These are not schools, they are Stalinist indoctrination camps

C/O Legal Insurrection By Printus LeBlanc It has been almost a week since the “student” walkout over school safety. After studying the event and the aftermath, it has become increasingly clear the walkout was nothing more than a political stunt. It had nothing to do […]


Restore Union Transparency

By Richard McCarty Union members deserve to know where their dues money is going. For too long, union members have been largely kept in the dark about their unions’ finances, which has allowed corrupt union bosses to line their pockets with their members’ money and […]


House GOP opposition to Trump’s steel tariffs blew the Pa. special election race

By Rick Manning Washington, D.C. House Republicans are scrambling to explain how they lost a special election in a Pennsylvania district that President Trump won by 20 points. It really is pretty simple. They still don’t have a clue how or why Trump won. The […]


Trump’s tough trade stance big winner in Pennsylvania special election

By Robert Romano The Republican versus Democrat split in the Pennsylvania 18th Congressional District special election shows a virtual tie between Rick Saccone and Conor Lamb, with Lamb with the slight edge. It was a district that President Donald Trump carried by 20 points, but […]


Thank you for the crumbs, Mr. President

By Rick Manning “Thank you, President Trump, for the crumbs.”  That is what the sign that hung over a small electrical business in North Beach, Maryland read. The message was clear, the tax cuts which former Speaker Nancy Pelosi called “crumbs” are making a positive […]


The GOP still doesn’t get President Trump and the American people on trade

By Robert Romano One of the principal reasons President Donald Trump won the Electoral College in 2016 was the tough stance he took specifically on global trade issues and their detrimental impacts on the U.S. economy and American workers. Trump’s blue collar economic message resonated […]


Agree or disagree with the steel and aluminum tariffs, trade warfare is already being waged against the U.S.

By Printus LeBlanc Last week the Trump administration announced it would impose a 25 percent tariff on imported steel and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum. Many in the media and were quick to lose their mind as usual. Before judging President Donald Trump’s […]


Anti-establishment, anti-euro parties prevail in Italy

By Robert Romano Almost a decade after the sovereign debt crisis began in Europe, with increasing sentiment for countries to withdraw from the Eurozone currency union, and for the first time in Italy, a narrow majority voted against the establishment parties. The trouble? The Italian […]


Living in the Lap of Luxury

By Richard McCarty According to a report it filed with the US Department of Labor, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) spent over $2.3 million at 4- to 5-star hotels around the world in 2016. (Data for 2017 is not yet available.) With so many […]


Trump’s steel tariffs protect national security, put end to $8 billion foreign aid to Canada, Mexico, South Korea and Brazil every year

By Robert Romano President Donald Trump is keeping the promise he made in 2016 and is protecting the American steel industry, instituting a 25 percent tariff across the board on steel imports. No nations are excluded. The move comes as the U.S. imported 34.5 million […]

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