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Priebus on sanctuary cities

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus defended President Donald Trump Wednesday evening over a move to block federal funds meant for so-called “sanctuary cities” that harbor immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally.  “Should places in this country that ignore the laws of this country when it comes to immigration receive federal money into their

Priebus: ‘If you defy the laws of this country, you shouldn’t receive federal taxpayer dollars’

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus defended President Donald Trump’s move to block federal funds meant for so-called “sanctuary cities” that harbor immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally.  “Should places in this country that ignore the laws of this country when it comes to immigration receive federal money into their communities?” Priebus asked Fox

Tom Cotton to Schumer: “Eight Years Ago, I Was Getting My Ass Shot at in Afghanistan”

Daniel Greenfield, The theme is political obstructionism. Schumer wants to keep the real business of politics, moving money around, flowing. But he also needs to service the needs of key Dems to posture and obstruct Trump’s nominees. Some want to do this to position themselves for a 2020 run, Warren and Booker come to mind, others

Jeff Sessions as our next attorney general should reassure, not alarm, all Americans

Larry Alex Taunton, “There was one moment in Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing,” writes Slate’s Dahlia Lithwick, “that revealed why so many are so terrified of him.”  Lithwick deemed this moment so inflammatory that she called it “reprehensible” and “gobsmacking.”  Somewhat more restrained, Politico’s Seung Min Kim and Josh Gerstein said it was “head-scratching.” What was

Can the œVery Liberal Celebrate Independence Day?

Jack Kerwick,  Gersh Kuntzman of the Daily News is calling for Major League baseball to permanently ban the playing of “God Bless America.”  While conceding some of its virtues, Kuntzman laments that the classic jingle “embodies” some of “our worst things,” vices like “self-righteousness, forced piety,” and “earnest self-reverence.”  Kuntzman approvingly alludes to a 2013

Saudi Daily: ˜Satanic’ Bill Allowing Kingdom to be Sued For 9/11 Will ˜Open Gates Of Hell’ For U.S.

Breitbart, The article accuses the U.S. of bypassing international law. TEL AVIV – The Saudi press slammed the U.S. for its “despicable” double standard in regard to a proposed bill that would allow victims of the September 11 attacks to sue the kingdom, claiming that the move would “open the gates of hell,” enabling all countries that have

Allen West: The Decline of American Regard

When I was a Congressional representative from South Florida, one of the major concerns was beach renourishment, the process of pumping sand back onto eroded beaches. The district I represented was all coastline, from Ft. Lauderdale up to Jupiter Inlet, and one of the major economic concerns was the erosion of the beaches. As we

Donald J. Trump Announces Expansion of Nomination Efforts Under Convention Manager Paul Manafort

Today Donald J. Trump is announcing that he is consolidating the functions related to the nomination process and assigning them to Convention Manager, Paul Manafort. In this capacity, Mr. Manafort will oversee, manage, and be responsible for all activities that pertain to Mr. Trump’s delegate process and the Cleveland Convention. Working closely with Campaign Manager