The centrists — a number of Republicans refer to them as "the mods," for moderates — appear to be moving the goalposts, even as the conservatives offer concessions. Conservatives suspect the centrists were perfectly happy for conservatives to take the blame for killing the first bill, but now are showing their true colors by rejecting compromise on the second version. Whatever the circumstances, they don't want to vote to repeal Obamacare.
President Donald Trump’s first 100 days were just the opening act to Make America Great Again. Plus, Latest moves in the healthcare debate expose “moderates” for the cowards that they are, and, Donald Trump is already the most “threatened” president in history.
Is it too much to ask for the Donald Trump of 2016 to come back and bust up Washington? Plus, Another outrageous ruling by a liberal judge could bring out the “old” Trump, and, After nearly 100 days the press is still wondering what’s ‘wrong’ with Melania Trump.
Can’t health-care reform increase coverage and lower costs, just as the beer commercials once promised great taste and lower calories? Yes—but as we have seen, prioritizing coverage expansion results in higher costs and lower quality. Focusing on lowering costs is the way to increase coverage in a meaningful and sustainable way.
Trump’s tax plan may create an impasse only Vice President Mike Pence can solve. Plus, Democrats’ loathing for Trump masks their own insecurities about his 100-days success, and, Democrats see Trump as a pariah but the voters see the bright side of not having Hillary.
If every presidency lasted only 100 days, no one would be known for accomplishing anything. Plus, Chuck Schumer fires another air-ball in trying to score points against Jeff Sessions, and, Dispute over border wall could be the reason why Democrats shut down the government.
Look, Democrats, speaking sincerely as your friend, understand that everyone who says you need to take a deep look at yourselves is a racist, sexist, homophobe who won’t even ask about your preferred pronoun. Whatever you do, don’t you ever change.
The media would count Trump’s first 100 days as a failure regardless of what transpired. Plus, If Congress doesn’t increase defense spending, should Trump take the blame?, and, Poll shows Trump’s voters don’t regret voting for him, still enjoys broad support.
Maybe this poll is just a bit screwy. Then again, maybe all those special election races with stronger-than usual Democratic turnout really are just artifacts of low special election turnout and the exceptional enthusiasm of angry liberals.
Democrats are wrong again if they think there’s a huge anti-Trump wave looming for 2018. Plus, Chaffetz’s retirement sends shockwaves through the GOP, but does it really signal anything?, and, Would you rather go to the White House with Ted Nugent or Beyoncé?
Wars may not always be about money but there’s no doubt political fights seem to be. Plus, Soap opera-like media coverage of the Trump White House team created their celebrity status, and, Jeff Sessions wants action on the border wall, Democrats say it will cost too much.
Republicans appear to have done well enough to force the race into a runoff. But the Democratic candidate finished first, nearly 30 points aheadof the leading Republican. Democrats declared a moral victory Tuesday night and are refusing to write off their chances in the final round of voting in June.
2010’s Tea Partiers versus today’s violent anarchist left – there’s truly no comparison. Plus, Should President Trump make a deal with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to retire?, and, Trump is succeeding in reversing disastrous Obama energy production crackdown.
The Republicans in the legislature are a disgrace. They can't get it together to compromise on anything and move forward -- no tax reform, no healthcare, no nothing. They are overwhelmed by a combination of overweening ego and rigid ideology -- a lethal cocktail. What their behavior is doing is creating an inevitable situation where they lose control of Congress and ultimately the White House to the Democrats.
Justice Neil Gorsuch is set to hear his first oral arguments and could be the key to important conservative issues. Plus, You can’t always define the establishment but you know ‘em when you see ‘em, and, Big shock: New poll says GOP is suffering under Trump.
Signs of a strong start to Donald Trump’s administration but there’s a long way to go. Plus, If “Trumpism” does exist what does it really mean?, and, Tax return protests prove the left isn’t getting any closer to accepting Trump.
Nearing the end of President Trump’s first 100 days it’s imperative that he realize there are many Judas Iscariots out there who would be more than willing to sell him to his enemies for 30 pieces of silver. He needs conservative personnel – now.
The media’s unfair public shaming of Sean Spicer needs to be “terminated”. Plus, Should Democrats really be jubilant over losing a Kansas special election for a House seat?, and, Trump administration lifts federal hiring freeze in favor of new mission.
For President Trump, making America great again means staying out of Syria. Plus, The establishment is out for Steve Bannon’s scalp; will they get it?, and, Trump likely won’t get far in appealing to Democrats to help him pass his agenda.
Should President Trump choose his next Supreme Court nominee based on “consensus”? Plus, By dismantling the regulatory state, Trump is pulling out Obama’s legacy by the roots, and, Is Juan Williams qualified to talk about black conservatives?