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Outraged Trump supporters blame president’s son-in-law for decision to strike Syria

Scott Greer | Daily Caller, The hashtag #FireKushner became the top trending topic on Twitter Friday night, thanks to outraged Donald Trump supporters who blamed Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and top adviser, for the decision to strike Syria. According to the outraged Trump supporters, the Syrian strike was a betrayal of Trump’s “America First”

The Circular Firing Squad

Derek Hunter, President John F. Kennedy once said, “Victory has 100 fathers and defeat is an orphan.” This remains true and was on full display when the first attempt at repealing Obamacare was pulled before a vote in the House of Representatives. Since that moment, Republicans have reverted to their old ways and reformed into

The AHCA Died Because Some Republicans Still Have Values and Spines

Frank Camp, With the news that the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was pulled Friday, and President Trump showing signs that he’s ready to throw down some blame, and retreat to 1600 Penn, it would be easy to feel defeated. However, there’s a silver lining. Yes, House Republicans failed to begin the process of repealing the

Democrats Threaten To Shut Down Government, Media Has No Problem With It

James Barrett, Despite the establishment media’s current meltdown over the Trumpocalypse, the truth is the end of civilization has already occurred. At least that’s what they told us just a few short years ago. In case you’ve forgotten, back in 2013 the dastardly Republicans “shut down the government” for two whole weeks. The result was, well,

Trump previews joint address to Congress, takes blame for ineffective communications

President Trump on Tuesday morning said his joint address to Congress this evening would focus on the central planks of his campaign – the military, the border, jobs and healthcare – and he took responsibility for any communications miscues that have blunted the effectiveness of his message in the early days of the administration. Trump,

Homeland Security Secretary Models Real Leadership

Robert Charles, As the Left gins up protests, media talkers fume over a President’s style, Congress “boycotts” confirmations, and bureaucrats sign “dissent cables,” something else is happening in Washington – and going unnoticed. Leadership is rooting. Former General, now Homeland Security Secretary, James Kelly just modeled it. He did something not often done in Washington