Stephen Kruiser

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

Los Angeles Wastes Taxpayer Money Painting Streets to Fight Climate Change

 

Yes, painting streets. Having just recently extricated myself from the City of Angels after twenty-two years there, I can recite a litany of taxpayer abuses almost reflexively. Big American cities that have been run by liberals for decades never have a second thought about burdening their citizens, often for the most insane, feel-good, liberal reasons. […]

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Maybe Mueller Wants to Be Fired

 

There is a lot of consternation out there in Trump-hating land that the president may finally soon tire of Robert Mueller’s meandering witch hunt investigation and fire the special prosecutor. So worried are the president’s detractors that they’re getting Congress involved: A bill designed to protect Mueller from being fired by the president is set […]

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No Stormy Times Here-Trump’s Approval Rating Highest It’s Been in a Year

 

Were one to limit oneself to MSM social media accounts, one would think that there are only two real political stories that Americans care about right now: The Million Brat March for gun control and Stormy Daniels. Media outlets have been crowing on Twitter about the ratings for the “60 Minutes” interview with Daniels on […]

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CNN Calls Former Ambassador John Bolton a ‘Talking Head’

 

When it was announced on Thursday that Ambassador John Bolton would be President Trump’s new National Security Adviser, CNN couldn’t wait to give the news its Trump-hating worst: President Trump hires a talking head – again. Fox News commentator John Bolton is replacing H.R. McMaster as national security adviser. https://t.co/FppJUddSi3 pic.twitter.com/ihDcFbTDJE — CNNMoney (@CNNMoney) March […]

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Fake News Peddlers Assure Us Fake News Isn’t Influential

 

An interesting item popped up in America’s newspaper of record on Tuesday and it featured this headline: Fake News and Bots May Be Worrisome, but Their Political Power Is Overblown That’s right, after more than a year of breathless “reporting” about foreign influence on the 2016 election that portrayed the electorate as being more malleable […]

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Democrats’ November Landslide Fever May Be Premature

 

For as long as President Trump has been in office, Democrats and their media mouthpieces have been eagerly looking forward to the 2018 midterm elections. Not only are midterms historically favorable to the party not in the White House, but the hope from the left is that the constant negative din the MSM keep up […]

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Trump’s Greatest Achievement May Be the Worsening Agony of the NY Times Op-Ed Writers

 

As we are about to begin Year Two of the Trump era in Washington, there are a lot of things to like from year one. Tax reform. Gutting regulations. A return of presidential respect and support for law enforcement. The most entertaining aspect to this presidency as far as I am concerned is the way […]

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Annoying to the End — Jeff Flake Publicly Writes Check to Roy Moore’s Challenger

 

This guy. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) is being unceremoniously run out of office after one term because he so utterly failed his constituents in my native state of Arizona. That was largely accomplished by morphing from a legitimately conservative representative in the House to an unsavory version of “John McCain Lite” in the Senate. The modus […]

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Thought Police Tell UK PM May That ‘Pregnant Women’ Is Offensive Because it Excludes Transgender People

 

These are heady times for fans of dystopian future literature. They no longer have to read about their favorite subject-we are all living it now. When the leftists aren’t trying to ruin Halloween with talk of cultural appropriation (an absurd notion in a society that prizes its melting pot status), they’re busy telling us what […]

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Trump’s Twitter Habit Is Good for RNC Coffers

 

For over ten months now, we’ve heard complaints from all over the political spectrum about President Trump’s Twitter habit. Democrats and squish Republicans alike say that direct communication with the hoi polloi via something so common as a social media platform “isn’t presidential.” I’ve been defending his use of Twitter for months now. Other Republicans […]

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