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Right-To-Work Reaches 27 States: Why It Matters

Arthur Schaper, The battle lines have been drawn in Washington, D.C. President-Elect Donald Trump will be President-Inaugurated in a week and a half. Mexican cement companies have already offered bid to help build the Big, Beautiful Wall (with or without a door?). The U.S. Senate Republicans already voted to repeal Obamacare. So happy! Now they

Democrats and the Nazi Card

Larry Elder, Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., the odds-on favorite to become the Democratic National Committee’s chairman, had a long association with the anti-Semitic Nation of Islam. He compared then-President George W. Bush and 9/11 to Adolf Hitler and the destruction of the Reichstag, the German parliament building: “9/11 is the juggernaut in American history and

Donald Trump: How He Broke Down the Big Blue Wall

Arthur Schaper, Besides talking about building a wall along the Southern border, Donald Trump broke down a lot of walls in this election. He ended the Democratic play-book of playing the race and gender card. He welcomed more minority voters into the GOP fold. I have many black and Hispanic friends who were solid Dem,

What I Like About Trump … and Why You Need to Vote for Him

Arthur Schaper, For the past year, starting around the first week of November 2015, I wanted someone else besides Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee. Notice that I did not write “anyone,” because some of the 16—or was it 17?—Republican  nominees were unpalatable to me. Yes, at one time I joked that I would

Paul Ryan Says He Voted Early for Trump

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday he voted early for Donald Trump for president but has no plans to appear with the nominee with whom he’s had a tense relationship. “I’m supporting our entire Republican ticket. I have been all along,” Ryan said on Fox News. Trump plans to campaign in Ryan’s home state of

Walker plays Kaine in debate preps for Pence

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is playing the role of Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine in debate preps for Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence, Fox News confirmed Saturday. A source for the Trump-Pence campaign said Walker has been and will be portraying Kaine, the senator from Virginia, in upcoming mock debates. The source also said Pence,

Here is The Full RNC Convention Schedule

Katie Pavlich, The following 2016 Republican Convention agenda has been provided by the Republican National Committee and is subject to change. The convention, being held in Cleveland, starts Monday and concludes Thursday:  Program Hours: Monday, July 18th – 1:00 PM Start TimeTuesday, July 19th – 5:30 PM Start TimeWednesday, July 20th – 7:00 PM Start

Trump’s RNC lineup features at least 20 current or former lawmakers

CLEVELAND –  There are war heroes, a casino magnate and even an underwear model in the lineup, yet Donald Trump is relying heavily on his party’s establishment to fill the speaking program for next week’s Republican National Convention. The presumptive presidential nominee has approved a convention program that features at least 20 current or former

Former Facebook staffers say conservative news is deliberately suppressed

Howard Kurtz, Facebook is being accused of fiddling with its formulas to suppress conservative news. That’s what some unnamed former Facebook contractors told the tech site Gizmodo—and it’s an accusation that strikes at the heart of the social network’s credibility. Facebook relies on computer algorithms to determine what is “trending,” an influential designation that inevitably

Trump’s Winning Pick for VP

Jon Conradi, The best choice to unite party isn’t one based on identity politics. The media circus of speculation is swirling over who will take a position beside Donald Trump as his vice presidential nominee. Much of that speculation follows the same tired logic of the last two failed Republican bids for the White House