Stephen Moore, Well, finally we are getting that “summer of recovery.” The July jobs report released Friday was a blockbuster — solid job gains across the economy, the lowest unemployment rate in more than a decade and a nice bump in wages. This was a report that transcends spin. You just have to tip your
John Hawkins, The Democrat Party has run into trouble largely because it became way too radically liberal, way too fast. The Democrat Party of the Clinton years would have been terrified of publicly supporting many of the abominations forced down the throats of the American people during Obama’s tenure as President. However, the Republican Party
Washington Republicans are taking no July 4 holiday on the Senate’s ObamaCare overhaul bill — with President Trump calling senators and Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul pushing a conservative alternative to the existing measure that he says is “lit up like a Christmas tree” with spending. “I don’t think we’re getting anywhere with the
Brian and Garrett Fahy, Senate Republicans this week skipped town without voting on the Republican alternative to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) because many GOP senators (Portman, Collins, Murkowski, Heller, etc.) appear to lack the political courage to repeal Obamacare. Predictably, the blame game has started: it’s Mitch McConnell’s fault; it’s Trump’s fault; it’s
Helen Raleigh, The last couple of months haven’t been very easy on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Liberals put a target on her back from the get go. If not for VP Mike Pence casting the deciding vote at her confirmation, she wouldn’t have become the 11th and our current Secretary of Education. Everywhere she
No one had seen a unicorn Frappuccino until Starbucks introduced one a few weeks ago. This was a frothing phosphate. A bedazzled, purple and pink drink — available for a limited time only. And now it’s gone. Blend such a Frappuccino with the mythical unicorn and you really have something plucked out of the ether.
Linda Chavez, The comparisons between the investigation into Russia’s nefarious involvement in the 2016 presidential election and Watergate aren’t perfect, but there are important lessons Republicans can learn from the latter. We don’t yet know whether anyone in the Trump campaign, knowingly or unknowingly, assisted the Russians in their effort to disrupt the democratic process,
Arthur Schaper, Election 2016 was a nail-biter for us. Would Crooked Hillary prevail and drag the United States into a perverted Dark Ages of progressive tyranny? Or would Trump prevail, and the rest of the country hold its breath for the unexpected? Trump’s administration has been unexpected … and wonderful. Republican pollsters also worried that