Arthur Schaper, I recently discovered an article by author Daniel Lang, an incredible piece brimming with optimism for us conservatives. This quote in his article sums up his argument: “I think that the political landscape in America is going to be drifting towards conservatism for the next 20-40 years.” Do his hopes for an American
Rebecca Hagelin, If ever there was an officer and a gentleman, it is retired Marine Gen. John Kelly. Last week, the White House chief of staff directly addressed the offensive politicization of President Trump’s personal phone call to the grieving widow of a courageous Green Beret who gave his life in a distant land. While
Bryan Dean Wright, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi appeared Sunday on Fox News to defend herself and the Democratic Party’s new initiative – dubbed A Better Deal – aimed at rebuilding her party’s standing with the nation’s voters. Pelosi’s pitch was straightforward: our economy is rigged against America’s workers and only Democrats can fix it.
WASHINGTON – After newly hired White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci set off a firestorm Thursday with vulgar remarks in a New Yorker magazine interview, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was quick to try to put out the blaze. Sanders told reporters outside the White House on Thursday that she hoped Scaramucci could
Senate Republicans failed to pass Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s proposed “skinny repeal” amendment in a vote Friday morning, signaling what could be the end to any hopes of repealing and replacing ObamaCare. As the clock neared 2 a.m. ET, the amendment proposal failed, 51-49, with Republican Sens. John McCain of Arizona, Susan Collins of Maine
Derek Hunter, When I wrote two weeks ago about how liberals would not stop until someone got killed, I was hoping it was more of a warning than a prophecy. Unfortunately, it was not. But the actions and words of leftists in the wake of the attempted slaughter of Republican members of Congress –for the
Michael Brown, Miley, I’m writing this letter to you on the slight chance you’ll read it. If you don’t, many others will, and some of them will begin to pray for you daily. Some of your followers might also read it, and perhaps something in this letter will speak to them. But I write to
Daniel Greenfield, Colleges are already overflowing with academically worthless, but student pleasing, course. And assorted leftist and identity politics courses that are nothing but organizing and radicalizing. This just cuts out the middle man and combines the two into one worthless radical class. Before long we’ll see an academic course on how to set fire
Sean Hannity, There is a well-orchestrated effort by the intolerant left in this country that is designed to silence every conservative voice and by any means necessary. I know, because now they are coming after me. I’ve worked for radio for 30 years and I’ve been at the Fox News Channel for 21 of those.
Barnini Chakraborty, President Trump, who this week boasted at a Wisconsin tool factory that “no administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days,” said in a Friday morning tweet that he’s not getting enough credit from the national media for all his successes. “No matter how much I accomplish during the ridiculous standard of
President Trump’s top officials moved Sunday to define the administration’s foreign policy — saying the Syria air strikes haven’t reversed their stances on ISIS and other world issues but made clear the president will “act in the best interest” of Americans against unchecked threats and aggression. “Our priority in Syria,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
Margaret Menge, ‘Billionaire at the Barricades’ explains roots, appeal of president’s agenda — warns against derailment by elite. Laura Ingraham’s new book about the conservative movement and the election of President Donald Trump, due out later this year, offers crucial insight into a fundamental question: Can Trump go to battle with the Washington political establishment,