It’s time for the President to change the password on his Twitter account and focus his efforts on fulfilling his promise to pass a bill that will actually do what Ryancare never will – lower premiums for the forgotten Americans the Freedom Caucus represents.
The moral of the story; not everyone who drops a load of dung on you is your enemy, and not everyone who digs you out is your friend.
President Trump’s anti-Freedom Caucus tweets are causing concern among conservatives. Plus, Poll shows Americans want Gorsuch confirmed, not filibustered, and, Don’t look now but John McCain is trying to save the Democrats from drowning.
My overall impression after the meeting was that the White House is very engaged and committed to pushing the President’s government reform and spending priorities. Whether the President pushes his priorities through a tweet storm or by turning on his legendary sales skills remains to be seen, but this isn’t the kind of "show vote" government that we are used to from Capitol Hill Republicans, this is real.
This is a big deal for a lot of reasons, but the one that no one seems to be talking about is how did someone who was outside of government, and who was advising Hillary Clinton, have access to secret intelligence long after she left her official duties?
Republicans set on giving healthcare another shot. Will they get it right this time? Plus, In a political environment beset with chaos Mike Pence provides a stable influence, and, Media just doesn’t get Trump daughter Ivanka’s White House office.
By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
On tax reform, economic growth, reducing the size and scope of government and many other areas President Trump has indicated he wants to pass a bold conservative agenda. Let’s make it our job to be the “fourth force” that pushes him to the right and convinces him that to pass that agenda he must explicitly and actively move right and align himself with conservatives.
President Trump's action ordering the Attorney General to settle the lawsuits pending over Obama's Clean Energy plan opens the possibility that the Attorney General could enter consent agreements with the states, trade associations, rural electric co-ops and labor unions that would put his pro-growth energy policies into a legal framework that would be difficult if not impossible for a future president or Congress to unwind.
If you were a Republican president, would you turn to Maxine Waters to help you with your agenda? Plus, Republicans’ next move should focus on what voters care about the most, and, By show of hands, how many of you Democrats will vote for cloture?
The change in tone in Sean Spicer's White House press briefing is a very important piece of trail craft that tells us Priebus’ influence is waning and that the Ryancare disaster has shown just how out of his depth the White House Chief of Staff is, given that his primary qualification for the job was his long home state relationship with Speaker Paul Ryan.
Our friend Michael Patrick Leahy has shown that there’s more than willful blindness behind the bizarre rulings against President Trump's Executive Orders on travel from terrorism hotspots. There’s a potential conspiracy involving Democrat holdovers at the Department of Homeland Security, Muslim sympathizers in the media and the shadowy “immigrant rights” groups and Democratic state Attorneys General that have brought the lawsuits to overturn the President’s Executive Order.
The gnat-ish Democrats can’t prevail unless the Republicans let them win. Plus, This time it’s the Democrats who are hopelessly divided on a headlining issue, and, Trump can and must use his bully pulpit to help people out of Democrat dependency.