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Trump Approval Drops to 46%: Here’s Why We’re Pleased

The numbers are in and 45 is down to 46. At least, that’s where Rasmussen Reports Daily Tracking Poll had Trump’s approval rating as of earlier this week. At the moment this sentence was written, he was down to 41% approval, with 57% disapproving of his performance. He’s never had a higher approval rating than he did at the start of the year at 56%. If Trump were an ordinary president, and if this were the mid-90s, he’d be in big trouble. In the past, when people relied on the television for their news, a good approval rating was anything ...Continue reading

President Trump’s Staff Makes Bold Promise on Timing of Tax Relief

Tax reform has been all over the news as of late. There have been lots of discussions and media stories regarding the proposed tax reform and the progress it has made. However, there are concerns over the timeline for a lot of people. Many people are wondering when it will be completed and when it will be officially put into motion. This tax reform will completely change the way that taxes are managed in our country and it will impact essentially every American. So when will it be completed? While there is still no official timeline, there are people looking ...Continue reading

Comey Got Rich Working with Hillary Clinton

The calls for the appointment of a new Special Counsel by Attorney General Jeff Sessions continue to grow louder and louder as new revelations about the FBI's 2016 criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton come to light. GOP Congressmen Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Matt Gaetz (R-FL) say there are far too many new questions about how former FBI Director James Comey handled the investigation which led to no charges against Mrs. Clinton. Comey should have recused himself from the Clinton email server investigation because of a glaring conflict of interest, which we'll get to in a moment. Meanwhile, Reps. Jordan and ...Continue reading

Mendez and Moore: A Tale of Two Parties

Judge Roy Moore may or may not be guilty of allegations being leveled against him and if he is then he should have no place in the U.S. Senate or any other elected office for that matter. The operative word there is “if”. While the media, Democrats, and establishment Republicans have been quick to rush to judgment, a few observers point out what should be obvious - the allegations of sexual misconduct have a curious timing. Why was what supposedly happened 38 years ago only brought forward when Alabama law prohibits any additions or changes to the ballot? The supposed ...Continue reading