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This Democrat Wants To Run For President in 2020. He’ll Get Smoked.

Frank Camp, According to sources close to the New York Post: “Gov. Cuomo has hired two Florida fundraisers, a sign he’s building a national network to launch a presidential bid.” The two consultants — one is former Hillary Clinton money man Jon Adrabi — will help plan events and build relationships with Democratic donors in the

Postal Reform Bill Not Ready to Deliver

Brian McNicoll, Congress seems serious about postal reform this time around. After watching legislation die in the election-shortened Congress last year, a bipartisan group of members have introduced the Postal Service Reform Act of 2017 in the first month of the new Congress. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and

Ted Cruz: “Democrats are the party of the Ku Klux Klan”

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz slammed Senate Democrats on Wednesday for attacking attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions. “The charges she was making against Jeff Sessions are demonstrably false, they’re slanderous, they’re ugly,” Cruz said in an interview with Fox News referring to comments made by his colleague Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). The Massachusetts Senator was reprimanded and

Nice Try, Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Really?

Bryan Crabtree, During cabinet confirmation hearings this week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) asked Dr. Ben Carson (Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary nominee) if he could assure the American people that the Trump Organization would receive no benefits from HUD during President-elect Trump’s term. Awkwardly, Dr. Carson avoided answering the question with a ‘yes’ or

The Chicago Hate Crime is Real Legacy of Barack Obama

Jeff Crouere, After eight long years, thankfully, the second term of President Barack Obama is finally coming to an end. On his way, out of office, the President has issued more executive orders, set aside 1.65 million additional acres for national monuments, released more prisoners and tried to find as many ways as possible to

Choosing Romney As Secretary Of State would be an Insult To All Trump Voters

Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) said the former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) must “repudiate” everything he has said about President-elect Donald Trump before he could be Trump’s secretary of state or it “would be an insult to all those Donald Trump voters who worked really hard.” Huckabee

Trump Hallmark – Sound Cabinet Choices

Robert Charles, If past is prelude, America has a lot to look forward to. Sound cabinet choices across the board by President-elect Trump seem to be emerging, and with regularity. Controversial, at a time when everything is controversial, perhaps. But scrolling back the rhetoric, these choices are rational, thoughtful, experienced and – in a word

Republicans: Reject the Siren Call of the Imperial Presidency

Jesse Hathaway, The election of Manhattan business tycoon and reality television star Donald Trump sent shockwaves through the United States. Republican partisans, however surprised, slept soundly on November 8, knowing that beginning in 2017, they would control both houses of Congress and the White House. Conversely, Democratic partisans are now fearing the rollback of President

Despite Investigations, Obama’s IRS Has Never Stopped Targeting Conservatives

Paul Jossey, The next Tea Party scandal is not only coming, it may already be happening. When it does, the charade will begin anew, and no one will pay a price. “It’s not true, it’s not true, it’s not true, it’s old news.” Standard Washington crisis management says to deflect and deny political scandals until

Hillary Thanks Warren For Reining in Wall Street After Goldman Sachs Basically Endorses Her

Cortney O’Brien, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) used Donald Trump’s insults to her own advantage on Monday. At a Hillary Clinton campaign rally in New Hampshire, Warren introduced the Democratic nominee with a message: “Nasty women are tough. Nasty women are smart. And nasty women vote.” Her remarks were a play on Trump’s insult that Clinton was

Debate Co-Moderator: Martha Raddatz Covered Up ACORN Scandal Before 2008 Election

One of the co-moderators of the next presidential debate in St. Louis, ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, sat through the 2008 election on a major political corruption story that could have changed the trajectory of the election. Raddatz, Breitbart News has learned, refused to publish a story on the alleged improper collusion