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Like Jackson, Trump is an Intensely American President

Newt Gingrich, President Trump gave a historic speech last week honoring President Andrew Jackson. True to current form, the media largely either missed or maligned it. During his visit to the Hermitage, Jackson’s home and final resting place in Nashville, Tennessee, President Trump paid respects to his predecessor on Jackson’s 250th birthday. He was the

Podesta Falsely Claims Trump, Infowars Held Pizzagate Conference Calls

Kit Daniels | Infowars, Embattled Clinton insider pushes fake conspiracy theory. John Podesta, the embattled former campaign chair for Hillary Clinton, is pushing a fake conspiracy theory implying that President Trump calls Infowars to discuss Pizzagate. The irony is that Podesta, who came under fire after Wikileaks released thousands of emails linking him to “Spirit

The Failure of a Dam in California Is Warning About the Grid

David Grantham, What in the world does the frightening news about the Oroville Dam in California have to do with America’s electric grid? Answer: the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The California state government is scrambling to address the failing dam after heavy rains have damaged the main concrete spillway and water is now pouring

Mexico’s unfilled border tunnels a security risk

Mexico’s inability to fully seal up border tunnels dug by drug smugglers poses a security risk and is an “open invitation” for cartels to carve out new tunnels, according to officials in the United States. On the U.S. side, drug tunnels have been filled with concrete since 2007, after the Los Angeles Times reported that

North Carolina Senate refuses to repeal transgender bathroom law

North Carolina’s Republican-controlled legislature on Wednesday defeated a bipartisan bid to repeal a controversial law restricting bathroom access in the state for transgender people, which has seen months of protests and boycotts by opponents decrying the measure as discriminatory. A one-day special legislative session ended abruptly after the state Senate voted against abolishing a law

Whitewashing the Black President’s Legacy Not at all Scandal-Free?

Brent Bozell, As President Barack Obama’s White House days run out, it’s time for his obsequious courtiers in the liberal media to announce his glorious “legacy.” On Dec. 7, CNN devoted a two-hour prime-time special to the Obama legacy. It was hosted by Fareed Zakaria, a journalist whom Obama had invited to the White House

Victor Davis Hanson: Assessing the Obama Legacy — Against his own Mileposts

Victor Davis Hanson,  In his 2016 State of the Union address, President Obama summarized his achievements. That same night, the White House issued a press release touting Obama’s accomplishments. Now that he will be leaving, how well did these initiatives listed in the press release actually work out? “Securing the historic Paris climate agreement.” The

Americans decide between Clinton and Trump #GoVote

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump face the judgment of the voters on Tuesday as millions of Americans turn out on Election Day to pick the next U.S. president and end a bruising campaign. In a battle centered largely on the character of the candidates, Clinton, 69, a former secretary of state and first