Monday, March 8, 2021
Andrew C McCarthy
Thanks to Republican Senators Rand Paul (of Kentucky) and Mike Lee (of Utah), we might finally get on Syria what we were denied on Libya: a real debate among the American people’s representatives over congressional authorization of President Obama’s unilateral war-making in the Middle East. The Washington Examiner reports...
Spending in the Red
Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, the White House quietly released word that it intends to put out 3,400 new regulations next year.For those who’d like to check out the Obama administration’s proposed new government red tape, released Friday, it’s called the Unified Agenda.“The administration has been really aggressive on...
Tom Fitton
In Wake of Election Integrity Victory in Virginia, Judicial Watch, True the Vote Shift Focus to Indiana’s Dirty Voter Rolls Last week I reported to you that Judicial Watch and its partner the Allied Educational Fund (AEF) filed a “friend of the court” brief with the U.S. District Court...
GOP versus Tea Party
As we Republicans lick our wounds after a very humbling election, there is one thing that is an obvious lesson that we all must take away: We need more participation in our party structure from citizens willing to work for the GOP.We all have heard the mantra that...
Chuck Hagel Confirmation Hearing
Senator Jim Inhofe posted on his Facebook page and also has sent a letter letter urging members to vote against confirming former Senator Chuck Hagel (R–NE) for Defense Secretary. This letter follows on the heels of the letter from a group of 14 Senators urging President Obama to withdraw the...
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What a depressing choice the American people are being presented with this year.We are at a point in our history where we desperately need a change of direction in the White House, and we are guaranteed that we are not going to get it. The...
Sessions, Durbin Lead Bipartisan Group Of Senators Demanding Federal Investigation of SoCal Edison Sessions: “There is no ‘shortage’ of talented Americans, only a shortage of officials willing to protect them.” APRIL 9, WASHINGTON—U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest,...