Mike Fuljenz, Last week, I was invited to attend the 2017 Texas Energy Museum “Blowout,” where Laura Ingraham was the featured speaker. She told us that she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate from the state of Virginia next year, running against Democrat Tim Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016.
Paul Jacob, Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. Talk about a silly rite. Senators repeatedly fired questions about specific legal views that no High Court nominee ever answers. Why not? Because for a prospective justice to answer would be to pre-judge possible future
Katie Kieffer, “Quiet voices” that became an “earthquake” is how President Trump explains his populist win in America—and today similar voices in France threaten the world’s most potent globalist structure: the United Nations. France is the world’s fifth most popular travel destination and sixth largest economy. Not too shabby for a country roughly the size
Daniel Greenfield, Assemblyman Ed Chau (D-Monterey Park) has a modest proposal. And he proposes a lot of stuff. Adult-use marijuana: marketing: packaging and labeling. AB 383, as amended, Chau. Civil actions: discovery status conference. Existing law establishes the Civil Discovery Act, which governs the rules and procedures related to discovery in all civil cases, and
David Limbaugh, Health care reform is an enormous challenge because when it comes to economic policy, Republicans always have an uphill battle. Their free market solutions are harder to sell in a nation that has long had one foot in the socialism door. Republicans express their belief in the free market, especially when they’re out
President Trump declared Tuesday that a “new chapter of American greatness is now beginning” as he made economic revival the centerpiece of his first address to Congress – issuing a clarion call to “restart the engine of the American economy” through tax cuts, better trade deals, immigration enforcement and a $1 trillion infrastructure program.
Clifford Thies, The main difference between Hitler’s form of national socialism and Mussolini’s concerned the meaning of “nationalism.” At the CPAC conference, there was a dust-up concerning certain persons claiming to be the “alt-right.” One of the organizers of the conference said the people claiming to be the alt-right were not conservatives, but were “left-wing
Not Daesh. Not ISIL. Not IS. The Pentagon has officially declared the name of the terror group the United States and its allies have been fighting for years is, in fact, ISIS. “We have officially switched to ISIS,” Capt. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said in a briefing with reporters Friday. “They all mean