Trump Signs Executive Orders on Immigration

From the story: The first executive order called for the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, while the second involved various provisions relating to enforcement of immigration laws, including withholding federal grant money from sanctuary cities (CBS News).  And there’s more to come (CBS News).  California Democrats are...

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Mohler: First Days Of Trump

There is a prevailing myth in official Washington and it comes down to this: candidates run on one platform, but govern on another. President Trump, therefore, shattered expectations in his inaugural address when he made it clear that he would govern on the same platform he adopted as a candidate....

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Greg Thornbury: We Should Be Cheering DeVos

Greg Thornbury on WikiLeaks

When Betsy DeVos testified before the Senate education committee last week, she drew fire from Democrats who grilled her in the confirmation hearing. Their complaint was principally for two reasons: 1) She supports parents to make the decision where they want to send their children. School choice. 2) She has...

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Gregory Thornbury: Pro-Life Women Excluded

Greg Thornbury on WikiLeaks

On the day after the Presidential Inauguration, hundreds of thousands of women descended upon the national mall in Washington for the so-called, “Women’s March.” Curiously enough, however, some women were excluded from participating in the event: women’s groups who are pro life. That’s an odd exclusion, especially in light of...

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Black Congressman Received Hate Mail From Liberals Because He Attended Trump’s Inauguration

Larry Elder explains on his show that the left will turn on you if you ever deviate from leftist orthodoxy. Case in point? Emanuel Cleaver , a black Democratic U.S. representative, decided to attend the inauguration of Donald Trump and the left quickly turned on him even though he is a solid...

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Fontaine: “Obama’s Foreign-Policy Legacy: The Limits of American Restraint”

President of the Center for a New American Security Richard Fontaine joined the Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss his latest article for National Review, “ Obama’s Foreign-Policy Legacy: The Limits of American Restraint ” and how President Trump can improve America’s foreign policy particularly with regard to China and ISIS. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com....

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Hewitt: “I Tremble for My Country”

January 22 marked yet another anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. The legacy of that decision is a startling number: 58,586,256 million abortions. Shame, shame, shame on America. Over 58 million lives that were not led. 58 million lives of joy and promise, sorrow and triumph,...

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