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Assault on America, Day 97: Beto’s talent for B.S. suggests he’ll thrive in 2020 Dem primaries

Politicians bend facts to bolster claims of knowing more than competitors and opponents, hence providing a basis for choosing them over the others. Beto O’Rourke’s proving especially adept at spinning tall tales, which indicates he should do very well in next year’s Democrat primaries.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Out

Now that Kirstjen Nielsen is out we hope the President will finally grasp that personnel is policy and begin appointing senior officials who actually believe in and want to accomplish his agenda, starting with the Department of Homeland Security and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Assault on America, Day 96: Which side of the border crisis are Democrats and the media on?

We can’t depend on the media to report on the true situation at the border and the impossible negotiating position Congress forced on President Trump. Closing the border is the last and most drastic step to finally move Trump’s opponents off their rocks. Will they ever do it?

Assault on America, Day 93: Will Trump wrestle healthcare momentum away from Dems in 2020?

By urging the senate to revisit the possibility of repealing and replacing Obamacare, President Trump made a political move to assure the public he hasn’t forgotten about the issue ahead of next year’s election. Ruling class Republicans and Democrats take note -- Trump means what he says.

Assault on America, Day 92: Why Conservatives cower in shadows at today’s liberal colleges

One can only hope free speech conditions improve for young conservatives on college campuses, and President Trump will do everything in his power to make sure of it. In America, no one should fear for their reputation or safety simply by identifying themselves. What is this, North Korea?

Assault on America, Day 91: Joe Biden just the latest creep calling the Democrat Party home

Chances are Joe Biden’s inappropriate conduct won’t derail his chances in the Democrat primaries, but there’s no doubt he’d emerge as damaged goods heading into the 2020 general election. A #MeToo driven party like the Democrats would be better served by staying (far) away.

Trump To Lead Fight Against Socialism

In conversation with White House staff it has been made clear that the President’s remarks at CPAC about socialism were not just an example of preaching to the choir and that the administration considers the Democrats’ move to the Far Left to be a serious challenge that was observed coming a long way off and would be confronted at every opportunity.

Assault on America, Day 90: Trump campaign preview reveals no let-up to Make America Great

President Trump’s “preview” speech last week provided a number of solid hints about the certain-to-be contentious campaign to come. Trump looks as prepared as ever to do battle with his opponents. If anything, Trump is fresher and more combative than four years ago. Get there early!

Assault on America, Day 89: Show votes & shams prove Congress is an April Fool’s joke

Unfortunately, much of what is moving in Congress -- or not moving -- isn’t an April Fools prank. Insatiable Democrats and feckless Republican leaders are dead serious about their daily missions, which most of the time isn’t good news for us. It’s time Americans woke up.

Assault on America, Day 86: Mueller witch hunt showed nothing on media we didn’t already know

The media can’t be counted on to report the truth, a fact discerning Americans realized long ago. The Mueller/Russian collusion fiasco was just the latest in an unbroken string of media excesses and oversteps. It’s up to the well-informed to educate the ignorant. Will we do it?

Assault on America, Day 85: Can the GOP ignore the popular vote and win again in 2020?

With the Mueller report failing to show any “collusion” between Trump and the Russians, expect Democrats’ calls to prop up the popular vote and abolish the Electoral College to intensify. Republican leaders may have already given up on winning the vote tally, but it won’t matter in the end.

Assault on America, Day 84: Trump’s America is hot and cold and satisfied and dissatisfied

Yes, it’s possible to be hot and cold at the same time and both satisfied and dissatisfied simultaneously. Not everything President Trump’s done in his first two years made America great again but he’s definitely on the right track. “Haters gonna hate”; the rest is up to us.

Assault on America, Day 83: Mueller conclusion leaves Dems in shallow woeful loser bracket

Robert Mueller’s conclusions didn’t surprise anyone who’s paid attention to the facts since the sorry episode began. Democrats placed all their eggs in the wrong basket -- again -- and it’s left them looking puny and pathetic. Their day of reckoning is coming soon; maybe by 2020?

Assault on America, Day 82: Why the name McCain always starts a brawl in Trump’s GOP

The late John McCain continues to be a lightning rod in today’s volatile GOP intra-party climate. Even after death McCain represents a way of thinking that’s no longer compatible with the new direction of the swamp-battling Donald Trump. Perhaps it’s time we all realized it.

Assault on America, Day 79: If we stall on the Green New Deal, will we all melt in 12 years?

Just like with building a house, every policy proposal must have a solid foundation. Without proper study and foresight ideas quickly fall apart, especially if they’re weak to begin with. The Democrats’ Green New Deal would be an exorbitant disaster and must be stopped.

Students Love The “Green New Deal” Until They Hear What’s In It

The problem for Democrats is now obvious: Having created their army of brainwashed little climate change monsters, the have to keep moving Left to satisfy their appetite for bigger government, more regulations and more laws and more limits on what we can do, more restrictions on what we can think and say and become, and the “Green New Deal” is just the start.

Assault on America, Day 78: If husband and wife can’t agree on Trump, how will America survive?

Like today’s opinion polls, the idiosyncratic and contradictory marriage of Kellyanne and George Conway fails to reveal why the Trump presidency remains so polarizing for Americans. Time passes and opinions change, yet the country seems strangely set on their impressions of Donald Trump.

Assault on America, Day 77: Nutty court packing & big spending schemes doom 2020 Democrats

Polls show Trump’s maintained the modest job favorability bump he enjoyed after his SOTU address. If Democrats in Congress and on the campaign trail go to extremes the president won’t need to worry about setting distinctions. Reality is a tall enough hurdle for Democrats to clear.

Assault on America, Day 76: Beto, Biden and leftwing Dem nutjobs make best case for Trump

Democrat presidential primary debates should prove fascinating spectacles with each candidate vying for their own slice of party pie. When the dust settles it’s possible no one will command the respect of Democrat voters, placing President Trump in very good position heading into next year.

Assault on America, Day 75: Trump veto signals no retreat on vow to drain the putrid DC swamp

President Trump’s excellent political instincts were proven correct as he saved his first veto for the crucial immigration issue. Congress’s decades-long stalling on the wall pushed the problem into crisis mode. Trump’s leadership showed Republicans how it’s done -- but will they learn?