Texas Senator Investigates Crimes, Corruption and Collusion by Barack Obama and George Soros

Barack Obama and George Soros, his billionaire bank roller; used his Presidency to steal American taxpayer money for political power. Its sad to say that all the corruption that happened under the Obama administration and no one has ever been prosecuted for it. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is leading the way to

Lying Loretta Lynch Protects Hillary Clinton, Corrupt Democrats, What’s New?

Can you imagine the kind of country that would have continued, had Hillary Clinton been sitting in the Oval Office right now? It would just be a continuation of the same destructive policies of the past 8 years. Lies is all we got from the Obama Administration. Am America where there

A Lame American Presidency

Every crisis in his much-diminished presidency has been Donald Trump’s own fault, a self-inflicted wound. His enemies haven’t landed a serious punch yet, but they haven’t really had to. He’s doing a great job cold-cocking himself with regularity. Eight months in, it’s clear that the one thing President Trump is

Robert E. Lee at West Point

(Note to readers: Colleges and universities have presidents. Military units have commanders. At the nation’s service academies, the Superintendent—known colloquially as the Supe (rhymes with “soup”)—combines both functions. At my alma mater West Point, the current Superintendent, the 59th since the academy’s founding in 1802, is Lieutenant General Robert L.

Legitimizing Left-Wing Violence

In an effort to show that Donald Trump was wrong to denounce violent antifa left-wingers in Charlottesville, Slate‘s Dahlia Lithwick asks left-wingers in Charlottesville if the antifa were violent. Surprise! The verdict is: no way! Take a look at the response of the Rev. Seth Wispelwey of a United Church of

The Permanent Crisis

Things are spinning out of control. A mass assassination of the Republican House leadership has already been attempted. It almost succeeded. https://t.co/tyEcNvIsVg — Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) August 17, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Conservative writer Erick Erickson: This is not sustainable. Something is going to have to give. I do not know what, but something will

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Trump’s comment on Venezuela makes a bad situation worse. Michael Shifter calls Trump’s “military option” statement a “gratuitous gift” to Maduro. Things don’t end well for madmen. Stephen Walt explains the pitfalls of running an unpredictable “madman” foreign policy. The critical difference between preemption and preventive war. Christopher Preble notes the importance

Another Shady Side of Solar

Here’s a dilemma for you: what does President Trump do when the solar panel manufacturing industry asks for trade protection? That’s not just a humorous exploration into Trump’s trade philosophy, it’s a real question that could soon come to his desk in the Oval Office. Though Trump has never been

Never Let an Opioid Crisis Go to Waste

When the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis advised the President to declare a national emergency to deal with the overdose epidemic, HHS Secretary Tom Price wisely suggested that this step wouldn’t be particularly useful: “[T]he opioid crisis at this point can be addressed without the declaration

The Never-Ending War in Afghanistan

About a month ago, President Trump met with his national security team — Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster — to review their proposed strategy for the war in Afghanistan. Trump rejected it, heatedly, because it proposed continuation

Two Kinds of Trump Supporters

When filling in for Joe Pags on his eponymous nationally-syndicated radio show on Monday, I thought my analysis of the president’s comments two days earlier following the Charlottesville riots and the death of Heather Heyer was “fair and balanced”: The president didn’t say anything factually wrong but his not specifically

Respecting the Power of the Pardon

Washington President Donald Trump has not used the power granted to him in the U.S. Constitution to pardon or commute federal offenders. (A pardon essentially blots out a criminal conviction; a commutation does not revoke a conviction, but reduces or eliminates the sentence.) But that could change on Tuesday when Trump visits

Media Matters Lies, Part MCCLXIII

When it comes to lying, the folks at Media Matters for America just can’t help themselves. Indeed, when simply conceding the truth will do them, at worst, minimal harm, they lie. Media Matters President Angelo Carusone is the latest to display this compulsion. Calling out Media Matters’ campaign against Fox News’ Sean Hannity, The American Spectator’s Jeffrey

Steve Bannon Was Fired in February

For all their faults, Democrats have always been far more astute at the long game. Sadly, Steve Bannon was effectively fired in February. Bannon’s long road to exile began on December 29 last year, when Michael Flynn had an innocuous conversation with the Russian ambassador eavesdropped on and unmasked by Obama officials. After

The Good News Is There’s Only Three And A Half Years Left

Donald Trump, speaking in front of George Washington, who probably would have re-thought the whole “two term” thing had he realized what America would get itself into. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) If you look closely at the headline above, you’ll notice that the two O’s actually have sarcasm slowly oozing out, and some

CNN Blatantly Covers up ‘Antifa’ Violence for the Most Amazing Reason

The left has developed an entire public relations campaign in the last week to convince everyone that the lackwit anarcho-marxists of the ‘antifa’ (correctly pronounce an-TEE-fa, I’m told) movement is actually not violent. Put aside the documented fact that every single time this bunch appears violence takes place. Not only