Kurt Schlichter, Saturday morning, America awoke to the sunniest of sunshine, despite the lingering smoke in the air from the Democrats’ celebration of the peaceful transfer of power. Children laughed and birds sang, while across the fruited plains echoed the delightful howl of genderfluid weirdoes wailing “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!” Who will ever forget the festival of schadenfreude
Bill Murchison, It’s time, if you please, just to get on with the Trump administration. Part the curtains and let’s see what happens, as possibly contrasted with the awfulness said to lie in wait for the world: government by military officers; environmental degradation; the bullyragging of American corporations; and not least, the referral of U.S.
Thomas Sowell, We are now in a kind of political no-man’s-land between an administration on its way out and a new administration taking shape. Predictions are always risky — and nowhere more so than in times like these. What we can do, however, is assess where we are, and what some of the opportunities and
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Department of Defense said Tuesday that he was “grateful” to be nominated as House Republicans introduced a must-pass spending bill that included language designed to expedite his confirmation. Retired Marine Gen. James “Mad Dog” Mattis briefly joined Trump on stage at the president-elect’s “Thank You” rally in Fayetteville,
Kurt Schlichter, I reached peak Twitter this week when I was sucked into a tweet battle with a liberal dwarf. True story. Donald Trump’s victory had the militant munchkin fuming. I have to admit that I was a little short with her myself. But I should be smiling – we conservatives should all be smiling
Brendan Kirby, President-elect blows the lid off Cincinnati ‘thank you’ rally, reaffirms core campaign pledges. In Cincinnati on Thursday, it was almost like the presidential campaign never ended, with President-elect Donald Trump hitting familiar themes from the last 18 months as a large and boisterous crowd roared its approval. Trump the showman also broke a
Donald Trump interviewed top investment executives for the role of Treasury Secretary as the president-elect continues stitching together the administration that will take over the White House in January. Meetings at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on Sunday with Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence featured at least three potential candidates with deep
Recently retired Marine Corps General James “Mad Dog” Mattis is the front-runner to be Secretary of Defense. General David Petraeus is also on the short-list, but both would need a waiver as they haven’t been retired for the required seven years. The retired 4-star Marine Corps general is a leading candidate to become Team Trump’s Secretary