Patrick Howley

Patrick Howley is editor in chief of Big League Politics.

Roy Moore Proves Media Only Destroys Itself in Elections

 

The media tells Judge Roy Moore that his Christian views have no place in this time period dominated by hectoring progressivism and moral rot across all civic and cultural institutions. He is, they say, a relic, a demographic outlier, a dangerous radical sticking his backward ideas in the gears of change just as their bandwagon […]

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Dear President Trump: Stick With Populism, Not Gary Cohn

 

Dear Mr. President, As a supporter of yours since Day One, I feel the need to write to you. Stay true to populist nationalism, sir. I know you believe in it. It carried you over the goal line in the Midwest to victory. If you stick with it, you can be a once-in-a-lifetime transformational political […]

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Democratic Senators Have Seen No Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion

 

Top Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Thursday that they have not yet seen any evidence that the Donald Trump campaign colluded with the Russians during the 2016 election, even as hearings meant to probe the unsubstantiated claims dominate Capitol Hill. “I think, uh. I haven’t seen the evidence because it hasn’t been […]

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The Present Danger Facing Trump & Co.

 

Activists are targeting President Donald Trump, his family, his Cabinet picks, and key intellectual figures in the populist nationalist movement with violent harassment and “assassination”-related imagery. President Trump has been targeted with more than 12,000 assassination-themed tweets and a cover story in the Irish magazine Village showing his head with a target and the caption “Why Not.” […]

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White House: We’re Going To Do ‘Everything We Can’ on Betsy DeVos — Education Pick Tied At 50-50

 

The White House is coming out to fight for President Donald Trump’s Education Secretary pick Betsy DeVos. DeVos’s confirmation is deadlocked in a 50-50 heat, with Vice President Mike Pence expected to kick DeVos over the goal line. But liberal activists and teacher unions are going into overdrive to try to flip vulnerable establishment Republican […]

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Washington Post Reporters Openly Defend Their Anti-Trump Bias

 

Washington Post reporters made clear their anti-Donald Trump bias in a little-noticed Twitter exchange Monday. Post staff writer Joe Heim and reporter Dave Weigel openly admitted that they overlook the outrageous calls for anti-Trump violence coming from the Left, while continuing to flog progressive narratives and glorify protesters of the president. “In today’s print edition of […]

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Progressive Cabal Holds Holds Freakout Session To Plan Attacks Against Steve Bannon

 

A cabal of progressive operatives met Sunday night in New York City for a public strategy session that was promoted by the hashtag #DeleteAltRight. New York State Senator Brad Hoylman hosted the conspiratorial gathering at the SVA Theatre in Chelsea, using the tagline “What You Need To Know About the Alt-Right and White Nationalism.” The […]

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Democrat Attacks on Tom Price Expose Their Own Destruction of Medical Device Industry

 

President Trump’s pick for Health and Human Services Secretary, Tom Price, is facing unfair attacks from a Democratic Party and liberal media hoping to undermine Trump’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. The line of attack targeting Price is actually counterproductive for Democrats, because it exposes one of the most insidious aspects of the Obamacare […]

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Democratic Leadership Races Show Massive Weakness

 

The Democratic Party’s political institutions are showing massive weakness, as the party seeks to move forward from its across-the-board loss in this month’s elections. Incoming Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen is taking over as chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), it was announced Friday. Van Hollen is a mere senator-elect, and his prior […]

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New Online Encyclopedia Chronicles Warren’s Past

 

Cornell Law School professor and high-profile conservative blogger William Jacobson has launched a new website, ElizabethWarrenWiki.org, to definitively compile all of the information on the background of Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren. “I decided after the election that I didn’t want this information to get lost. No single place brought it all together. So I […]

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