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Is the Economy OK?

Some of the best news about the new Trump administration is today coming from the business sector, where record company profits have boosted the fortunes of Wall Street and individual investors. For the second straight quarter, earnings at S&P 500 companies are expected to be in the double digits, with an average 11 percent increase … Continue reading “Is the Economy OK?”

CNN’s Jim Acosta Humiliated by White House Advisor on Immigration Policy

Jim Acosta, CNN’s senior White House correspondent, has been notorious for interrupting President Trump and his press secretaries, and being humiliated for it live on national television. It was Jim Acosta that Trump was responding to when he said “Don’t be rude,” and when he told CNN “You are fake news,” followed by “I’m changing … Continue reading “CNN’s Jim Acosta Humiliated by White House Advisor on Immigration Policy”

President Trump’s Responses to North Korea – The Road Ahead

North Korea, not Russia, may well prove to be the first legitimate test of Donald Trump’s international affairs policy and it seems the American people approve of his response to the crisis. Once against the mainstream media is out of touch with what the majority of Americans really care about. Noting that, Trump lambasted the … Continue reading “President Trump’s Responses to North Korea – The Road Ahead”

The Dangers of Diversity and Inclusion Fundamentalists

In the current political climate, most professionals have to walk on eggshells. This is true in academia, Fortune 500 companies and many political arenas. The problem with this heightened sensitivity is that it distracts us all from openly discussing real problems. Every American can agree that specific instances of discrimination still happen and create problems … Continue reading “The Dangers of Diversity and Inclusion Fundamentalists”

Democrats Have Eyes on the Prize for the House in 2018

While the liberal run mainstream media and Democrat Washington insiders focus on President Trump’s supposed ties to Russia, the rank and file of the party are thinking about something far more pressing – how to win back seats in the House of Representatives. The 2018 midterm elections will be the first test of the political … Continue reading “Democrats Have Eyes on the Prize for the House in 2018”

An Honest Look at Transgenders in the Military

Trump shook the liberals in their boots again when he tweeted his idea for a transgender military ban. The left was predictably ruffled and their responses within expectation, but this brings up an important point that has been ignored for too long. How does being transgender impact military service? We’ll look at the raw numbers, … Continue reading “An Honest Look at Transgenders in the Military”

WikiLeaks Releases 70,000 Macron Emails

WikiLeaks has released a massive cache of hacked emails belonging to the anti-nationalist president Emmanuel Macron. The election was an upset where his opponent, Marine Le Pen, the pro-French sovereignty, pro-Brexit/Frexit candidate, was seen as having a clear path to victory. Just as the Brexit vote the year before has been widely likened to the … Continue reading “WikiLeaks Releases 70,000 Macron Emails”

General John Kelly – A New Sheriff is in the West Wing

Just days ago President Trump announced that he had named retired General John Kelly as chief of staff. Many believe the much respected former Director of Homeland Security will establish order in what has been a chaotic White House so the President can move on with his agenda. One phrase being repeated around Washington describes … Continue reading “General John Kelly – A New Sheriff is in the West Wing”

Why a $2 Million Public Bathroom in New York City Says Everything about What’s Wrong with Democrats (and America)

In New York City, a new public building that was recently completed serves to remind city dwellers (and all Americans, really) of a few of the major problems facing our country today. The building in question cost $2 million. With a price tag like that, some readers might be imagining a public library branch, a … Continue reading “Why a $2 Million Public Bathroom in New York City Says Everything about What’s Wrong with Democrats (and America)”

A.G. Jeff Sessions and President Trump Go after MS-13

Over the last two years, as discussion about illegal immigration has heated up, one term has been cropping up again and again in conversations: MS-13. What is MS-13? For the uninitiated, MS-13 stands for “Mara Salvatrucha [13]” — the name of an El Salvador-affiliated, transnational criminal gang that the U.S. Treasury Department has said is … Continue reading “A.G. Jeff Sessions and President Trump Go after MS-13”


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