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McConnell’s silencing of Warren was brilliant

John Fund, Yes, Mitch McConnell’s slapdown of Elizabeth Warren was justified but… The delay and denounce tactics of Democratic senators finally got to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Tuesday night, he used a seldom-deployed  rule to end the speech Senator Elizabeth Warren (R-Mass.) was making against the confirmation of fellow Senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general. McConnell

Showdown! NFL MVP Matt Ryan for the Falcons Against Tom Brady and the Patriots

Daniel Leberfeld, Sports play as an escape from real world negativity. Unfortunately, the sports and political worlds collide quite a bit recently. Whatever your political persuasion, the actual game on Super Bowl Sunday should prove fun to watch. Neither the cast of the Mike Pence-hating musical Hamilton singing “America the Beautiful” pregame nor activist-singer Lady

Tom Brady and the secret hiding in plain sight at Super Bowl 2017

Dr. Marc Siegel, Football, supposedly the ultimate physical game, is in fact almost entirely mental. This is why New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who is injured and can’t play in Super Bowl LI on Sunday, can still inspire his team by dressing as a caveman and performing the first ever “prehistoric” high-five and

Beginning of the End for the Regulatory State?

Scott Rasmussen, The shorthand description of Neil Gorsuch is that he’s a younger version of the man he’s likely to replace on the Supreme Court — Justice Antonin Scalia. Therefore, his nomination is seen by many as merely restoring the balance that existed on the Court for most of the past decade — 4 conservative

The Left Won’t Stop Threatening Violence Against Trump

Ben Shapiro, We’re barely a week and a half into President Trump’s administration, and the left is in sheer panic mode. We’ve seen headlines blaring that Trump instituted a Muslim ban (he didn’t). We’ve seen speculation that the Trump White House’s failure to clearly inform the Department of Homeland Security how to implement his immigration

Trump Taps ‘Superb Intellect’ Gorsuch for Supreme Court

Jim Stinson, President nominates jurist described by GOP senator as ‘best person imaginable’ to replace Scalia. President Donald Trump picked Neil Gorsuch, a federal jurist, to be the ninth Supreme Court justice Tuesday. Trump made the announcement at an 8 p.m. news conference with Gorsuch in the White House. “I think this pick is the

Trump’s Approval Rating Hits 59 Percent

Leah Barkoukis, Good news for the White House: President Trump’s approval rating among likely voters reached 59 percent on Thursday, according to Rasmussen Reports. Forty-one percent disapprove. The latest figures include 44% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 31% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of

Trump invites Netanyahu to Washington for visit: White House

President Donald Trump invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit Washington in early February during a phone call in which they discussed the importance of strengthening the U.S.-Israeli relationship, the White House said on Sunday. In his first call with Netanyahu since taking office on Friday, Trump stressed his “unprecedented commitment to Israel’s security.”

Why Those Who Wear ‘P***yhats’ Will Help Re-Elect Trump

Ben Shapiro, In an attempt to do something of deep import, half a million Americans across the country took to the streets on Saturday. Many donned pink hats they labeled “pussyhats”; these were knit caps with cat ears. Why? Because they were protesting the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who was infamously caught on tape

Colin Flaherty: “Racial Inflamer” or Bold Truth Teller?

Jack Kerwick, My colleague, a white man of the left, sympathizes with Black Lives Matter and could typically be counted upon to presume the guilt of police officers in those highly publicized instances of alleged “police brutality” like, say, those involving Mike Brown, Eric Garner, and Freddie Gray, cases that BLM has exploited. In the

President Donald Trump: The First 100 Days!

Bryan Crabtree, WASHINGTON D.C. — If you thought the election of 2016 was volatile and embarrassing, you haven’t seen anything yet. The first one-hundred days of Donald J. Trump’s presidency will bring continued political polarization, fear-mongering and controversy. Most of the embarrassing moments won’t be Trump’s counterpunches. It will be the stirred-emotions resulting from the