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January 28, 2019
JOE KOVACS At just 23 years old, she's been prominently featured in magazines such as Maxim and Esquire, and has taken part in photoshoots for Vizcaya Swimwear. Not to mention she's also majoring in law via the Harvard Extension School, has published two books and is an accomplished figure skater.... (more)


January 26, 2019
DESERET NEWS Sen. Mitt Romney says President Donald Trump called Democrats' bluff in making a short-term deal to reopen the federal government to work out an agreement to fund border security and avoid another shutdown. "This decision to reopen government for three weeks basically says to the Democrats, 'OK, now put up or shut up,'" the Utah Republican said.... (more)


January 26, 2019
KURT SCHLICHTER Chill. Just chill. The wailing and gnashing of teeth on the hardcore conservative side over Trump's delaying action – really, a hudna – in the battle for the wall is way over the top and typically overdramatic. Trump's caved-in! We're doomed! Pelosi annihilated him with her master stratagems and it's all over for conservatism! Oh please. Lighten up, Francises, – and many of you are my pals. But you need this bucket of cold water. What happened Friday doesn't matter.... (more)


January 26, 2019
NEWSMAX The U.S. economy lost at least $6 billion during the partial shutdown of the federal government due to lost productivity from furloughed workers and economic activity lost to outside business, S&P Global Ratings said on Friday. President Donald Trump agreed on Friday to end the 35-day partial shutdown, the longest in history, without getting the $5.7 billion he had demanded from Congress for a border wall.... (more)


January 26, 2019
NEWSMAX White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says recent indicators for the U.S. economy show that America is the "hottest economy" in the world. The veteran financial guru and former Ronald Reagan adviser also predicted the next monthly unemployment report could shock naysayers. Kudlow said the economy will snap back from any "glitch" created by partial government shutdown.... (more)


January 26, 2019
NEWSMAX U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told countries at the United Nations on Saturday to "pick a side" on Venezuela, urging them to back Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido and calling for free and fair elections as soon as possible.... (more)


January 26, 2019
FOX 8 - CLEVELAND President Donald Trump has donated his salary from the third-quarter of 2018 to the federal agency that researches alcoholism and alcohol-related problems. The White House says Trump donated $100,000 to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Alcoholism is a personal issue for the president. His older brother, Fred Jr., died in 1981 after struggling with alcoholism, and the president has said he learned from his brother's experience.... (more)


January 25, 2019
THE EPOCH TIMES President Donald Trump announced on Jan. 25 that he had reached a deal with Congress to reopen the government for 21 days, giving lawmakers a window to negotiate a bipartisan bill that would fund a wall on the southern border. If no measure is passed by Feb. 15, Trump says he will use the executive power afforded to him by the Constitution to secure funding for the border wall.... (more)


January 25, 2019
WASHINGTON EXAMINER Senate Republicans are skeptical that Congress will be able to reach agreement on a deal in just three weeks to boost border security that includes funding for a border wall, as President Trump is demanding. On Friday, after Trump agreed to end the shutdown and give Congress a three-week period to find a deal, some were already saying a deal of this magnitude probably requires more time than Congress has.... (more)


January 25, 2019
NEWSMAX Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised the deal that will end the government shutdown but cautioned that Democrats need to hold up their end of the bargain. "I was glad to see today the president's announcement that he and our Democratic colleagues have reached an agreement that will immediately reopen the government while providing the room to negotiate a funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security," McConnell said on the Senate floor shortly after Trump announced that a deal had been struck.... (more)


January 25, 2019
CLIFF KINCAID The predawn raid on Roger Stone and his arrest are the latest developments in what is an obvious plan to force President Trump from office or impeach him. On the matter of border security, Trump looks weak and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi looks strong. The deal between the White House and congressional Democrats to negotiate over border security measures is a major loss for Trump. He has become toast for re-election because he has disappointed his base. The question now becomes how long he can survive as president.... (more)


January 25, 2019
JOSEPH FARAH You probably didn't hear FBI Director Chris Wray whining about what makes him really mad -- that some of his agents are not working because they're not getting paid during the government shutdown, forcing other agents to cover their assignments.... (more)


