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Environmental Protesters Return to Washington as Trump Passes Milestone

Lacey Johnson and Ian Simpson, Protesters marched in Washington on a second consecutive Saturday to challenge President Donald Trump’s stance on the environment and call on him to stand by policies to stop climate change championed by his predecessor. Thousands of people gathered for the afternoon march from the lawn of the U.S. Capitol to

The Issa (and Blue State Republican) Dilemma Stand Right or Get Left

Arthur Schaper, Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) faced the closest race of his career in 2016. I was not completely surprised. In 2013, one article polled public attitudes about the congressman, who had a net negative, just 43 percent. Issa’s standing with Republicans in general had wavered as well, since many people see him as more

Victor Davis Hanson: Is the American Elite Really Elite?

Victor Davis Hanson, Establishment furor over the six-week-old Trump Administration is growing. Outraged New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently compared Trump’s victory to disasters in American history that killed and wounded thousands such as the Pearl Harbor surprise bombing and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The New Republic — based on no evidence — theorized

Shoving Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals Right Back in the Left’s Ugly Face

Kurt Schlichter, The Left is getting massively out-Alinskyed, and the hilarious thing is that this band of withered hippies, unemployable millennial safe-space cases, and unlovable + unshaven libfeminists don’t even know it. Oh, their masters sure know it. Soros is bitterly having to ramp up his infusions of blood money to keep his community-organized “grassroots”

Trump Trumps Hate: We the People Rising at LAX Protests

Arthur Schaper, This past week has been a whirlwind of winning. We the People—Rising!—have so much to celebrate! Donald Trump issues executive orders (within his scope as executive, so spare me the “unconstitutional card!”). He has signed off to protect the unborn overseas from abortions—paid for without taxpayer dollars. He signed off on the construction

“Christian” Leaders Condemn President Trump for Saving Christians

Daniel Greenfield, Christians and Jews sometimes wonder what is wrong with liberal Jews that they would actively seek to commit suicide. It’s just leftism in action. And there are plenty of Christian and Jewish leftists who suffer from these fits of suicidal insanity. Christian Leaders Denounce Trump’s Plan to Favor Christian Refugees A broad array

Sheriff Clarke: Mainstream Media Has Abandoned Its Constitutional Responsibility

Milwaukee County, Wis. Sheriff David Clarke said that in continually criticizing President Trump, has abandoned its Constitutional responsibility to provide unbiased reporting on government to the American people. “The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC; they have become the propaganda wing of the Democratic Party. They have abandoned their responsibility under the Constitution,

Has Trump Nominated Too Many Military Leaders — or Not Enough?

Victor Davis Hanson, President-elect Donald Trump is being faulted for supposedly appointing too many retired generals to Cabinet-level jobs and “militarizing” the government. Former Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn is slated to be national security adviser. Retired Marine Gen. James Mattis has been nominated as defense secretary. Retired Marine Gen. John Kelly is Trump’s nominee for

Rush Limbaugh: ‘We Are on Offense With Donald Trump’

Jeff Poor, Monday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh commented on President-elect Donald Trump’s departure from norms, including his use of Twitter to communicate to the American people. According to Limbaugh, Trump’s use of social media is an example of him playing by a new set of rules, which has upset

At New England’s tiptop, Trump could take an electoral vote

In the north country of New England, where gun rights are sacrosanct and good jobs vanished along with the paper mills that traditionally propped up the economy, Donald Trump is finding far stronger support than in coastal and urban areas more politically attuned to Boston. The demographics could help the Republican presidential candidate avoid a