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.
Tonight’s Trump speech to a joint session of Congress should include specifics for the agenda ahead. Plus, George W. Bush is back on TV and proves the establishment still hasn’t learned, and, Clinton horror movie monster could be priming for a sequel in 2020.
Democrats elect a socialist as party chair, still don’t get what went wrong in 2016. Plus, Sour poll numbers likely mask the reality that is a successful Donald Trump, and, Media depicts Trump as a hapless buffoon, rings of George W. Bush.
President Trump’s address to Congress next Tuesday will call on Republicans to get busy moving the agenda. Plus, Donald Trump’s management style encourages people to express their views, and, Democrats dredge up Anita Hill to dis on Trump for being anti-woman.
Democrats continue to believe they can run only against Trump next year and still win; they’re wrong. Plus, The stellar immigration news out of Washington makes it feel a lot like Christmas, and, The left’s Astroturf town hall protests will likely backfire on Democrats.
Neil Gorsuch’s likable personality is making it harder for Democrats to find reasons to reject him. Plus, Leftist kooks want Trump impeached but Democrat leaders balk at the timing, and, The Midwest moves further Republican due in part to Trump keeping his word.
Conservatism works with populism to produce policies the People will favor. Plus, Millennials taking a show-me-don’t-tell-me attitude towards the new administration, and, Is it time to panic over a lack of good Republican senate candidates for 2018?
Forget about impeaching Trump – the Democrats want him incapacitated and removed. Plus, Trump’s presidential behavior is unusual, but he’s right; he’s an accomplishment machine, and, Pruitt confirmed for EPA, readies to move the agency back to its original mission.
Alexander Acosta is an experienced labor and employment lawyer whose conservative pedigree, education and experience in government are impeccable. Perhaps his personal net worth will drag down the average of the cabinet in an administration stocked with billionaires, but that's probably a good thing, as is the fact that no one will be able to say Trump didn't appoint any qualified Hispanic nominees.
Just like with the campaign, when Trump ignores the media noise and sticks to the issues, he can’t lose. Plus, Mulvaney’s confirmation to head the OMB only the beginning of budget battles to come, and, Trump announces new nominee for Labor Secretary, media notices he’s brown.