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Obama Commerce Department Shows One ACA-led Tax Cost Industry 28k Jobs

Armstrong Williams, In a corner of the U.S. Department of Commerce website cluttered with millions of statistics and data sits a series of numbers that paint a stark reality of Obamacare. Most notably, just how much damage one tax created by this onerous law has wielded on U.S. manufacturers across the country. Earlier this morning,

First Lessons for the Trump White House

Armstrong Williams, We are barely two weeks into the presidency of Donald J. Trump, and a few things are becoming evident, while still others are slowly crystalizing around a man and an administration that will truly be unlike any other this institution has seen. And the hard truth is: He is completely comfortable with that

Fires in Israel Could Spell Danger Ahead for America

Armstrong Williams, Thousands of firefighters risked their lives in Israel over the past week as they battled hundreds of fierce wildfires. Neighboring friendly nations, including Croatia, Greece, Jordan, Egypt, Italy, Russia and Turkey, did not hesitate to come to Israel’s aid, sending additional personnel and firefighting aircraft. Never to be outdone, on Saturday, the United

Ben Carson would give ‘very serious consideration’ to Cabinet post

Less than a week after saying he would not seek a Cabinet position in the Trump administration, the retired neurosurgeon told Fox News Channel’s “Fox Report Weekend” on Sunday that he was open to accepting a spot on Trump’s White House team. “Basically, I’ve said my preference is to be outside and to act as

Our Media Elite

Armstrong Williams, As the largest minority broadcast television owner, I have an interesting perspective as it pertains to the news and reporting. Knowing that millions of Americans rely on the local news and print journalist for information pertinent to their respective communities. The media has an obligation to be as balanced as possible in their reporting, but millions

Media is Now Out to Utterly Destroy Trump, and they are Failing

Armstrong Williams, This election cycle, the media’s influence has extended far beyond their tradition roles as reporters and provocateurs to actually framing the public debate. By selectively releasing a decade-old ‘hot mic’ moment in which Donald Trump spoke in demeaning, graphic sexual terms about women, the media sought to circumvent the focus on the issues

Americans Finally Get a Bite at the Apple

Armstrong Williams, Perhaps one of the most underreported stories of recent weeks was the European Union’s ruling on Apple’s tax arrangement with Ireland. After a three-year investigation, the EU levied what is believed to be the largest and most controversial tax penalty in its thirty year history. The implications of this are obviously of great

Donald Trump and the Catholic Vote

Armstrong Williams, A new poll from the Public Opinion Research Institute indicates that Donald Trump is down 23 points among Catholics compared to Hillary Clinton. This massive deficit remains “one of the most undersold story lines of the 2016 election” according to the Washington Post, but that doesn’t mean a lot of ground can’t be