Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened, is turning out to be a litany of excuses for her November electoral loss. But Clinton isn’t limiting her blame just to those around her before and during her abortive Presidential campaign.
This week the administration of President Donald Trump began circulating a draft resolution at the United States Security Council that, if approved, would grant the U.S. Navy and Air Force unprecedented power over North Korea at sea.
Liberals and the mainstream media have done their best to paint President Donald Trump’s decision to formally end President Barack Obama’s amnesty for some 800,000 immigrants living in the country illegally as heartless, but what they won’t be discussing any time soon is the the average age of those “kids.”
The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey has seen Americans put aside their differences, political and otherwise, to lend helping hands to storm victims in Texas and Louisiana, but unfortunately, the chaos has also given the Islamic State group a potential opening for mass violence.
Of all the things that have been enjoyable about the first seven months or so of the Trump presidency, one of the best is the speed at which Donald Trump has destroyed his predecessor – the “Constitutional Law Professor” – on constitutional grounds.
Whenever a Republican wants to move forward — you know, pass some legislation or even enforce the law as already written, they always, always, ALWAYS have to run through a mainstream media propaganda gauntlet dedicated to the status quo, loyal only to the Democrat cause and by extension opposed to anything resembling progress.