned on it that a student brought to campus Wednesday to celebrate Spirit Week. Wednesday was “national pride” day for Manatee High School’s Spirit Week, and students were encouraged to wear a country’s flag, or to dress in

Jeff Sessions Responds To Clinton Declaration Of Global ‘Right’ To Immigrate

“In a telling admission, Hillary Clinton’s campaign indicated it disagrees with the fundamental premise the world does not have a right to immigrate to the United States. In so admitting, Hillary Clinton’s campaign revealed the true extent of her radical views on immigration—which apparently are that anyone has the right to demand entry into the