Future of America comes down to a stark choice in 2020

Janice Shaw Crouse, In early May 2017, Hillary Clinton declared herself “an activist citizen and part of what she called The Resistance. Later that month, May 17, 2017, she officially launched a “political organization aimed at funding ‘resistance’ groups” to oppose and undermine the president. As early as June 2, 2016, Hillary had been questioning

Hillary Clinton says ‘many people’ want her to join 2020 Democratic primary #NeverHillary

Hillary Clinton continued to stir speculation on Tuesday that she could make a late entry into the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, saying “many, many, many people” are pressuring her to consider a third run for the White House. The former secretary of state said during an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live that she hasn’t

Kamala, a Killer Robot, and the Social Economics of Wokeness

Daniel Greenfield, What’s the appeal of ‘Wokeness’? Let’s take two recent examples, Senator Kamala Harris and Terminator: Dark Fate. Both clunkers have two things in common. They’re overhyped vehicles that wasted millions of dollars of other people’s money, $25 million or so for Kamala, and an estimated $100 million for Terminator: Dark Fate, for negligible

Little Michael Is Trump’s Ideal Opponent

Jeff Crouere, The Democratic Party presidential candidates are so unimpressive that several newcomers may enter the race. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who served during the Obama administration, is reportedly looking at launching a presidential campaign. In addition, former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has been talking to key Democratic Party insiders to evaluate a

Election: Republican Party — and the good sense of the voters

David Zukerman, House Democrats have been eager to vote to impeach President Trump since January 3, 2019 when they became the majority in the 116th Congress. On that day, House Resolution 13 was submitted by Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) for himself and Rep. Al Green (D-Texas). This resolution called for the “impeachment and trial, and

Pelosi Using Impeachment Probe to Influence 2020 Presidential Election

EDWIN MORA, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) told reporters Thursday that House Democrat leaders are using the partisan impeachment inquiry to help decide who will be the next president of the United States, suggesting the probe will interfere with the 2020 elections. While briefing reporters in the wake of the House Democrat’s approval, along

Joe Biden: The Frontrunner Dems Don’t Really Like

STEPHEN GREEN, Democrats don’t like Joe Biden — he’s too popular. From the Yogi Berra Institute for Advanced Whackery — er, Business Insider, actually — comes a new poll showing that while Joe Biden is the most-loved Democratic presidential contender, he’s also the least-liked. According to figures released on Sunday, “27% of likely Democratic voters

The Red White and Blue Wave of the Midterm Election

Tiberiu Dianu, Since December 2017 the mainstream press has been trying to induce to the general public the idea that a Democratic tsunami “blue” wave was going to hit America during the midterm election of November 6, 2018. Initial polls were showing a double-digit advantage in the generic ballot for Democrats. In the meantime, weeks


“I don’t support Donald Trump despite being Latina — I support him because I’m Latina.” – A.J. Delgado The Washington Post’s Headline: “Why Latinos Should Vote For Trump” A.J. Delgado, The Washington Post, As a proud Latina, the daughter of two Cuban immigrants, who lives in a heavily Latino, blue-collar neighborhood, the question I’m asked

Republican Lindsey Graham to give important 2016 update: media reports

 Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who has said there is better than a 90 percent chance he will run for president, will give a “very important update” on Monday morning about 2016, according to media reports on Sunday. The South Carolina lawmaker was quoted by MSNBC as telling supporters in an email: “As an announcement draws