Trump’s Cabinet nominees remain bogged down and Republicans are sharply divided on health care and taxes.
Monday in California at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, former Obama White House chief of staff and current Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Democrats needed to “take a chill pill” and prepare for a long-term build up of the party.
While the rest of the Republican establishment was in full-fledged panic that Donald Trump was marching to the nomination, Kevin McCarthy made a different calculation altogether.
I find it rather humorous that the progressive socialist left is up in arms because Christians from the Middle East are receiving priority entry into the United States. Funny, we heard nothing from the left when these same Christians were being refused entry, and many — Assyrians, Chaldeans, and Copts — had family already established here in America.
Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) is defending President Trump, saying officials poorly rolled out his orders blocking the entry of refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The Obama administration official serving as acting chief had instructed lawyers there not to defend President Trump’s executive order.
Barack Obama has broken plenty of traditions during his time in office, and the outgoing president is yet again breaking another one, this time regarding former presidents jumping into the political fray after their term is up. Keep Reading
During his confirmation hearing Tuesday morning, Attorney General-designate Sen. Jeff Sessions took on questions from fellow Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) involving the issue of same-sex marriage. Keep Reading
Glenn Beck and the gang discuss the various candidates who have been proposed as replacements for the departing Megyn Kelly at Fox News. While replacing the host of one of the most-viewed programs in all of cable news is a daunting task, some of the suggested hosts may have the journalistic talents and popular following to meet the challenge. Keep Reading
As the 115th Congress was sworn in on Tuesday, Planned Parenthood bemoaned “the most dangerous moment” in its history — and one conservative lawmaker says the organization should have “every reason to be concerned.”