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The left should be scared to death after Trump’s first week

Newt Gingrich, The elite left and their propagandists in the media are already in hysterics over President Trump’s first week in office, but for most Americans there are no surprises here. The president is doing exactly what he has said he would do for the last two years on the campaign – immediately get to

Farewell, Radical-in-Chief: Obama says Goodbye to a Nation he Despises

Matthew Vadum, President Barack Hussein Obama bid farewell last night to the nation he despises in what was, for him, a mercifully brief speech. “America is a better, stronger place than it was when we started,” he said in all apparent seriousness. After sending aid and comfort to an Islamic supremacist dictator in Egypt, he

As Gun Violence Rages, Chicago Pols Play Politics

Bob Barr, Seven hundred and sixty-two. That is how many people were murdered in Chicago last year; an appalling number not seen in two decades. Twelve people were killed over Father’s Day weekend in 2016. Another dozen were murdered over the recent Christmas holiday. And, the city’s liberal leaders — including “The Godfather” Rahm Emanuel

Education Policymakers Should Consider Kids’ Happiness by Giving Parents More Power

Teresa Mull, Winter has officially come, and children across the country will spend the next few months stuck in classrooms, gazing longingly out the window while they eagerly wait for spring break. Those kids lucky enough to live in regions where there’s cold weather are surely praying for another big snow storm so that they

Trump Suggests Chicago May Need Federal Help to Reduce Murder

President-elect Donald Trump chided Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel over the city’s 2016 homicide rate, saying he should request assistance from the federal government if he can’t reduce the crime. “Chicago murder rate is record setting – 4,331 shooting victims with 762 murders in 2016. If Mayor can’t do it he must ask for Federal help!,”

Chicago records 762 homicides in 2016, up 57 percent from previous year

The city of Chicago recorded 762 homicides in 2016 — an average of two murders per day, the most killings in the city for two decades and more than New York and Los Angeles combined. The nation’s third largest city also saw 1,100 more shooting incidents than it did in 2015, according to statistics released by

The other half of Trump’s ‘jobs, jobs, jobs’ promise (hint : it’s about skills)

Newt Gingrich, President-elect Trump has said that his administration will be focused on three very important words: Jobs, jobs, jobs. He has outlined a bold agenda to achieve 4 percent economic growth in America, and much of that agenda involves undoing the Obama administration’s disastrous regulations that get in the way of job creation. But

Liberals: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Hid City Business On Personal Emails

Hank Berrien, Apparently Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, whose ties to Hillary Clinton go back decades, apparently learned from her how to use personal emails to cover things up. Emanuel revealed on Wednesday he utilized personal email accounts to conduct public business, permitting him to hide some of his government correspondence from the public. The Better Government

The Gore gambit: Trump meets with parade of liberals amid accusations of divisiveness

Howard Kurtz, When you write a piece that begins “I know how to be a gracious loser,” you’re clearly on the defensive. And that’s where Hillary Clinton’s communications director finds herself right now. Jennifer Palmieri, you may recall, got into it with Kellyanne Conway when she told Donald Trump’s campaign manager at a Harvard forum:

Memo to Emanuel and De Blasio: More Americans Than Ever Want Illegal Felons Deported

Cortney O’Brien,  Following Donald Trump’s election night victory, more Americans than ever are supportive of deporting criminal illegal immigrants, according to a new Rasmussen Reports poll. In a survey of 1,000 likely voters conducted Nov. 15-16, 81 percent said they want to see illegal felons removed from the U.S. This is one percent more than last August.