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Trump Speaks

President Trump surprised reporters at the White House late yesterday afternoon by delivering an impromptu press conference.  He began by congratulating Nancy Pelosi on her second term as speaker and expressed his hope that they could find areas of agreement for the good of the country. Then, with most of […]

Day One

Yesterday was a big day in Washington.  As newly-elected members of Congress were sworn in, control of the House of Representatives flipped from Republican to Democrat. While this is usually a run-of-the-mill process, a lot of things happened yesterday that should concern anyone who cherishes American values and who was […]

Faith Under Fire

Decades ago, if a high-level nominee was associated with organizations that were overtly hostile to religion, many senators would feel obligated to oppose that individual’s nomination.  Believe it or not, some Senate Democrats opposed Robert Bork’s nomination to the Supreme Court because they didn’t think he was religious enough! Now it seems […]

Six Seconds Was Too Long

Congressional leaders from both parties went to the White House yesterday for a briefing on border security.  President Trump took them into the secure Situation Room because he believes, as I do, that illegal immigration is not only a humanitarian issue, but also a national security issue. The president asked […]

Reflections On Syria

I know conservatives have different views regarding the president’s decision to withdraw 2,000 troops from Syria. But let me tell you who doesn’t have differing views: the left and its media allies. Their view is always consistent: Whenever a conservative president does something, it is wrong and, quite possibly, the […]

Mocking Middle America

Needless to say, Washington’s media elites did not care for the president’s Tampa, Florida speech.  CNN’s Jim Acosta was “triggered” by Trump’s remarks, and he tweeted this: “I’m very worried that the hostility whipped up by Trump and some in conservative media will result in somebody getting hurt. We should not treat our fellow […]