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Major Trump Critic Joins The Donald In Attacking House Freedom Caucus

Ulysses Arn, Red State Politics can create the strangest of bedfellows and nothing could be stranger than seeing one of the leading critics of everything Donald Trump did and said during the 2016 election cycle joining forces with President temper tantrum to attack the House Freedom Caucus for derailing the fraudulent Obamacare repeal and replacement

House GOP tweaks health care bill with eye to helping seniors

House Republican leaders announced proposed changes to their health care overhaul late Monday in an effort to shore up support from the GOP’s rank-and-file ahead of an expected floor vote later this week.  The bill’s 43-page “manager’s amendment” is aimed at placating Republicans unhappy that nonpartisan analysts said the legislation would drive up costs for

Senate & House Conservatives Oppose ‘Obamacare Lite’ Legislation; Have Better Replacement

Frank Camp, Ever since the American Health Care Act was introduced by House Republicans, conservatives have been blasting it as “Obamacare Lite.” Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro recently wrote about the bill’s five most critical faults. It “retains requirements that insurance cover people with pre-existing conditions,” making insurance into a “piggy bank” rather than a

Trump lashes out at latest travel ban ruling: ‘It makes us look weak!’

President Trump slammed a Hawaii federal judge who halted his revised travel ban from going into effect Wednesday, saying the ruling was “unprecedented judicial overreach.” “This ruling makes us look weak,” Trump thundered at a rally in Nashville, Tenn., before vowing that he would “fight this terrible ruling … as far as it needs to

PATHETIC: University Removes Scale From Gym After ‘Triggering’ Students

Amanda Prestigiacomo, Social Justice Warriors have placed their crosshairs on the ever-triggering scale, which makes perfect sense since scales inform us of objective facts and we all know how the left feels about those. Carleton University has made the decision to remove the weight scale from their campus gym after a student complained about being “triggered” by the device … which, presumably, she chose to

Doing Your Part to Cultivate Civil Dialogue

Terry Paulson, In The National, Joseph Dana wrote: “Social media encourages aggressive discourse. The louder one is on Twitter, for example, the more followers and attention one receives. The more dramatic the update on Facebook, the more ‘likes’ it will get. Given the brevity of Twitter and its inherent commodification of discourse, deep discussion is discouraged. As such,

Civil Forfeiture Turns Cops Into Criminals

Ed Feulner, Living in a free society brings benefits, but also responsibilities. One of the most important is keeping an eye on government. You never know when lawmakers will try to do something bad — or something that seems good initially, then goes spectacularly wrong. A prime example of the latter: civil forfeiture. Civil forfeiture

US spies reportedly keeping intelligence from Trump

Sensitive intelligence is being withheld from President Trump by U.S. intelligence officials because they are reportedly concerned that the information could be compromised. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that in some cases officials opted not to show the president how it collected the information. The paper, citing both former and current officials, said the

Wanted: An American Truth Commission

Diana West, Probably more than anything else, “Drain the swamp” was the slogan of the Deplorables in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign. Candidate Trump introduced the phrase to describe his ethics program in mid-October, but it quickly came to sum up, part battle-cry, part prayer, the anti-Establishment fervor that would carry him

New FCC chair closely guards his strategy to restructure net neutrality

The new chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission under President Donald Trump is keeping under wraps his strategy to revise or reverse the Obama administration’s “net neutrality” rules, but emphasized he is committed to ensuring an open internet. Ajit Pai, 44, a Republican lawyer who has served as a FCC commissioner since 2012, strongly

‘Worst of the worst’ blocked Obama from keeping promise to close Gitmo

President Obama’s famous pledge to close the Pentagon’s Guantanamo Bay detention facility was ultimately done in by the very evil of the men it houses. While hundreds of enemy combatants and terror suspects have been through the facility since the war on terror began – with many returning to the fight – the most hardcore