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Will Liberals ever pull their heads out to smell the roses? What? Could this be an unfitting insensitive question? Instead of heads exploding, please calmly pause for a moment and ask, “When was the last time you saw a Liberal smiling or laughing?” Isn’t that a prime example of dysfunction? Shouldn’t that be diagnosed
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Should anyone be upset over any legitimate bi-partisan legislative proposal? Isn’t that the American way? That’s why our wise forefathers gave us our system of “checks and balances,” right? That’s why Americans revolt when legislators attempt to “ram” unpopular legislation down our throats that harm our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of
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In order to understand Democrats, we must first understand they all have “one” common thread linking them into one being… “spending other people’s money!” The reason this first stage is critical in their membership efforts is they lack self-confidence in doing anything transparent or honest. Anyone recall President Obama’s famous lie? What about Nancy
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In an interview of former congressman Trey Gowdy by former congressman Jason Chaffetz, they excoriate the absence of outrage from the media when the Obama administration stonewalled investigations by Congress. Gowdy praised Chaffetz for trying to speak to the media when he was in Congress, but then decried them for their “duplicity” and unfair “relativism.”
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The White House headed off a threat from House Democrats to move forward with contempt proceedings against two of its key cabinet members by asserting executive privilege over subpoenaed documents. A message from Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd sent to House Oversight Committee chair Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) informs the panel that the White House had
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This week we have one of those rare occasions when government priorities and government funding match exactly. Fox News reports, “Loose change left at airports may be used to help fund border operations.” RJ Matson; CQ Roll Call If you need additional proof Washington, Inc. doesn’t give a damn about stopping and reversing illegal
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A new poll shows that very few Americans believe that former senior members of the Trump administration should ignore subpoenas from Congress, while many more want them to testify. The new Hill-HarrisX poll found that 74 percent of registered voters, nearly three-quarters, opined that senior Trump administration members should be made to testify before Congress
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In the movie Forest Gump, an expression from the 14th century was resuscitated. Since then, Liberals justify it being often repeated. The saying is critical to understand because it compares “facades” to “reality.” In other words, we all know people who purport to be something they are not. Reality suggests someone very different. Please
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Since the Civil War, little has changed within the Democrat Party. They love their plantation lifestyles, hatred for people of color, and quest for tyrannical power. For them, God, laws, and the Constitution are mere obstacles to be circumvented. Democrats and their media accomplices portray themselves as loving, caring, and first-class public servants. However,
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The White House doesn’t plan to voluntarily acquiesce to House Democrats’ sweeping demands for information anytime soon. In a 12-page letter to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday, White House Counsel Pat Cipollone stated that the executive branch would not be complying with House Democrats’ March document requests, while accusing Nadler and
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Did Americans fall asleep at the wheel to awaken in a totally different country? Aren’t we now somewhere unfamiliar and not sure how to flee the crazies? With a shameful approval rating, shouldn’t we now agree that Congress has seemingly taken it upon themselves to forego their official responsibilities and move on to a
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Dictionary.com explains dichotomy in this way: a division into two mutually exclusive, opposed, or contradictory groups: a dichotomy between thought and action. Could there ever be a more profound display of dichotomy than the current Democrat Party? On the one hand, it’s all about loving illegal immigrants. Yes, we have all heard their pitiful
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The White House responded to efforts by House Democrats to obtain further information on special counsel Robert Mueller’s report with an assertion of executive privilege Monday morning. “The American people see through Chairman [Jerry] Nadler’s desperate ploy to distract from the President’s historically successful agenda and our booming economy,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders
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President Trump is moving America forward with fresh ideas, long-term plans, and initiating orders to make America great again. His successes are indisputable. Jobs are plentiful. Unemployment is at historical lows. Black and Hispanic unemployment at the lowest levels, ever. Manufacturing jobs are returning to America. America is now energy independent. Incomes are growing
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House Democrats got a stark warning Tuesday that their gay and transgender bill is really bad news for women’s rights — and from a somewhat surprising source. Lesbian activist Julia Beck warned the House Judiciary Committee that Democrats’ (and three Republicans’) “Equality Act” legislation to add sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes to
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Democratic members of Congress are warning President Donald Trump against the possibility that he might pardon his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was sentenced for numerous federal crimes. Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) said it would be a “gross abuse of power” that would precipitate “immediate action” by Congress, but he didn’t say what that
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A top House Democrat suggested this week that Fox News host Sean Hannity should be subpoenaed to testify before Congress to determine what he knows about hush-money payments Michael Cohen allegedly made on President Donald Trump’s behalf. What are the details? During testimony before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday, Cohen told Congress that he made
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