Iran Using U.S. Money to Strengthen Military

Any idiot could see that the Iran nuclear deal was a disaster in the making when Secretary of State John Kerry kept making concessions to appease the anti-American hardliners loyal to the Ayatollah, and those who were blinded to the deal’s disgraceful elements beforehand certainly came to see how horrible the agreement was when it was signed. But unlike some ...

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Trump Admin: North Korea Using Nukes as “Blackmail”

A member of President Trump’s National Security Council said Tuesday that North Korea could be trying to force the U.S. to abandon their support for South Korea with their increasingly-unhinged rhetoric and their pursuit of nuclear capabilities. Matt Pottinger, who is one of the president’s chief security advisers on the Pacific region, said that “deterrence” was only one facet of ...

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Major Shakeup at Heritage Foundation Worries Conservatives

It was reported this week that Jim DeMint, who is something of a conservative icon, is being forced out of his position at the head of the influential Heritage Foundation think tank. According to sources inside the organization, DeMint is being asked to leave as internal forces battle it out about the direction of the conservative activist group. Fox News, ...

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Left-Wing Comedian: No “Smug Liberal Problem” in America

If you needed another name for Samantha Bee’s TBS show “Full Frontal,” you could probably just use “Smug Liberals Laugh at Conservatives” and get the point across quite well. But according to the comedian herself, the arrogance that exudes from every half-hour of her TV program has nothing to do with the political divisiveness in today’s America. In an interview ...

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Democrats Hiding 2016 “Election Autopsy” From Public View

According to a new feature story in Politico, Democrats in the House are trying mightily to hide their 2016 election “autopsy” from public view, apparently afraid of how their supporters might react to the findings. We can only guess that they found something in their report a bit more self-critical than “It was all Russia’s fault!” From Politico: House Democrats ...

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Republican Moderates Reject New Healthcare Bill

It appeared at one point that President Trump was optimistic about getting his healthcare bill through the House of Representatives, thanks to some tough negotiations between the two disparate factions of the Republican Party: The conservative Freedom Caucus and the moderate Tuesday Group. The two factions could not reach an agreement on an earlier version of the American Health Care ...

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Senate Convenes at White House for North Korea Briefing

In a rare spectacle, all 100 U.S. senators boarded multiple buses on Wednesday for a short trip down to the White House, where they took part in an unusual briefing delivered by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Director of Intelligence Dan Coats, and Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. On the ...

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Millennials Hate Trump…But Like His Ideas

After two years of constant brainwashing, young Americans have learned to despise President Donald Trump with every fiber of their being. But a new survey from the Institute of Politics at Harvard University shows that while only 32% of Americans from 18-19 years of age approve of the president’s job performance, many of them are quite fond of some of ...

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Border Wall Delayed to Avoid Government Shutdown

It was reported this week that President Trump is willing to let Congress delay funding for the border wall he promised until 2018 in the hopes of avoiding a messy government shutdown at the end of the week. But Trump pushed back on the reports this week on Twitter, saying that just because he was willing to push a spending ...

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Democrats: No Room for Pro-Lifers in Our Party

A new poll from ABC News/Washington Post reveals that two-thirds of Americans believe that the Democratic Party is out of touch with mainstream voters. And if the party was inclined to do something about that perception, they might begin by opening their doors to candidates and supporters who don’t necessarily buy into the full left-wing agenda. Unfortunately (if you happen ...

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