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Well-Deserved: Paul Ryan Now as Unpopular as Pelosi; McConnell Less Popular

John Nolte, To no one’s surprise, a just-released NBC News poll reveals that feckless Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan has succeeded in becoming just as unpopular as his polarizing predecessor, San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi. The Survey/Monkey poll shows that 30% of those surveyed view Pelosi favorably, a statistical tie with Paul Ryan’s 31%. The

They United Against Insiders and Won

Paul Jacob, The country is divided. Our political process is broken. You can’t fight city hall. Undoubtedly, heads are shaking “yes” all across the fruited plain. Though the signs of political unrest and governmental dysfunction are unmistakable, let’s reconsider the totality of truth in those statements. If the country is so divided, why did people

GOP senator: Obamacare replacement has ‘zero’ chance of passing Senate as is

Hours after the GOP-controlled House narrowly passed a bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, a Republican senator said the bill has “zero chance” to pass the Senate as is. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said the sweeping health care passed Thursday will not pass quickly through the Senate without major adjustments. The New York Post reported

It’s Time to Get Rid of the Legislative Filibuster

Terry Schilling, Congress passed a Omnibus spending bill that will fund the government through the rest of fiscal year 2017. Democrats love the bill because it fully funds Planned Parenthood and specifically omits many of President Trump’s legislative priorities, such as funding for his proposed border wall with Mexico. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi undoubtedly spoke

Budget Director downplays talk of government shutdown over border wall funding

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney declined to say Sunday whether President Trump will insist Congress include money for his border wall in his proposed 2018 budget or risk a government shutdown. “We don’t know yet,” Mulvaney, director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, said on “Fox News Sunday.” “I’m not going

Purists Kill Whatever They Believe In

Dennis Prager, According to The New York Times, 10 moderates, 15 conservatives, and eight other Republicans would have voted against the Republican repeal and replace Obamacare bill. So, then, 15 or so conservatives made it impossible to pass the bill favored by nearly every other Republican and by President Donald Trump. If that is the