Newt Gingrich, Last Saturday in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Donald Trump gave a historic speech laying out his Contract with the American Voter. Trump’s contract is an impressive document–a 100 day action plan for restoring a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people”. That is why he introduced it at Gettysburg, where Lincoln
Frank Cannon, Editor’s Note: This piece was co-authored by Jon Schweppe. “It’s over. Trump can’t win.” That’s the narrative the Clinton campaign and the mainstream media have relentlessly promoted over the past several days. The problem with that narrative is that it is a bald-faced lie. This election is nowhere near over. Not even close!
Jim Webb, The next commander-in-chief will lead a military bruised by years of war overseas, while undergoing profound cultural transformation at home. The military itself admits it has “grave concerns” over its readiness to face the dizzying array of threats that have emerged over the past eight years. What must the next president do? Find
David Usborne, Donald Trump didn’t just dip into Ohio on Thursday, he really did the state. Three boisterous rallies in one afternoon and evening in front of large crowds in Springfield, Toledo and, after sundown, inside an athletics hall in Geneva, not far from Cleveland on Lake Erie. Mr Trump’s itinerary in this last stretch
The U.S. military is “depleted.” It urgently needs more planes, ships, troops and nuclear weapons, to ensure American predominance in the world. Echoing concerns of many Republicans, Trump argues that the military is too small to accomplish its assigned missions. He would increase the size of the active-duty Army to 540,000. The current total is 475,000 soldiers,
Roger L Simon, PJMedia Many Americans are justifiably worried about how our country can be brought together after this most divisive of elections in years. Those who think that Hillary Clinton can do it are living in dreamland. The continued WikiLeaks revelations—and they are probably just getting started—coupled with the ongoing investigations on many fronts, lies multiplying on
Claudio Grass, Acting Man The U.S. Elections: The Latest Crack in the System The 2016 U.S. presidential elections are unprecedented: I don’t believe we have ever witnessed before a campaign year so toxic, so dangerously divisive and full of ad hominem attacks. Both camps have vilified the opposition and their followers, creating a schism in society.
In 12 days, we are going to win Ohio and we are going to win back the White House. A brand-new poll from Remington Research has us up 4 points in Ohio. Early voting is underway, so make sure to get out and vote. 75% of the American people think our country is on the