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Trump Should Stand Up to Bullies & Reinstate Army Secretary’s Nomination

Todd Starnes, Last week President Trump made the following promise to the nation:  “We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced anymore,” the president said. “We will never ever stand for religious discrimination.” He made that statement last Thursday. The following day, the president’s nominee for Army Secretary withdrew his

Top Democrats Refuse To Stand, Clap For Navy SEAL Widow Honored By Trump

Ben Shapiro, On Tuesday evening, President Trump spoke to a joint session of Congress – and gave what was obviously the best speech of his career. The best moment was obvious, too: his tribute to the widow of Navy SEAL William ‘Ryan’ Owens: Trump stated: Trump pays respects to U.S. SEAL who died when Yemen

The Internet Is an Amazing Less Government Success Story

Seton Motley, Nothing in the history of humanity has grown bigger, faster or better than the World Wide Web. In just about a quarter century, it has become an economic and political force of nigh immeasurable impact. The Internet is a magnificent, unparalleled private sector success story. Yes, the Left reflexively and rightly states that

Trump Challenges Media at CPAC to Use Names Instead of Anonymous Sources

Cortney O’Brien, After missing last year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Donald Trump found new confidence on stage as he addressed the event for the first time as president. He promised to make it a habit. “I wouldn’t miss a chance to talk to my friends,” he said. “I’ll be doing this with CPAC as often

Conway: Travel ban part of Trump’s ‘responsibility,’ ‘authority’ and ‘duty’

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway defended President Donald Trump’s executive order halting travel to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim nations Monday, saying that Trump “has a responsibility, the authority, and indeed, the duty to protect Americans.” Conway spoke to Fox News’ “Hannity” hours after the Justice Department filed a brief with a federal appeals

Spicer accuses media of ‘false reporting’ in fiery briefing

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer angrily accused the media Saturday of “false reporting” on the inauguration as part of what he called a “shameful” attempt to minimize enthusiasm for President Trump, beginning his tenure as the administration’s top spokesman on a combative note. Spicer summoned the press to the briefing room at the end

When the ‘Enlightened’ Left Doesn’t Get Its Way, Expect Riots and Death Threats

Michael Brown, After many hours of hard work, I’ve put together an exhaustive list of the prominent celebrities who chose not to perform at President Obama’s inaugural ceremonies in 2009 and 2013 because they were threatened with death, boycotts, or ostracism. The grand total, to my knowledge, is zero, despite the right’s deep antipathy of

Cory Booker 2020 Pres. Hopeful Testifies against Sessions – and earns Republican rebuke

Jennifer G. Hickey, Democratic Sen. Cory Booker cast aside long-standing precedent Wednesday and testified against a sitting Senate colleague, as he urged the chamber not to confirm Jeff Sessions for attorney general – a move that earned him a rebuke from Republicans. Critics charged the New Jersey senator was merely burnishing his credentials for a