There’s little doubt a united Republican Party is helping Donald Trump’s successful transition. Plus, Democrats’ astonishing racial hypocrisy distracts from their bias and corruption, and, John Lewis and black Democrats conspire to help the Russians achieve their aims.
The media’s unceasing campaign to bring down Trump will most certainly result in their own demise. Plus, Thursday was another good day for Trump’s nominees before Senate committees, and, Mike Lee says he would accept a Supreme Court appointment, Trump should seriously consider it.
Donald Trump pulled no punches and took no prisoners while sending a message to the media on Wednesday. Plus, Sessions endures more accusations of racism from desperate Democrats on Wednesday, and, Tillerson’s grilling was all about advancing political agendas, not wrong answers.
For the most part, Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearings lacked fireworks and drama – and that’s a good thing. Plus, Contrary to claims, Trump has surrounded himself with plenty of people who will tell him “no”, and, Protestors plotting to disrupt Trump’s inauguration should be ignored.
You may not realize it but today is one of the most important days of the 2017 campaign and transition. Plus, Trump’s Supreme Court nominee gets early boost for his or her confirmation, and, Trump’s management style will give cabinet secretaries a lot of leeway to do what they’re supposed to do.
Far from making money off of government service, many of Trump’s nominees are showing great personal sacrifices. Plus, Blatantly unfair media magnifying Dems’ fearmongering over Trump cabinet nominees, and, Trump’s nominees get the full treatment in preparation for hearings.
Mike Pence and the new White House Staff are primed to make America great again. Plus, Jeff Sessions will survive confirmation with his name and reputation intact, and, Too bizarre not to be true – some Democrats still weighing objections to the Electoral College vote.
Chuck Schumer hopes to derail the Trump train before the new president even takes office. Plus, Americans still deeply divided over the direction of the country under Trump, and, Trump fills out White House staff, sets the wheels in motion to deal with Obamacare on day one.
Incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Sunday that Democrats would filibuster Donald Trump's Supreme Court candidates if they are not "mainstream." "If he doesn't nominate a mainstream candidate, we're going to go at him with everything we've got ... Because this is so, so important," Schumer said on NBC's "Meet the Press."
New York's intensely partisan Democratic Senator Charles Schumer claims "New York City remains terror target number one," yet Obama has cut a major counterterrorism program by $300 million and New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio is dismantling the New York Police Department's counterterrorism operations against radical Islam.
Rick Santorum attempted to present himself as an advocate for the all but forgotten interests of America’s working men and women, yet when Santorum exited the campaign he hypocritically chose to endorse Senator Marco Rubio – the leading advocate of open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens; the very policies that Santorum campaigned against.
Just in case you thought Marco Rubio’s conflicting statements about his support for “comprehensive immigration reform,” signaled a change in his position on amnesty for illegal aliens, Rubio’s performance on NBC’s “Meet the Press" this past Sunday settled that question once and for all. He’s still for amnesty.
Democrat Senator and future leader of that party in the Senate Chuck Schumer broke D.C. protocol by telling the truth about how the minority party still controls the agenda when he gloated, “Sen. [Majority Leader Mitch] McConnell wants to see the Senate work. But the good news for [Democrats] is, to make it work, he has to do basically our agenda.”
A fight over Terrorism Risk Insurance Act is delaying the spending bill. Dems are criticizing a push by Jeb Hensarling to add a provision to the package that they say would weaken the Dodd-Frank Wall St. Reform Law.
While R's are debating the tactics of stopping presidential lawlessness, an inherently difficult congressional undertaking, particularly if you still control only a single house, Dems are trying to figure out what they believe and whom they represent.
In the House GOP leadership reorganization that will occur in the wake of Eric Cantor’s defeat conservatives don’t have to gain all the leadership positions to advance our agenda. What we need is at least one leader who will wake-up every morning thinking, “What are the four, five, six things I can do today to put the Democrats out of business?”
Tea Party Express' co-founder Sal Russo now says he supports amnesty for illegal aliens -- a total reversal of his organization's position. This is not that surprising when one considers his background and strong establishment ties.
Sen. Chuck Schumer’s “Free Flow of Information Act” is, “totally inconsistent with the notion of a free press and the First Amendment,” Sen. John Cornyn said.
Renee Ellmers has made the fastest about-face in the history of Washington, DC to become one of the most reliable votes for DC insider style big government spending – and most inexplicably – for giving amnesty to illegal aliens. SIGN OUR LETTER URGING REP. ELLMERS TO RESIGN!
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that in addition to passing an amnesty bill this year that will only be implemented once Obama leaves office in 2017, Congress should also, allow those who came to the U.S. illegally as late as 12/31/13 to be eligible for amnesty.