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NYT columnist comes unglued on MSNBC: Justice Kennedy ‘betrayed the nation’ – is ‘destroying’ it

By Robert Laurie Panic! Hysteria! Rage! Hand-wringing and hyperbole! The left is in free fall right now, and they seem to be blissfully unaware that the fear tactics they’re still employing are the very things

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Mitch McConnell mockingly responds to Schumer’s call for Merrick Garland SCOTUS nomination

By Robert Laurie For years, it seemed like there was no fight that Mitch McConnell wasn’t prepared to lose. Like most conservative outlets, that meant we gave Mitch quite a bit of (well deserved) grief.


Economy produces 213,000 new jobs in June, more people re-enter the workforce

By Dan Calabrese You’ve probably never heard someone tell you it was a good thing that the unemployment rate rose. I’m going to tell you that. With 213,000 new jobs created in June – well

Environmental Protection Agency

Scott Pruitt out at EPA; predictably, Democrats already attacking his successor

By Dan Calabrese Scott Pruitt’s priority as EPA administrator was to stop the agency from being used to bludgeon the business community and stunt economic growth under the flimsy guise of protecting the environment. That

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Report: Trump narrows SCOTUS list to two names – reveal Monday night at 9pm

By Robert Laurie The nomination of the next Supreme Court nominee has the media in a tizzy, conservatives excited, and Democrats in as sort of bipolar hysteria that careens wildly back and forth between rage

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Schumer to Trump: You need to appoint Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court

By Dan Calabrese “It would unite the country,” you see. I’m sure. Democrats would stop attacking every word out of Trump’s mouth and every action or inaction he takes. Conservatives would be just fine with

Liberals Slip And Admit It

DNC Chair Tom Perez says NY socialist Ocasio-Cortez Is ‘the future of our party’

By Robert Laurie Last week, liberal hearts were all aflutter. 28-year-old socialist, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, managed to push New York Congressman Joe Crowley out of a seat he’d held for a decade. Suddenly, the far-left had

Confirmation Votes

If country is first, why won’t McCain show up for SCOTUS vote . . . or resign so someone else can?

By Dan Calabrese I am deeply sorry that John McCain is gravely ill. I have prayed for him. I will continue to do so. But I have a question. McCain has claimed throughout his political


Polls suggest trashing Trump isn’t working too well for Democrats

By Herman Cain I’m not a big poll follower because I know they can be manipulated. But I do consider the Real Clear Politics (RCP) average to be a more reliable indicator of what’s going


July 4, 1776: The Founding Fathers rap their way to independence

By Dan Calabrese Whatever happened to JibJab anyway? It came into our consciousness with the amazing “This Land” parody of the Bush-Kerry race in 2004, and that prompted some of us to become big fans