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

Whistleblower attorneys insist they do not want to ‘shut out’ GOP reps

Lawyers for the anonymous whistleblower whose complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry of President Trump have reached out to House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., insisting that their client is still ready, willing and able to cooperate with Republicans by providing written answers to questions — after GOP lawmakers scoffed at a prior

Any GOP Senator Who Votes to Impeach Trump ‘Is Signing His Own Political Death Warrant’

Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” political commentator and former Bill Clinton adviser Dick Morris advised GOP senators against voting to impeach President Donald Trump. Morris said any GOP senator who does vote to impeach the president “is signing his own death warrant” in the next election cycle. “[D]onald Trump isn’t

5 Historic National Conventions

APRIL – JUNE 1860 : DEMOCRATS BATTLE IT OUT OVER SLAVERY Going into their convention, Democrats were deeply divided over slavery. Though presumptive nominee Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas wasn’t exactly pro-slavery, he wasn’t exactly anti-slavery either. Douglas pushed for popular sovereignty, which allowed the residents of a state or territory to decide for themselves whether

Dem leader tells GOP to ‘GET LOST’ over impeachment inquiry witness list

House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Hakeem Jeffries blasted Republicans and labeled them as a “#CoverUpCaucus” after they submitted a list of witnesses they would like to call for public testimony as part of the ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Trump. Jeffries, D-N.Y., also questioned the validity of the witnesses in a brief but fiery tweet

Dems’ impeachment rules ignore fairness, due process

Joseph diGenova, One only need look at past impeachment proceedings to realize that the Democrats are making a baseless political attack on President Trump that has no justification under the Constitution. House Democrats claimed, for weeks, that their impeachment circus didn’t need any sort of vote to authorize it. They lost that argument in the

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

For Democrats, Power Isn’t Everything — It’s the Only Thing

John Steinreich, The partisan impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump is little more than the Democrats’ latest attempt to gain what has always been the object of their party’s desire: political power. To the end of obtaining power, the Democratic Party has supported every tyrannical and immoral policy — from slavery to confiscatory taxation to abortion