CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie said in reaction to President Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, "The liberal special interest groups will demand and insist that the Democratic Senators go all out to keep Judge Gorsuch off the Supreme Court. This battle will be unlike any court battle in modern times. And when the battle is done conservatives will win and liberals will be exhausted and weakened for the next battle."
“There is no mistaking the fact that there is a concerted plan on foot among the enemies of the Republican Party, to bring it and the President elect into the disgraceful attitude of disowning the principles and policy to which they stood pledged before the country prior to the election. To accomplish this object, the most unpatriotic means are resorted to.”
President Trump fulfilled another campaign promise by nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court on Tuesday night. Plus, Trump can ill afford Republican turncoats; better keep an eye on McCain and Graham, and, Democrats exposed as naked politicians in stalling Trump’s cabinet nominees.
Democrats announced long ago that they wouldn't vote to confirm Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, and broke all the traditional rules of Senate decorum and comity in opposing him on a very personal level – their delaying tactics are owed no deference. We urge CHQ readers to use the Capitol Switchboard toll free line (1-866-220-0044) to contact the Judiciary Committee, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to demand Jeff Sessions be confirmed immediately.
Both liberals and conservatives are gearing up for a nasty confirmation fight when President Trump announces his Supreme Court pick. Plus, Trump derangement syndrome symptoms include crying fits and threats to secede, and, Ho hum, another day, another kept Trump campaign promise.
Kuwait is one of the freest nations in the Persian Gulf, as well as one of America’s best friends. Yet its “liberalish” governance, as one Kuwaiti colleague described it, ironically impedes the adoption of market-oriented economic reforms necessary for the country’s prosperity.
Those who oppose President Trump’s temporary ban on immigration from terrorist hotspots want Americans to forget that it targets, based on our experience with Muslim terrorists, the exact individuals who are most likely to be terrorists and have ties to Sharia-based jihad.
This is what winning looks like: "The President requested and the King agreed to support safe zones in Syria and Yemen, as well as supporting other ideas to help the many refugees who are displaced by the ongoing conflicts.”
If you thought Trump stirred up a hornets nest with his executive orders, wait until his Supreme Court pick is announced. Plus, Trump’s family business ties will continue to be an issue; for now he deserves the benefit of the doubt, and, Since when does keeping one’s promises equate to a permanent campaign?
President Donald Trump's choice of Andrew Jackson as his Oval Office muse shows President Trump knows his presidential history, and he’s chosen the right inspiration for the challenges that are before him.
President Donald Trump, acting on his own can easily incapacitate AFFH until incoming Secretary Ben Carson can coordinate with Congress to fully eliminate the threat. Even if Dr. Carson's confirmation takes months!
It will be hard for Donald Trump to satisfy everyone with his Supreme Court pick, but he can come very close with the right person. Plus, To build (infrastructure) or not to build, that is the question, and, It’s only been a week and already Democrats are swearing to fight Trump to the death.