Having been caught in 2015 in what was a major breach of the laws governing collection of intelligence on what are referred to as “US persons” Obama didn’t cease and desist; he refined his techniques and deployed them against the Trump campaign and transition.
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.
Vouchers and zip codes don't pull people out of poverty, income does. Financial success requires attitude, skills, and opportunity. Today, HUD and the administration are in the position to work with Congress to provide all three.
We strongly urge CHQ readers to attend a #SpiritofAmerica rally in their area, you can locate them through the Main Street Patriots website, and if there isn’t one in your area, you can still show your support by organizing an impromptu street corner flag and sign waving demonstration, much as many people did to show support for President Trump during the campaign.
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.
It would be wonderful if the U.S. could create a liberal future for Afghans who desire to escape the past. But that task is beyond Washington’s capabilities and cannot justify expending more American lives and monies.
Saying “Naming the problem is the first step toward addressing it” the letter commended President Trump for identifying the threat, however, the letter also called attention to the ongoing threats to religious liberty that can only be reversed by Presidential action.
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.
Conservatives are impressed and encouraged by President Trump’s first speech to Congress, according to a poll by FedUp PAC. President Trump’s speech addressed the priority issues for conservatives, with 92% saying that the President covered issues very important to them.
While churlish Democrats are still grieving over the lost election and trying to make phony charges of Russian hacking into a special prosecutor-worthy scandal, President Trump boldly and eloquently called Americans to think about the future.
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.
President Trump's new policy toward illegal aliens, revoking President Obama’s de facto amnesty for most illegals, won 88% support, but only as a “first step” toward complete enforcement of the law.