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Donald Trump’s Top 10 Accomplishments in His First Month in Office

John Hawkins, Despite all the hysteria you’re seeing from the Left, the mainstream media and from some Republicans who still at this late date can’t get over the fact that he won the primaries, Trump has actually had a dynamite first month in office. Trump may not fare so well if you judge him on

Trump signs memo to defeat ISIS and order to curtail ex-officials from lobbying

President Trump on Saturday signed one executive order and two memoranda — to lengthen the ban on administration officials working as lobbyists and two related to national security, particularly strengthening efforts to defeat the Islamic State terror group. The order on the lobbying ban extends the existing one from two years to five years and

The secret meaning of Donald Trump’s revolutionary first 100 hours

Richard Manning, Donald Trump walked into the Oval Office on the first Monday of his presidency less than 100 hours ago, and what has ensued is a frenzy of focused activity aimed at national and job security. Through a series of executive actions, the president has been checking off his campaign promises like a Friday

Trump wrestles control from Trilateral elite, Keeps Campaign Promise

Kit Daniels | Infowars, In an unprecedented move for a politician, President Trump pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership after running a campaign to kill the globalist “trade deal.” Trump signed an executive order to withdraw from the TPP on Monday, stating “it’s a great thing for the American worker, what we just

Trump starts first full day in office with prayer service, expected CIA visit

President Trump began his first full day in the White House by attending the traditional, post-inauguration National Prayer Service on Saturday before an expected visit to the CIA. The roughly one-hour, interfaith service at the Washington National Cathedral included the National Anthem and a Muslim prayer. “Hold fast that which is good,” said Bishop Mariann

Japan ratifies Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact despite Trump’s plan to withdraw

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won parliamentary approval Friday for ratification of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, despite U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s plan to withdraw from the 12-nation trade pact. Upper house lawmakers approved the TPP on Friday, heeding Abe’s calls to push ahead with it despite Trump’s rejection of the free-trade initiative championed by President Barack

Donald Trump, and Mike Pence for Peace Prize?

Robert Charles, Wow!  Talk about inclusion … Donald Trump has now personally interviewed or gotten counsel and advice from numerous individuals who must have concluded their campaign bashes had earned them a long stretch in the wilderness.  But not so.   Some of the president-elect’s harshest critics appear to be on short lists for senior

GOP House Leader Wants to Revive TPP: ‘Don’t Withdraw, Renegotiate’

Katie McHugh, The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) may not be dead after all: House Ways and Means Committee Kevin Brady wants to “re-negotiate” Obamatrade during President-Elect Donald Trump’s first term. Brady said the GOP-controlled Congress should defend TPP, called by some the “nascent European Union,” which the outgoing Obama administration reportedly abandoned after Trump’s election. Reuters reports:

Obama administration suspends Pacific trade deal vote effort

U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration has suspended its efforts to win congressional approval for his Asian free-trade deal before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, saying on Friday that TPP’s fate was up to Trump and Republican lawmakers. Administration officials also said Obama would try to explain the situation to leaders of the 11 other countries

Trump election raises big questions for ObamaCare, immigration, Supreme Court

President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t minced words about what legacy legislation would be on the chopping block from President Obama’s administration. From the start, Trump has vowed to repeal ObamaCare within his first 100 days in office. His upset victory early Wednesday immediately raises thorny questions about what’s next for a range of hot-button issues –

A Guide For Presidentially-challenged Voters

David R. Usher, This presidential race has seen the most colossal battle of rumors, revelations, and revilement in political history. I discovered that a surprising number of my friends and neighbors are still torn about Tuesday.  They do not like either candidate for a variety of reasons. I have helped many friends and neighbors by