Civil Rights & Democrats

Today, it’s most hypocritical on the part of Democrats to spout off about Civil Rights, racism and Jim Crow at Republicans when in the mid-Sixties, they were the ones... Read more »

Tax Reform Passes Senate

A huge 24 hours on Capitol Hill… This morning around 1:00am, the Tax Reform Bill passed the Senate 51-48. Inside the bill, along with the reduced tax rates for... Read more »

First Hurdle Down… One More to Go!

The House just passed the Tax Reform and now it heads to the Senate for a final vote – with the strong hope it lands on President Trump’s Desk... Read more »

THE BIG EMPTY: Rosenstein Hearing

By this point, many of you have heard the highlights of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s big day on the Hill. Interestingly, he offered nothing in the way of... Read more »

A Political Ruse: Franken Schmanken

Is there anyone reading this not familiar with Al Franken (D-MN) and his lurid past as a comic whom engaged in tasteless jokes and unwitting banter? After allegations (and... Read more »

Rokita Pushes SLAP Act: Is it Real or just a Totemistic Response?

In the wake of the Kate Steinle verdict, the Hill Republicans are now kicking heels on a bill proposed on January 10, 2017 which addresses the never-ending issue of... Read more »

Can We Really Trust the FBI?

This morning on Fox & Friends, former Utah Congressman,Jason Chaffetz, was interviewed about the new revelations regarding the FBI’s handling of the Clinton Email investigation – along with all... Read more »

The New “SLAP Act” could hit Sanctuaries in a Big Way!

Reported this morning, there is a new bill approaching completion, Stopping Lawless Actions of Politicians (SLAP) Act, is being created to ensure local cooperation between ICE and law enforcement.... Read more »

Ryan’s Latest Betrayal

Well, it seems our Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is at it again, thwarting what Americans voted for last November and he’s unabashed in his disdain for everything... Read more »

TAX CUTS: Is it a good thing?

As it stands the average American worker works six months of every calendar year to pay their taxes… this is not only irresponsible it is highway robbery considering what... Read more »

Should Congress Lose Their Healthcare Exemption?

There’s always more than one way to skin a rat and this situation is no exception to that rule. Many people suffering under Obamacare have begun the tom-tom shouts... Read more »