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TOPIC: Donald Trump

Census Should Ask About Citizenship
05-16-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

American citizenship is the most valuable status in the history of the world, worth more than even Roman citizenship was. It is absolutely necessary that a census of the people in our country should i... Read More

Special Counsel Mueller or Grand Inquisitor?
05-11-2018
By: Nancy Thorner and Ed Ingold

Imagine a world where a special prosecutor was appointed and given authority higher than any official or appointee had heretofore been granted.  Imagine there were no bounds to his inquiries, and... Read More

Trump Eradicates the Deep State
05-11-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Trump Eradicates the Deep State The refreshing firing of McCabe was another shot across the bow in this comic-book-like struggle between the American people, led by Trump, and the dug-in Establishm... Read More

Trump Finds Friends and Enemies
05-10-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Trump Finds Friends and Enemies In March, the FBI’s own disciplinary office recommended the firing of its disgraced former deputy director, Andrew McCabe, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions p... Read More

Standing Up to Globalism
05-09-2018
By: John and Andy Schlafly

President Trump’s stand against world pressure for him to continue the one-sided deal with Iran is a defining moment in world history.  His announcement at 2 p.m. on Tuesday to terminate th... Read More

Pompeo Ushers In ‘Let Trump be Trump’
05-08-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Pompeo Ushers In ‘Let Trump be Trump’ CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who has long been a much stronger Trump supporter than Rex Tillerson ever was, will step into his new role as secretary o... Read More

Trump Ends Globalism at the State Department
05-07-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Trump Ends Globalism at the State Department Outgoing Rex Tillerson is, by all accounts, a very likeable guy, and no one wants to kick someone when he’s down. But President Trump was wise to ... Read More

Coaching the Caravan
05-02-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

The massive caravan of immigrants marching toward the U.S. southern border in April was expected to stop near Mexico City for two days while they attended “workshops, led by volunteer lawyers&rd... Read More

The 'Caravans' Are Coming
05-01-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

The ‘Caravans’ Are Coming During the Easter weekend, when many Americans were watching the college basketball championships, President Donald Trump kept his eye on America’s south... Read More

Trump Knows 'What Voters Want to Hear'
04-27-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly knew that Americans care about the threat of globalism. In her landmark 1964 book A Choice Not An Echo, she exposed that globalists of both parties conspired to make sure that only th... Read More

Travel Ban’s Moment of Truth for GOP, Court
04-25-2018
By: John and Andy Schlafly

After being routed in the 2016 presidential primaries, a motley band of unreformed Never Trump Republicans gathered this week to make their last stand in the Supreme Court.  They are asking the c... Read More

Today's George Washington
04-23-2018
By: Ed Martin

In a few minutes, our new George Washington will welcome French President Emmanuel Macron to Mount Vernon.  Like Washington, Donald J. Trump is a “master military strategist” who seek... Read More

Legislators Still 'Surrender Congress's Authority'
04-23-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

It seems as though Congress does its best to roadblock President Trump’s pro-America agenda at every turn. They takes continual prodding to get even the most common sense measures passed. Just a... Read More

Trump Should Turn to His Solicitor General
04-18-2018
By: John and Andy Schlafly

    The most powerful position in the world has apparently become one of the weakest, with the spectacle of the office, home and even hotel room of President Trump’s own attorney being... Read More

Social Media Monopolies Advance Leftist Agenda
04-13-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

In 2017, Google fired one of its highly paid engineers, James Damore, merely for raising questions about his company’s “diversity and inclusion” programs and policies. In a thoughtfu... Read More

Social Media at Fault for Russian Interference?
04-12-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

Despite his headline-grabbing indictment of Russian nationals for interfering with the U.S. election, special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion between any Russians and the Trump c... Read More

Winning the ‘Trade War’ with China
04-11-2018
By: John and Andy Schlafly

From the day he announced for president, Donald Trump spoke of how the United States was losing ground to other countries, especially China, in international trade.  We’re not winning anymo... Read More

Victimized High School Triumphed where Olympics Failed
04-09-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

After the poor showing by the U.S. men’s hockey team at the Winter Olympics, it was inspiring that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas boys’ hockey team of Parkland, Florida captured the state ch... Read More

What's the Big Deal About Tariffs
04-06-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

As talk about tariffs engulfs much of our news, many are left asking: just what is a tariff and what does it do? Tariffs are much like the out-of-state tuition that state colleges charge students w... Read More

How Trump Wins on Trade
04-05-2018
By: Ryan Hite, Jordan Henry, John and Andy Schlafly

When President Trump announced he would impose tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum, naysayers of both parties rushed to the nearest microphone or camera. Pundits and politicians alike pretended... Read More

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