While Republicans are understandably disappointed in the likely outcome of the presidential election, up and down the ballot it appears that voters still largely endorsed economic liberty.
Frequent antitrust interventions into the economy have thankfully been out of fashion in recent years. However, about once a decade Washington uses government’s biggest hammer against industry, anti-trust law, in an effort to smash a disfavored company. This is one of those years.
The nation's just-begun recovery is under threat – not only from a resurgence of the CoronaVirus, but from a possible shift of power in Washington, D.C. to the radical Socialist-Democrats and a potential Biden Presidency.
Everyone can see President Donald Trump's rallies. . . .There are also pro-Trump events that aren't covered in the media. A case in point was a recent road rally, with thousands of Trump supporters jumping in their cars and pickup trucks to drive through parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.
Don't listen to what they say. They'll do it if they can. Joe Biden finally broke his months-long silence on "Court Packing." He said voters don't "deserve to know" his position right now, they'll know it "when the election is over."
Parents can do things they forbid their kids from doing, bosses can take long lunches while insisting you not return late, and politicians can take pay-offs while…actually, there isn’t much of a private sector equivalent for that one.
Just weeks ago, officials from the Biden Campaign confirmed to NBC News that President Donald Trump’s assessment of the Biden Health Care Plan is correct – his proposals will slowly eliminate private health care coverage and force Americans into a government-controlled health care system.
Trump accurately described their enterprise as a vacuum that sucks up all the cash, even if it’s not in the interests of the United States and draws questions as to whether the elder Biden abused the office of the vice presidency for personal gain.
Polls show that while most voters believe President Trump would be better for our nation's economy, they view Old Uncle Joe Biden's economic agenda as relatively harmless. Think again – I've read the whole thing and its no wonder Bernie Sanders & radical leftist Congresswoman AOC have embraced Biden's plan, enthusiastically.
President Donald Trump has appointed 216 new Federal Judges, each having a life term. In conjunction with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Trump has taken maximum advantage of every vacancy, filling the courts with judges who will respect the Constitution – building a judicial juggernaut.
President Richard Nixon in the midst of the Watergate Scandal said: "People have got to know whether or not their president is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook – I earned everything I've got." That standard should be applied to Joe Biden. He should be pressed to explain his son Hunter's seemingly corrupt financial dealings before the election, especially when the evidence appears come from his own muddy hands.
In 1965, the percentage of Blacks born out of wedlock was 25%, a number considered so alarming that it prompted then-Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick Moynihan to write his controversial report: "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action." Today, the percentage of white children born out of wedlock is 28%.
Yes, Democrats are now threatening to pack the Supreme Court if they get the chance. That's because they've owned the Court for so long – nearly a century – that they believe they truly own it by Divine Right and Divinity. But in reality, Democrats have left themselves with no viable option but to whine, to threaten, to quiver – and to throw “Pack the Court” tantrums.
Since its inception, feminism told everyone they were fighting for equality. That’s a noble goal. It’s also one the feminists achieved, whether they want to admit it or not (and they don’t want to admit it because there’s no money or power in admitting it). But equality brought with it something unexpected and inconvenient – literal equality.
What does it mean to be "A Patriot" when fighting against belligerent and intellectual forces within our nation's own walls? American Democracy has come to a disturbing inflection point. This is not a fiction.
Is it possible to heal & grow from the wreckage that 2020 has wrought? What will our country look like in 2021, with the COVID-19 pandemic hopefully in the past and a bitterly fought and unprecedentedly divisive Presidential Election behind us?
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who spoke at the Republican National Convention, declined to bring murder charges against the three white officers involved in the tragic shooting of Louisville's Breonna Taylor, a Black woman.
He's made America far greater than it was under Presidents Bush or Obama, and he's accomplished it without much help from either party. President Trump's restored America to greatness, and in the wake of a world pandemic, is the only leader who can do it again.