Not even GOP leaders are dumb enough to “deal” with Democrats on the Gorsuch nomination. Plus, Trump and Obama haven’t spoken since January 20 and the media thinks it’s weird, and, Media still implying Trump is only helping the economy to enrich himself.
In going to the extreme in opposing Neil Gorsuch Democrats are searching for rock bottom. Plus, What will the repercussions be for the Republicans who vote for Ryancare?, and, To have higher quality public debate America needs higher quality and relevant education.
It’s well past time sanity was restored to the Senate confirmation process – let the dance end. Plus, Is Trump a failure as a negotiator if the Ryancare bill dies?, and, Stakes heat up on Ryancare as Trump warns conservative holdouts.
Gorsuch and Comey might have dominated TV but Ryancare is still the hottest topic in Washington. Plus, Democrats obsess – again -- on Russia during Comey testimony before the House, and, Democrats give truth to Mark Twain saying about idiots and Congress.
With the Gorsuch hearings set to begin, liberals prime their First Amendment protected slime machine. Plus, Crooked Hillary comes out of the woods – what’s she up to now?, and, Is the very public fight over Ryancare actually good for the GOP?
Not even Trump’s legendary hospitality can make Paul Ryan’s awful plan smell right. Plus, Why Paul Ryan needs Trump but Trump doesn’t necessarily need Ryan, and, John McCain vs. Rand Paul reveals yet another conservatives vs. establishment divide.
The "binary choice" is a false premise and thus a bad argument. It's also bad politics that will yield bad policy. Republicans and conservatives who want real healthcare reform (not merely tax cuts) should withhold support at least until their leaders agree to consider other possible roads out of Obamacare.
Republicans should get back to the jobs and economic agenda they were elected for. Plus, Are the Republicans really panicking over the midterm elections already?, and, Trump chooses jobs and competition for the auto industry over fantasy Obama fuel standards.
Wikileaks’ Julian Assange says Hillary Clinton and the intelligence community want Trump out. Plus, Trump the negotiator searches for the best “deal” for all sides on healthcare, and, Upcoming Trump budget sets parameters for deconstructing the administrative state.
Does President Trump owe it to the American people to hire adequate staff? Plus, Trump spreads the truth on the realities of illegal immigrant crime and culture, and, Media says Trump’s political operation is slow to emerge, but does he really need it?
In order to truly drain the Washington swamp, Obama’s creatures must be sent packing. Plus, In trying to move the healthcare debate Trump hints he may get involved in Republican primaries, and, Democrats think the healthcare winds have turned in their favor; they’re wrong.
Neither Trump nor conservatives can succeed without the other; can’t they just work it out? Plus, With Ryancare, there is no reason to force a bad solution down everyone’s throats, and, What a poll on Melania Trump tells us about the viability of Ryan’s healthcare bill.
Trump risks alienating his voters if he sides with the establishment in the healthcare fight. Plus, Trump could be the greatest president people should sometimes tune out, and, Media is up in arms because Trump isn’t playing nice with Obama’s legacy, but why should he?
White liberals say Ben Carson is not qualified to offer an opinion on immigration and slavery. Plus, Is the media using the White House staff to drive ratings rather than report the news?, and, Obamacare bill sets up potential showdown between Trump and conservatives.
Congress and the country need leadership from Trump and it can’t be accomplished through tweets. Plus, Is Reince Priebus already in hot water in the White House?, and, Liberals now love George W. Bush, but make no mistake, he’s no Donald Trump.
Trump accuses Obama of tapping his phones before the election, the media plays dumb. Plus, Democrats’ dust-up over Sessions is nothing other than a good old fashioned diversion, and, #NeverTrump reemerges to bash on the president and Jeff Sessions.
If they don’t accomplish the objective of repeal before the April congressional recess, the town halls will be far worse, as Republicans will be hit hard by both the political left and right as conservative grassroots activists are growing increasingly alarmed by the snail’s pace in Congress. Failure to repeal will be a broken promise not soon forgiven.
The latest Democrat witch hunt targets Attorney General Jeff Sessions for Russian heresy. Plus, Can the “presidential” Trump go places the combative Trump never could?, and, Fantasyland liberals dream of running for president against Trump.
Democrat widow-sitters expose the wide character chasm in American politics today. Plus, Polls show America liked the new “presidential” Trump and the ratings reflect it, and, Trump frustrates pundits because his issue positions do not change much over time.
Donald Trump took his first address to a joint session of Congress and turned it into an emotional call for American unity. Plus, No need to ask – Democrats won’t help Trump; they still want to impeach him, and, Humble Trump admits he’s still growing into the job of POTUS.