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Lansing, Michigan was a ‘sanctuary city’ for a short time, meaning that local law enforcement authorities claim jurisdictional authority on immigration matters over the federal government. The city council voted 6-0 to become a ‘sanctuary city’ last week, but this week, a 5-2 vote reversed the decision. The city council members allegedly feared public backlash […]
Why did leftist Millennials protesters ‘flip off’ (i.e. flip their middle fingers or ‘flip the bird’) at the Victims of Communism Memorial and take a photo of it on social media? It seems ironic that leftist Millennials, who opposed AIPAC (a pro-Israel organization), are flipping off a memorial that remembers the deaths and suffering of […]
Kremlin-crazed Trumpophobes snored as Hillary and Bill made Russia great again. The Democrats and old-guard news media (forgive the redundancy) are pathologically obsessed with the hypothesis that Team Trump and Russia rigged last November’s presidential election. Show More Summary
With this recent executive order, Trump is dismantling another of Obama’s key legacy items, a policy that the media desire to protect from the new Republican president.
Episode 67. In this information packed show we discuss the U.S. air strike on Syria, relations with Russia, White House adviser Steve Bannon’s future, Sean Spicer’s Hitler comments and much, much more. Please SUBSCRIBE on iTunes. SoundCloud audio is below:
Kellyanne Conway attended a First Amendment event at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. She had a one-on-one interview with the Washington Post’s Michael Wolff, who asked her to give a grade (A-F) on the press so far in Trump’s presidency. What was her response? “Incomplete.”.@MichaelWolffNYC asks @KellyannePolls to grade the press from A-F. She […]
At the Newseum’s recent event on President Trump’s relationship with the press and First Amendment, former Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri blasted the press’s handling of Clinton’s e-mail scandal. Per a reporter...Show More Summary
Considering that the New York Times thinks itself to be a venerable and infallible journalistic institution, it seems that their editorial board has been proven wrong since 2012. Mitt Romney, the GOP challenger to Barack Obama, told the audience that Russia is America’s number one geopolitical foe. He was ridiculed for the remark, but today, […]
Attorney General Jeff Sessions deviated from his prepared remarks, where he said that MS-13 and other gangs are “filth” and that the U.S. government will work to eliminate the problems with gangs. However, people on social media saw the word “filth” and mistakenly attributed it to Sessions disparaging illegal immigrants and blasted Sessions for the […]
CNN may be running out of anti-Trump material to publish, especially since they are hyping the results of a Kansas special election that was not really narrow. The Republican candidate, Ron Estes, won the election and replaced former congressman Mike Pompeo (who now works in the Trump administration as the CIA director). The Daily Signal […]
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is taking flak for saying he’s “not worried at all” about robots displacing American workers. Yet he’s spot on: Robots will soon spark a productivity boom, leading to improved economic growth, higher wages and a higher standard of living. Just what America needs after a decade dragging along at 2 percent […]
It’s fascinating that Kucinich is now a leader of the campaign against defending South Korea from a communist attack.
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway brushed aside journalist Michael Wolff’s attempt to label her as the “Darkness” during a forum at the Newseum on Wednesday morning. The event, titled “The President and the Press: The First Amendment in the First 100 Days,” brought together an assortment of journalists and Trump administration officials, including Conway […]
The Left tried to derail the nomination and confirmation of President Trump’s Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Now, credible threats force the Department of Education to have a security detail provided by the U.S. Marshals for DeVos, which costs taxpayers close to $1 million a month. The Marshals said that they do not have […]
Liberals and Democrats have a stranglehold on commencement addresses, as is the norm. The only Republicans speaking to top 100 universities are Vice President Mike Pence at Notre Dame and an attorney general in Arizona: Three Democratic U.S. senators will address graduates at the prestigious universities. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is the featured speaker at […]
Recently, the media – hell-bent on demonstrating seriousness about factual reporting – took on issues deemed sufficiently important so as to demand further research. What were they? During a March 28 press briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer suggested the media were so focused on connecting Donald Trump to the Russians, “If the President […]
It seems that the Trump-Putin conspiracy theory was designed to cover or excuse the illegal surveillance of Trump and his associates by the Obama administration.
Embattled Fox News host Bill O’Reilly saw his ratings rise substantially last week despite the fact that more than 60 advertisers have pulled ads from his show after The New York Times reported that O’Reilly and Fox News paid $13 million to five women to settle sexual harassment charges. The O’Reilly Factor averaged more than […]
Neil Gorsuch was officially sworn-in as the 113th Supreme Court justice, replacing the late Antonin Scalia. He was President Trump’s first Supreme Court nominee, and the interesting fact is that he is the first former clerk to take a position while his former boss was still on the court. Who was his former boss on […]
President Trump, per the Washington Post tracker on campaign promises, has broken only four promises and has kept six promises out of sixty total campaign promises. By comparison, Obama made 514 campaign promises, breaking six of them, fulfilling twenty-seven of them and had some progress on sixty-one others. PolitiFact admitted that many of Obama’s campaign promises […]