Politics & Government

Trump State of the Union Address – Content and Commentary

President Trump gave his State of the Union Address tonight before a packed house in Congressional chambers.  This was a speech that all Americans could follow and relate to. It is perhaps President Trump’s most “presidential” speech ever, no controversial statements, nothing that could offend. It was peppered with personal stories that lifted the emotional content of the speech very ...

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Make-or-Break NAFTA Talks Begin in Montreal

Mexican and Canadian officials met in Montreal this weekend to discuss proposals aimed to convince the United States to stay in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Chief negotiators will arrive Tuesday to begin the sixth round of talks, which are scheduled to end on January 29th. Proposals will start with agriculture, energy, and Trump’s demand to increase American-made ...

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The blame for the government shutdown is obvious

Whether it is because they live in their own bubble of virtual reality or because they think they can get away with lying, Democrats create false narratives to advance their agenda.  It is probably a little of the first and a lot of the second.  Part of the reason they can fib with abandon is because they know the Big ...

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Trump Delivers on Promise to Cut Government Payrolls

While on his campaign trail, President Donald Trump promised to cut government spending down. So far, he has done that by employing a leaner workforce at government agencies. But Trump isn’t reshaping the federal bureaucracy by firing thousands, instead he has left jobs unfilled. “I tell my people, ‘Where you don’t need to fill slots, don’t fill them,’” said Trump to ...

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FCC Chairman Calls to Regulate Social Media

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says there should be more transparency in how sites like Facebook and Google restrict conservative content. His comments come days before the FCC vote on whether to repeal “net neutrality” – a set of rules that currently forces Internet service providers (ISPs) to treat all web traffic equally. Without net neutrality, your ISP could slow down ...

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Good Trump vs. Bad Trump

Because of the east coast elitist liberal media’s obnoxious, unprofessional, distorted, biased and dishonest ad hominem attacks on President Trump, administration officials, Republicans in general, conservatives specifically and millions of Americans who support the policies of the aforementioned, my commentaries have generally been of a defensive nature in terms of the aforementioned. On the other hand, I have consistently expressed ...

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A Repeal Of Net Neutrality Could Undo The Net Gains Of The Tax Bill

On December 14, the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to debate regulations that were put in place just two years ago. At the heart of the hearing is whether the internet should be treated as a utility for communication or an information service. This might not seem like a big deal, but trust me it is. As it stands right ...

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Senate Passed the Tax Cut – Major Victory for Trump, GOP

Early Saturday morning the Senate passed its version of the tax overhaul plan with a vote of 51-49. This hands a major victory to Trump and the GOP, considered the first major legislation in this administration. President Trump has made this the centerpiece of his economic plan, claiming that business taxes have made America uncompetitive on the global stage. While ...

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