January 25, 2019
DAILY CALLER White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders openly wondered if the FBI would be raiding the homes of Hillary Clinton, James Comey and James Clapper Friday morning after Roger Stone's indictment.... (more)


January 25, 2019
DAILY CALLER Famed libel attorney Lin Wood announced Thursday that he would be representing Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School junior currently at the center of a media firestorm. Wood, who has earned the moniker "Lawyer for the Damned," has made a name for himself taking on media on behalf of those who believe they have been unfairly characterized.... (more)


January 25, 2019
WASHINGTON EXAMINER EDITORIAL A writer for the leftist Nation magazine opined in 2013, "Yes, the Venezuelan president could be a strongman," upon the Venezuelan dictator's death. "But he leaves behind what might be called the most democratic country in the Western Hemisphere."... (more)


January 24, 2019
BARBARA KRALIS New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has again threatened his people with extreme abortion legislation that only causes a further deChristianization of the state's culture. The degree of Gov. Cuomo's long-held secularization of his Catholic faith and morals continues to increase exponentially due to grave impoverishment of his conscience.... (more)


January 24, 2019
NEWSMAX Conservatives are outraged at leaders in New York after the state's legislature approved a bill that makes abortions legal up until a baby's due date. The state's Democrat-led Senate and Assembly passed the Reproductive Health Act on Tuesday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Catholic, marked the occasion by ordering several New York City landmarks to be lit in pink that evening.... (more)


January 24, 2019
NEWSMAX Ohio's new Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican, is pledging to sign into law a bill that would make abortions illegal once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. DeWine told radio host Hugh Hewitt he would sign the "heartbeat bill," legislation his predecessor John Kasich, also a Republican, vetoed last month before leaving office.... (more)


January 24, 2019
DAILY CALLER The nonpartisan Congressional Research Service (CRS) released a paper internally that suggests President Donald Trump may have the authority to use Department of Defense resources to build a wall without obtaining congressional approval or declaring a state of emergency.... (more)


January 24, 2019
FOX NEWS Mercedes Schlapp, the White House director of strategic communications, told Fox News on Thursday that President Trump is considering the option to declare a national emergency to force the construction of his long-promised border wall. The move-- which would certainly draw a legal fight-- could, in theory, allow the president to circumvent Congress and end the budget stalemate. Trump has said he wanted $5.6 billion for the project.... (more)


January 24, 2019
REP. TOM MCCLINTOCK (R-CA) The term "crisis" is chronically overused by politicians, but the numbers behind the debate over the "border crisis" speak for themselves. Between 16 and 29 million people are now living in the United States illegally, costing American taxpayers more than $100 billion a year.... (more)


January 24, 2019
TIMES OF ISRAEL U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday night he was postponing his State of the Union address until the partial government shutdown ends, yielding after a week-long showdown with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Following a high-stakes game of dare and double-dare, Trump conceded there was "no venue that can compete with the history, tradition and importance of the House Chamber" and that he was not looking for an alternate option after Pelosi served notice earlier Wednesday that he won't be allowed to deliver the address to a joint session of the US Congress next week.... (more)


January 23, 2019
NEWSMAX House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to call off President Donald Trump's State of the Union speech is "absurd, petty, and shameful," Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said Wednesday. "Speaker Pelosi's decision not to invite President Trump to deliver the State of the Union address sets a new low for American politics," Graham said in a statement.... (more)


January 23, 2019
WORLDNETDAILY An environmental group with Democratic socialist ties is calling on the University of Georgia to ban the popular restaurant Chick-fil-A from campus, calling it an "industrial, white supremacist, imperialist, capitalist cult." Campus Reform reported Athens EarthStrike is targeting Chick-fil-A for its use of non-compostable packaging and unsustainably-sourced poultry, according to the student publication the Red & Black.... (more)


January 23, 2019
JACK CASHILL To his credit, National Review editor Rich Lowry has apologized more than once for his and the publication's initial response to the flap at the Lincoln Memorial involving the kids from Covington Catholic. He has much to apologize for. In his initial response, without any apparent fact checking, Lowry commended the knee-jerk mea culpa of the Covington diocese, tweeting, "A necessary and appropriate apology."... (more)