Sen. Ted Cruz Being Considered for Attorney General

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the second-to-last man standing in the Republican primaries (if you exclude the hopeless optimist, John Kasich), is reportedly being considered for a position in Donald Trump’s administration. Cruz met with the Trump transition team in New York on Tuesday, and several media outlets quoted sources who said he was on the “long short list” of individuals ...

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Fearful Anti-Trump Protesters Should Turn Towards the Real Enemy

Just how soft has our nation become? It’s one thing to oppose a new president; if Hillary Clinton had won last Tuesday and Democrats had taken the Senate, only a fool would imagine that conservatives would now be falling in line, rolling up their sleeves, and pledging to help this liberal government succeed. No one is suffering from that much ...

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Finally, a President Who Isn’t Afraid of Work

In his first televised interview since winning the election, President-elect Donald Trump told CBS’s 60 Minutes that he wasn’t interested in the presidential salary or the lavish vacations that come with the job. In comments that sound extraordinarily refreshing after Obama’s reign of recklessness and sloth, Trump showed the American people what it looks like when you take your mandate ...

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Hillary Clinton’s Excuse: Comey, Comey, Comey

After suffering a monumental loss on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton had to face the music this weekend in a half-hour conference call with some of her biggest donors, many of whom blamed her for losing what appeared to be a very winnable race. But if those donors expected to hear apologies and self-reflection from the former Secretary of State, they got ...

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The Three Obama Policies Certain to Be Erased by President Trump

Millions of Americans are counting on Donald Trump to live up to his campaign pledges, but Trump – like every other candidate in history – will undoubtedly find it easier to make promises than to keep them. It remains to be seen if some of them will be accomplished or even pursued, though a Republican majority on Capitol Hill will ...

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In One Night, We Showed That AMERICA Is Still Alive

The cheers. The sighs of relief. The glorious tears. Emotions were high all across the country on election night when it became clear that despite all the polling and punditry, Donald Trump would be the 45th president of the United States. And as the networks called the race, it struck many of us how improbable this outcome really seemed. Sure, ...

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Immigration Reform Must Include These Policies to Be Effective

If Congress is going to pursue true immigration reform over the next four years, it will have to include policies that go beyond hiring new Border Patrol agents and sending aerial drones to the Rio Grande. For as much as has been written over the last two years about walls, deportations, amnesty, and paths to citizenship, the following four steps ...

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A Dangerous Two Months: Are Our Enemies Plotting?

Domestically, no one expects much work to get done in Barack Obama’s so-called “lame duck” season – the 74 days between the election and next year’s inauguration. As a country, we’ve perfected the art of the slow presidential transition, a period of calm and stability that ensures a gradual and peaceful evolution of power. In 2008, that transition was more ...

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Trump: “We Can Finally Change This Broken System”

Donald Trump delivered the RNC’s Weekly Republican Address this week, asking voters to elect both him and a Republican Congress for a better future. “This is not just a campaign, it’s a movement,” Trump said. “It’s a once in a lifetime chance to take our government back from the donors and the special interests, and return the power to you, ...

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