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.
Gorsuch's hearings have been set to begin March 20. The plan is for the nomination to be submitted to the full Senate in early April where it appears likely that he will surpass the needed 60 votes to avoid a parliamentary maneuver to get him to the court. Insiders said the goal is a vote before the Easter recess which begins on April 7, two days before Palm Sunday.
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.
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.
Someone should get Elizabeth Warren in front of a camera and hand her a microphone -- here’s why. Plus, Liberals get a dose of their own medicine in congressional investigation of leakers, and, Cheerleaders of the left are mad because Trump’s people won’t use their pompoms.
Gorsuch looks poised to follow in the footsteps of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, a stalwart originalist whose vacant seat Gorsuch is looking to fill. But the potential for the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judge to differ from Scalia on the Second Amendment and abortion has some conservatives acknowledging they are not sure where the high court nominee stands on those issues.
Leakers and a hostile establishment media continue to pester the Trump administration. Plus, The media’s disgraceful treatment of Kellyanne Conway should not be ignored, and, When you get down to it, the left’s excess is only pushing people closer to Trump.
Trump deranged liberals are using history to bludgeon the country into “resisting” him. Plus, Liberals go to unprecedented lengths to discover the mindset of the Trump team, and, Outside the establishment media bubble, Trump is in good with the People.
A vacancy is that rare opportunity for the people to remind the Court that its job is to protect our liberties without interfering unduly with our right to rule ourselves. We should hope that our representatives work their hardest to get this message across. Does this "politicize" the nomination process? Sure. But politics is essential to republican government, and the Court needs politicizing, if only once in a while, to remind it who is really in charge.
The press is seemingly shocked that Trump finds aspects of the presidency frustrating. Plus, Three weeks into the Trump administration, policies are already moving in a positive direction, and, 2018 Senate campaigns in Utah and Virginia could feature some big names.
Is Trump’s tweeting habit making you embarrassed to defend him? Plus, Kellyanne Conway receives ethics counseling over Thursday morning call to “buy Trump”, and, Democrats and some Republicans still don’t get the mood of the American public.
Jeff Sessions was finally confirmed as Attorney General and now America will get what it needs – no nonsense law enforcement. Plus, Foreign policy establishment at home and abroad melts down over Trump, and, Stupid football players join stupid boycott of the Trump White House.
The left wants judges who act like legislators or delegates to a perpetual constitutional convention, minting new rights and powers that reflect their personal feelings and policy choices. It also wants judges who give the Executive Branch “experts” in today’s vast, over-regulating administrative state the power to make law.
The liberal news media is depicting Donald Trump’s advisors as something out of a scary movie. Plus, When seen in a realistic light, Donald Trump’s approval numbers are actually quite good, and, With DeVos confirmed, Sessions will join her in the administration later this week.
Digital-age privacy advocates should be thrilled with President Trump's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court precisely because he is a superb originalist. Gorsuch won't disappoint law-and-order types, either. Unlike ideologues who focus on judicial outcomes, Gorsuch's application of originalism will satisfy the needs of law, order, and liberty.
Moderation is in limited supply in the kook-driven Democrat party these days, a fact that will come back to haunt them. Plus, With Trump in the White House who is really in charge of the GOP?, and, Forget the protesters, the potential 2020 Democrat candidates are the real angry ones.
Leonard Leo helped usher George W. Bush’s two Supreme Court appointees, John Roberts and Samuel Alito, to confirmation. Now Mr. Leo is on leave from his day job, as executive vice president of the Federalist Society, to do the same for Judge Gorsuch.
For all intents and purposes the President’s powers as Commander in Chief and his executive power to maintain the country’s sovereignty have been seized by 97 globalist technology companies and an unelected judge in the Western District of Washington.