100 Days of Trump: The key to future Trump legislative wins is to go to conservatives first

The Ryancare fiasco demonstrates how not to pass a bill. What now for Trump and the GOP? Plus, The way forward: Get back to the table, hammer something out, make it work, and, With Ryancare now in the trashcan, time to retrain the rhetorical guns on the real enemy.

In liberal Hollywood, a conservative minority faces backlash in the age of Trump

David Ng, Los Angeles Times

For the vast majority of conservatives who work in entertainment, going to set or the office each day has become a game of avoidance and secrecy. The political closet is now a necessity for many in an industry that is among the most liberal in the country.

Paul Ryan Betrays President Trump On Obamacare Repeal And Replace

Obamacare 2.0, Rinocare or Ryancare, whatever you call it, Speaker Ryan's phony "repeal and replace" bill is actually worse than Obamacare in many respects, and it is all being done behind closed doors using budget reconciliation, not open debate and amendments. To stop Ryancare's benefits for illegal aliens, and massive new entitlements and big government we urge conservatives to contact the White House to let President Trump know he's being suckered on this deal.

Trump's big-government fixes are giving conservatives indigestion

Gabby Morrongiello, Washington Examiner

Trump's hour-long speech was an ode to the populist working-class supporters who helped put him in office, but included headache-inducing ideas for some ultra-conservative lawmakers who spent the last eight years haranguing his predecessor for expanding the scope of government.