100 days

President Trump’s Executive Order On Religious Liberty

While the new rules have yet to be seen, and conservatives must remain vigilant that they follow the President’s commitment, President Trump’s Executive Order calling off the Obama Justice Department’s anti-Christian crusade is a huge victory for conservatives.

Hillary Clinton’s Belated Victory Party

As well-intentioned and committed to his agenda as President Trump may be, he has failed to grasp that Paul Ryan's Omnibus spending bill does not fund his priorities, not because Ryan is an inept Speaker, but because he is on the other side.

Democrats are doubling down on failure

Marc Thiessen, New York Post

The Democrats’ unrelenting, hyperventilating obstruction of Trump has sent a crystal-clear message to Obama-Trump voters: We don’t hear you. We loathe your president and all of you who put him into office. And we’re going to show you what you can do with your Trump vote, by doing everything in our power to undermine the man you elected.

Is Trump on Track in His First 100 Days?

Ken Blackwell, CNS News

A few months ago, the usual pundits said a Trump presidency was impossible. But voters had a different idea. Now we have a president who is leading from the front and delivering strong, practical, and conservative government that serves all of us.

100 Days: Trump climbs the learning curve

Editors, Washington Examiner

Inexperience and novelty have been defining characteristics of President Trump's first three months in office, both for better and for worse. He has made rookie mistakes and proven malleable, even credulous to bad arguments. But, to good effect, his flexibility has dragged him away from some bad ideas, and there are signs that his could be a sharply pragmatic administration.

Trump's day-one actions: Kill TPP and energy regs, boost cyberdefense

Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner

"As part of this plan, I've asked my transition team to develop a list of executive actions we can take on day one to restore our laws and bring back our jobs. It's about time," he added. Trump's executive actions centered on six policy areas that were central to his campaign against Hillary Clinton: trade, energy reform, deregulation, national security, immigration and ethics reform.