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Assault on America, Day 342: Pelosi and Biden rage bares Democrat fright over Trump economy

Whatever the reason, it’s surprising and sad that Democrats appear to be coming unglued at this critical time in our nation’s history. Impeachment was never meant to be taken casually, but Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden and most other party members have passed the point of no return. What will set them off next?

Assault on America, Day 341: LGBTQ lynch mob lambasts Mayor Pete over Salvation Army

It's a sign of the times that President Donald Trump will likely be impeached (not convicted) and cultural icons like the Salvation Army, Chick-fil-A and the Hallmark Channel feel intense pressure to bend to the whims of the intolerant left. All good people can do is resist -- how’s that for restoring a positive connotation to the word?

Assault on America, Day 338: For Democrats, ‘diversity’ is the bug that’s eating them alive

Kamala Harris’s hasty withdrawal from the 2020 Democrat presidential race further exposed the party’s weakness vis-à-vis President Trump. The field’s lack of “diversity” is only one problem to overcome when competing against a strong opponent on his turf and trailing badly in the substance category. Democrats are in big trouble.

Assault on America, Day 337: Trump makes NATO ‘go Dutch,’ allies whine. Americans cheer

“Going Dutch” with friends isn’t a bad thing when everyone’s in a good mood, there’s plenty to share and the bank account is full. These are good times in America. Trump’s made a lot of it possible. The American military isn’t for hire, but it’s also not going to be anyone’s sucker either. It’s time Trump’s enemies -- and friends -- realized it.

Assault on America, Day 336: Impeachment, Joe Biden, Pete, Ozzy, and the politics of weirdness

Joe Biden’s strange behavior won’t save him from the scrutiny he’s destined to receive if Democrats choose to put President Trump on trial over his routine conversation with the Ukrainian president. Voters aren’t about to cashier Trump over such trivial deviations from decorum. And the whole gesture threatens to wreck their presidential race, too.

Assault on America, Day 335: Blame the Dem House for Congress’s do-nothing inertia

There is a school of thought suggesting doing less equates to doing more, but it’s not true where the do-nothing U.S. Congress is concerned. The House Democrat majority has had many opportunities to work and pass bills that would eventually become laws, but they weren’t interested in compromise. What’s the result? Gridlock.

Assault on America, Day 334: Democrats should realize a bad candidate isn’t better than none

Unlike Obama, President Trump has shown that a bad decision isn’t superior to none at all. Trump knew if he simply trusted the American people to make their own choices and dissolved the shackles of government oversight, that folks would prosper. Could any of the 2020 Democrats deliver the same? No chance.

Assault on America, Day 329: Does protesting climate change count as a Thanksgiving prayer?

It’s a product of our strange and upside-down world that disgruntled Ivy League students and dolts like Colin Kaepernick draw media coverage just by nature of their own special brand of deviancy. These fools pretend to “care” about others and the causes they champion when it’s really all about selfish desires and dearth of character. Sad.

Assault on America, Day 328: Impeachment bluff about to explode in Pelosi’s unfortunate hands

The Democrats’ phony impeachment pursuit goes way beyond the mere matter of castigating a president and removing him from office. The stakes are high for everyone in Democrat-land, especially Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Will she and her caucus really throw the impeachment switch? We’ll soon know the answer.

Assault on America, Day 327: To Biden, it’s cut Hunter loose or concede the Dem nomination

Joe, cut the boy loose. It’s either save Hunter’s reputation or give up your dreams of being the Democrat nominee. Either way, you’ll never be president. Not only are you a sleazy career politician who personally profited from your ability to win elections, you’re a terrible candidate. The only winner if Joe loses? America.

Assault on America, Day 324: Chick-fil-A, Obama and the legacy of liberal Democrat hubris

Liberal hubris is here to stay. Barack Obama can offer all the advice he likes but it’s really just a grand rear-end covering legacy exercise and a barely disguised ploy to aid Joe Biden’s faltering presidential candidacy. Conservatives aren’t fooled. Be prepared to fight back -- liberals will never back down.

Assault on America, Day 323: ‘Ol fashioned Butt-igieg kicking in Atlanta leaves voters guessing

After seeing the sorry cast of Democrat political characters perform again in Atlanta one can see why there are potential “white knight” candidates and “cherry picker” losers contemplating jumping in the race. To desperate liberals, it’s starting to look perfectly plausible to hoist a late thirties mid-size city mayor to the national party nomination.

Assault on America, Day 322: Fifth Democrat debate: impeachment, taxation & Pete Buttigieg

The Democrats aren’t making any headway on impeachment, their various “plans” are ridiculous and impractical and their catastrophic warnings about global warming and “climate change” won’t be well received by the shivering country enduring a heinous cold spell. But they have to fill a couple hours, don’t they?

Assault on America, Day 321: Why are doctors joining ‘morons’ to vote against Republicans?

One can’t help but think if the GOP doesn’t unite to fight back against the misinformation forces of the left that they’ll continue to lose once-loyal backers like doctors and medical professionals. Moving to the mushy center won’t help things. The “morons” are taking over and Republicans are clueless on how to stop it.

Assault on America, Day 320: Cherry pickers and white knights; 2020 Democrats in a nutshell

Whether it’s a “white knight” or “cherry picker” waiting in the wings, 2020 Democrats are showing signs of tangible unease as we move towards the primary season. Time is running out for the party to settle on a candidate to take on a very strong President Trump next year -- will they find one?

Assault on America, Day 317: Impeachment won’t stop Trump's quest to Keep America Great

Mark Sanford’s #NeverTrump fool’s errand was destined to fail from the outset. The Democrats’ stupid impeachment witch hunt isn’t the reason why Sanford couldn’t get anyone interested in his cause -- there never really was one to begin with. Trump’s fate will be decided by the voters in 2020… but his enemies will never quit.

Assault on America, Day 316: ‘Little Mike’ Bloomberg is no white knight for 2020 Democrats

The media is excited about the prospect of a Michael Bloomberg “white knight” presidential candidacy, but no one else -- including Democrats -- is. The former NYC mayor is too old, too rich and too out-of-touch to be taken seriously in the big picture. If Bloomberg tries it, it’ll only result in one more reputation ruined by national politics.

Assault on America, Day 315: Finding the next Trump proving impossible for talent-thin Dems

By no stretch of the imagination is Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren anything like President Donald Trump. Democrats could only hope their presidential choice would engender the types of political qualities and talents Trump possesses. The harder they search the more they realize it’s a monumental task.

Assault on America, Day 314: Do-nothing House Dems’ day of reckoning is coming… in 2020?

Democrats haven’t been honest with the American public and they’ve especially misled the people who put them in power in 2018 to unclog the legislative logjam of recent times. Instead of working with Trump and Republicans to pass positive laws, they’ve obstructed and obfuscated at every turn. It will catch up with them… but when?

Assault on America, Day 313: Poll shows Trump competitive in battleground states, Dems fret

Like the old saying suggests, bad news does travel fast. By now, Democrats must’ve received word that President Trump is more than competitive with them in many of the states they’d need to win next year. Trump will be on offense, Democrats on defense. Which candidate will hold the line?