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Trump Takes on the NFL's Stars... and Stripes September 25, 2017 It's been a long time since a group of underdog college kids beat the Soviets on ice at Lake Placid. Or since Jesse Owens sprinted his way to four gold medals while Adolf Hitler watched. Yesterday, Americans probably felt ...
For Senate: Life Begins at 50... Votes September 21, 2017 Republicans certainly have a flair for the dramatic. With less than four working days to kill Obamacare, Senate hallways are already empty. With their repeal bill still hanging in the balance, members left town late Tuesday to mark ...
U.N. Bears the Blunt of Trump September 20, 2017 It's been called everything from a "well-cooked pudding" to a "shotgun marriage." But there's one word no one is using for Donald Trump's U.N. speech -- and that's "timid." After eight years of diplomatic pleasantries, Americans finally ...
GOP Gets with the Pro-Graham on Health Care September 18, 2017 Weeks after Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) pulled off a political stunner -- blocking the GOP's health care bill at the last second -- Republicans refuse to say die. Over the summer recess of soul-searching, two senators put ...
Military at Ease after Trans Ban Survives September 19, 2017 When Congress sets records, they aren't always good ones! But yesterday, the Senate kept a good streak alive, passing the $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for the 56th consecutive year. In a Capitol where ...
All the Evidence You Need for Why SPLC is Not Credible September 15, 2017 Ten years ago, the Southern Poverty Law Center declared its mission to destroy the groups it opposes, groups that now include mainstream conservative and Judeo-Christian organizations. While the SPLC's methods to ...
What's in Store if Senate Can't Replace Obamacare September 14, 2017 After 8 years of promises, Senate GOP leaders continue to scramble to put an end to what President Trump often describes as the "nightmare" of Obamacare. Yesterday, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Bill Cassidy ...
Religious Tests: The Fine Line of Feinstein September 13, 2017 If liberals were seriously concerned about bigotry, they'd be fighting the rash of it right under their nose! While groups like Southern Poverty Law Center continue their phony crusade against Christians, their own party ...
U.S. Debt: Here Today, Gone to Borrow September 12, 2017 "Alexander Hamilton started the Treasury Department with nothing," Will Rogers joked, "and sometimes I think that's the closest we've been to breaking even." Not too many people were laughing on Friday afternoon, though, when the ...
FEMA's Banned Aid Ripped by Trump September 11, 2017 When Hurricane Harvey ripped through Texas, most people never dreamed it was the beginning of a bigger storm over religious freedom. Unfortunately, that's exactly what happened when three Houston churches applied for FEMA funding -- only ...
DOJ Fights Whisk Management in Baker's Case September 08, 2017 It may be one of the most important religious liberty cases in a century -- and President Trump isn't about to be on the wrong side of it. In the latest sign that this isn't Barack Obama's DOJ, the administration is going to ...
Senate Dems Refuse to Grin on Barrett September 07, 2017 Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) isn't on the Judiciary Committee -- but he was certainly channeling his religious intolerance to the Democrats who are. In an eerie encore of Sanders's fiery exchange with Trump budget pick Russell ...
Planned Parenthood: On a Cash Course with Congress September 06, 2017 If seven months wasn't enough time for Congress to repeal Obamacare, then getting it done in 24 days would take a minor miracle. And while conservatives are more than willing to hope for one, they're also setting their ...
Back in the Swing after Recess: Here's What to Expect from Congress September 05, 2017 Unfortunately for Congress, August wasn't exactly a slow news month. Long before Hurricane Harvey, leaders were already bracing for a rough re-entry to D.C. Now, the Texas crisis is just part of the ...
Leave and Learn: Senate Heads Home to Regroup August 04, 2017 The Senate only had one working day left -- and they made the most of it. After months of sandbagging President Trump's nominees, Democrats finally agreed to cooperate on an up-or-down vote for dozens of appointees. "Democrats ...
Dems Invite Lifers to the Party August 03, 2017 When the GOP stumbled on its biggest priority of the year, most people thought they'd handed the Left a huge political opportunity. Unfortunately for Democrats, they're too busy fighting over abortion to seize it. While the Republicans walk ...
Coast Guard Fails to Buoy Trans Cause August 02, 2017 Liberals have spent the last week insisting that Donald Trump's military policy is wrong -- but they certainly haven't come up with any compelling reasons why. While conservatives point to a laundry list of problems from the potential ...
Nominees Enter Trump's Courts with Praise August 01, 2017 There may be some drama with the president's own staff, but Republicans have plenty of good things to say about his other hires: a popular slate of judges to the federal bench. As the health care debate unfolded on Capitol Hill, ...
Commander in Common Sense July 31, 2017 The media and Democratic Party share a lot of things -- and their miscalculation of voters seems to be one of them. In the days since Donald Trump wrestled the military back from the radical transgender policy of the Obama years, liberal commentators ...
Skinny Repeal Thin on Votes July 28, 2017 While most Americans slept, the GOP was living its own nightmare. The party's seven-year push to rescue the country from the clutches of Obamacare came crumbling down at the last moment, sending Republicans to a shocking defeat that seemed ...
A Spine of the Times: Trump's Nerve Spares Troops July 27, 2017 The American people knew what they were getting when they elected Donald Trump: a brassy, politically-incorrect, outsider. Tired of Republicans that ran from the fight, they elected a man who wasn't afraid of anyone. And he's ...
Military Trans Fixed by Trump July 26, 2017 Our troops have waited eight years for a leader who puts America's mission first. Today, they got one. In what may end up being the single most important military decision of his presidency, Donald Trump announced that the days of ...
A Debate with Destiny: GOP Sends Repeal to the Floor July 25, 2017 When Majority Leader Mitch McConnell woke up this morning, he knew today was about one thing: moving on. Whether that meant moving on to the much-awaited health care debate or moving on to another strategy, no one knew. ...
Senate Rewrite for the Byrds July 24, 2017 The Senate health care debate already had more plot twists than a Hollywood blockbuster. But on Friday, the real-life drama took another turn, sentencing Republicans to more late night problem-solving. Adding to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's ...
GOP Holds Military's Fleet to the Fire July 21, 2017 If liberals thought the debate over military sex changes was over, they underestimated the American people! Even Republicans have been stunned by the level of outrage over the policy, which has been lighting up phones on Capitol Hill ...

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