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Ignore the Antics and Appreciate What’s Coming

Robert Knight,  If you were to ask Chicken Little himself about the progressive mindset since Election Day, he would find it unnervingly alarmist.  “Tell them to chill,” he’d say, shaking his feathery head. You probably don’t need another litany of the vulgar, violent and panic-strewn incidents taking place all over America in the name of

Al Sharpton: ‘We Are Not Going Down Without a Fight and Donald Needs to Know That’

Pam Key, Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” in reacting to Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, Al Sharpton said, “We are not going down without a fight and Donald needs to know that.” Sharpton said, “I think that we are in a real moment like Nixon. I mean, if you look at the backlash after the

Trump Army We Need to Pitch in to Make America Great Again #Vote

In his 1961 Inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed the instantly famous words “ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country”. Unfortunately, many World War II and Korean War veterans did not notice the next paragraph of Kennedy’s address announcing “a new alliance for

Donald Trump: The Patriot Asks Not

David R. Usher, In his 1961 Inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed the instantly famous words “ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country”. This sounded tremendously patriotic in the midst of the surly cold war with the Soviet Union and the looming Cuban

How Trump Can Win the Black Vote to Win the Election #TeamTrump

Roger L Simon, PJMedia the welter of cable commentary over Donald Trump’s overwhelming victories in the so-called “Acela primary” Tuesday, among the most startling was an aside by CNN’s Van Jones that Trump could win the election if he got just 25% of the black vote. Now this didn’t make the African-American activist who co-founded and is

Winning the Black Vote

Autry J. Pruitt, There’s a scene from the television show Blackish in which the character Andre Johnson, a black advertising executive, is approached by a white colleague seeking advice on a new ad campaign. After fumbling through a pathetic white-wimp-speaks-jive schtick, he finally tells Andre, “We wanted to know how you think a black guy

The Tragic Deterioration of Washington’s Great Society Subway

Michael Barone, If you live any distance beyond the Capital Beltway you probably didn’t notice, but an important part of government in Washington shut down on Wednesday, March 16. That’s when the Metro subway system’s recently installed general manager, Paul Wiedefeld, ordered a one-day shutdown of the entire 117-mile system for emergency inspection of track-based

The slow decline of America since LBJ launched the Great Society

George Will  Standing on his presidential limousine, Lyndon Johnson, campaigning in Providence, R.I., in September 1964, bellowed through a bullhorn: “We’re in favor of a lot of things and we’re against mighty few.” This was a synopsis of what he had said four months earlier. Fifty years ago this Thursday, at the University of Michigan, Johnson had

CNN Liberals Bash Justice Clarence Thomas For His Shocking Statements About Race

by Doug Book  Liberal CNN commentators lashed out at Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Tuesday for stating that he received worse race-based treatment from New England liberals than from fellow Georgians during his youth in the 1960s. “The worst I have been treated was by northern liberal elites,” said the justice. “The absolute worst