Politics

Where the sideshow political circus that is the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings is concerned there are a few quotes and realities that we all should consider. If we are not careful, the mainstream media and the Progressive-Left will turn us all into useful idiots…and that moment is coming quickly. “But the most brilliant propagandist
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  by Vandana Rambaran The head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, in charge of raising campaign funds for upcoming House races, says he feels the party’s prospects of maintaining its majority is “pretty good” come November. With roughly 60 more days until the midterm elections, the NRCC is tapping Democratic platforms such as abolishing Immigration and
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They say that all politics is local. This is true. Equally true is the notion that the government closest to you is the entity of government that affects you the most. So, when local politics and the power brokers behind local politics are corrupt the people suffer. Corrupt politicians are nothing new to politics.
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If there is a poster child for the “resist movement” it is undoubtedly US Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA). From before the beginning of President Trump’s term, Waters has been screaming “impeachment” as if it is something that political foes can bestow upon their rivals. Of course, they cannot. Impeachment can only be the result
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  by Hanna Bogorowski Maine’s Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate was arrested outside a detention center in Texas on Friday morning for refusing to leave the premises after being told he was not allowed in. The nominee, Zak Ringelstein, announced Wednesday that he was traveling to McAllen, Texas, to deliver personal items, including toys, books
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By now everyone who is up to speed on current events knows that Randa Jarrar, a “professor” at California State University at Fresno, took to Twitter after the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush, to lambaste her memory. This cretin then bragged she couldn’t be fired because she was “tenured.” Jarrar tweeted: “I’m
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Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton believes her experience in politics serves as a model for women around the world. “I have often thought that I am a kind of a Rorschach test for people who are trying to make sense, not just of me personally, but of women’s roles and women’s expanded opportunities, in not
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short hold a briefing to update the media on the events and issues of the day including: Transcript MS. SANDERS: Pulling out the big guns for Friday. (Laughter.) Serious business. Good afternoon. Q Good afternoon. Happy Friday. MS. SANDERS: Let me start
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By Ed Craig, Main Street Examiner Election night in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District special election is over and the candidates are separated by just .2% of the vote. The vote counting will continue and both sides believe they have won. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) Chairman Ben Ray Luján congratulated the Democratic Party candidate, Conor
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  by Chuck Ross Democrats on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence say they want to interview more than 30 witnesses and issue 15 subpoenas before shutting down the panel’s Russia investigation. The wish list was issued Tuesday in a 21-page status report in response to committee Republicans’ announcement on Monday that they are shutting
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I could not understand why medical records from the Department of Defense could not be seamlessly transferred to the Veterans’ Administration. – Jared Kushner, Senior Adviser to the president “Interoperability” isn’t a word most people hear every day. But when it comes to the future of patient-centered healthcare in the United States, few technological
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in In The News, Politics, Trump Administration March 9, 2018 White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders holds a briefing to update the media on the events and issues of the day including: North Korea willing to talk de-nuclearization Steel and Aluminum tariffs The departure of Gary Cohen The briefing
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Wednesday afternoon, Vice President Mike Pence cast a tie-breaking vote to confirm Russell Vought, the Trump administration’s nominee for deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget. Vought’s nomination drew national attention after Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) deemed Vought unfit for public service due to his Christian belief that salvation is found through Jesus Christ alone. In response to Senator
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