11.15.2019

If the State Dept., Yovanovitch and Ukraine were all concerned about Hunter Biden at Burisma, then why aren’t Trump and Zelensky allowed to be concerned, too?

By Robert Romano Even former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch was concerned about Hunter Biden’s appointment to Burisma Holdings’ board of directors in 2014, and the potential for a conflict of interest with having the son of the Vice President serving in a company under active […]

11.15.2019

Contrary to the liberal media’s narrative, there was no blue wave in the recent state elections

By Richard McCarty Because they want you to convince you that Trump has no chance of winning next year, the liberal media would like for you to believe that there was a massive blue wave that washed across the country last week, but that is just not […]

11.15.2019

Cartoon: MAGA Shield

11.14.2019

Democrats’ star witness Ambassador George Kent admits Ukraine, Burisma are corrupt and needed to be investigated

By Robert Romano One of Democrats’ star witnesses, Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs George Kent, admitted in testimony on Nov. 13 that the Ukrainian natural gas firm, Burisma Holdings, is corrupt, the head of the company awarded gas exploration leases to himself when he was in government, is assumed […]

11.12.2019

Illegal immigration down 63.5 percent from peak in May after U.S.-Mexico deal, proof that Trump’s tariff threat worked

By Robert Romano Apprehensions on the southern border fell for the fourth consecutive month to 52,546 in September from a peak of 144,116 in May, a 63.5 percent drop, reflecting a major slowdown in migration according to the latest data from Customs and Border Patrol — and it all proves that President Donald’s tariffs […]

11.12.2019

Cartoon: Schiff Justice

11.11.2019

With the out of control national debt now $23 trillion, Congress must freeze spending

By Rick Manning While Democrats like to blame the Trump tax cuts for recent deficits, the fact is that federal tax revenues increased in both FY 2018 and FY 2019. Deficits grew because spending outpaced revenue growth. Rather than worsening deficits, the Trump tax cuts might actually […]

11.11.2019

Did Yovanovitch lie about contacting committee staff about the so-called whistleblower complaint and a ‘do-not-prosecute’ list in Ukraine?

By Robert Romano Two days after the anonymous CIA so-called whistleblower complaint was filed with the Intelligence Community Inspector General’s office on Aug. 12, alleging President Donald Trump had leveraged military assistance to Ukraine in exchange for cooperation in investigations of any Ukrainian origins of the false allegations by intelligence […]

11.08.2019

The President has authority to withhold appropriated funds under law, including military assistance to Ukraine while considering a deferral or rescission

By Robert Romano If the President is considering whether to defer or rescind military assistance to a foreign country, but has not yet made a decision to do so under the Impoundment Control Act, is he required to notify Congress? That’s what Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) […]

11.08.2019

Cartoon: Triggered

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