President Trump Delivers Hard Truths to UN Assembly

In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly, President Donald Trump dispensed with convention and instead spoke plainly. It couldn’t have come a moment too soon. For the last eight years President Obama’s words promised peace and prosperity, that the world would be remade not through force but through the power of dialogue.…
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President Trump’s Bipartisan Gesture Met With #Resistance

President Donald Trump reached across the aisle with two hands last week to form a short-term fiscal deal with Democrats. Pundits promptly went crazy. Somehow, the decision to postpone the coming fight over spending and debt until the new year, a shift of just a few months, became a sign that the two-party system was…
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Trump’s Critics Get it Backwards on DACA

If the Trump Administration’s announcement about the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has taught us anything it’s that neither Democrats nor the media has any idea what to make of Donald Trump. On Tuesday, the Trump Administration announced its intention to phase out the DACA program, which allowed certain illegal immigrants who entered…
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Democrats Have No Path to a House Majority Except Through Trump Country

In each of the last two elections Democrats have convinced themselves that they had a shot at recapturing the House of Representatives. Quite simply they didn’t. President Obama was too divisive, the economy was too sluggish, and Obamacare was too unpopular for voters to consider a GOP majority as anything but a necessary check on…
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While the Media Spun Its Wheels, the Economy Gained Traction in Q2

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld once joked that it’s amazing that every day the world’s news always fits the exact dimensions of a newspaper. It seems quaint now. Newspapers are a shrinking business, replaced instead by the 24-hour cable news cycle and the boundless content of the internet. Even though the size of the vehicles delivering the…
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Democrats’ Self-Sabotage is Undermining Senate Hopes

“Today, I will tell you, with lots of prayers and lots of thinking, I can’t help you anymore being a Democrat governor,” West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said at a rally with President Donald Trump in Huntington. “So tomorrow, I will be changing my registration to Republican.” Gov. Justice’s abandonment of the Democratic Party, just…
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Gen. Kelly Is Just the Man to Shepherd Trump’s Agenda Over the Finish Line

The Department of Homeland Security has traditionally been a model of dysfunction. An amalgam of 22 different federal departments with wildly different missions, it has been a consistent thorn in the side of even the most well-intentioned administrators. It has five key missions, none of which it has done well. It’s spent tens of billion…
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Reflexive Anti-Trumpism Hits a New Low

Reflexive anti-Trumpism is all the rage amongst the liberal elite. Whereas President Obama could do no wrong, President Trump can do no right. Every action, every word, every gesture is parsed, looking for the slightest bit of scandalous innuendo that may exist between syllables, and where none can be found a Plan B consisting of…
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CNN Pays the Price for Prioritizing Anti-Trumpism Over Journalistic Integrity

“In the main, it was not true,” James Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee about a bombshell New York Times story that alleged contacts between Trump’s inner circle and Russian officials. “The challenge, and I’m not picking on reporters, about writing stories about classified information is the people talking about it often don’t really know…
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Donald Trump to America: “You’re Hired”

Businessman Donald Trump gained fame as host of “The Apprentice,” where his line “You’re Fired” took on a pop culture life of its own. Now, as president, Trump is attempting to re-invigorate the United States’ apprenticeship model in an effort to get more employers saying “you’re hired.” This week, President Trump will make the expansion…
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