Capitol Desk
by | Feb 6, 2019

The State of the Union was a home run. Democrats will learn about something Republicans suffered through with Clinton: Triangulation. Jobs? Check. Rising wages? Check. Tugging heartstrings? Check. Masterful communication? Check. The libs at the networks struggled to get their…

by and | Feb 1, 2019

Howard Schultz, the chairman emeritus of Starbucks, ponders an independent presidential bid. Democrats dumped cold water, in a trenta-sized cup, on the idea. “Don’t Help Elect Trump, You Egotistical Billionaire F***” one heckler shouted at Schultz, while his online brethren…

by | Jan 22, 2019

I can still picture the scene as the heavyweight champ looked into the eyes of his most formidable opponent to date as they stood in the ring preparing for what some were already calling “the Showdown.” Before I tell you…

by | Jan 21, 2019

On January 30, 2018, President Trump delivered a State of the Union message that was extremely well received by the American people whatever their party affiliation, and very poorly received by the Democrat members of the Senate and House. How…

by | Jan 20, 2019

Washington The partial government shutdown will end when both sides think they are losing the political war that started it — and not before then. Yes it can end if one side caves, or if President Donald Trump declares a…

by | Jan 5, 2019

My Fellow Americans: We are nearing the first month of a government shutdown — which is in reality a closing of about 30 percent of the federal government, focusing on non-essential services — and I am here tonight to tell…

by | Jan 19, 2017

The Democrats know they are in trouble, but they probably don’t know just how deep the trouble is. At the national level the party is now further out of power than it’s been since 1928. This lack of power and…

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