02.06.2019

Video: ALG President Rick Manning weighs in on State of the Union Address

02.01.2019

Cartoon: Big Game

01.30.2019

Time’s up on Democrat obstruction as Senate GOP considers ending 30-hour debate rule to get more judges

By Richard McCarty Republicans led by Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) are considering changing Senate rules to speed up the process of confirming nominees, and they should do so as soon as possible. In spite of continual Democrat obstruction, Republicans have done a good job of confirming judges. In fact, a total of 85 judges have […]

01.29.2019

Trump can close the deal on the wall in the Feb. 5 State of the Union address

By Robert Romano Now that the partial government shutdown is over — for now — President Donald Trump will get to formally deliver the annual State of the Union address on Feb. 5 . Undoubtedly, the White House will be looking to use the speech to close the deal on the border wall that has prevented a deal […]

01.28.2019

Stone indictment by Mueller pretty much shows Trump campaign had no inside advance knowledge of DNC, Podesta hacks

By Robert Romano One political purpose the indictment by Special Counsel Robert Mueller of Roger Stone , long-time friend of President Donald Trump and one-time adviser to his campaign, serves is to insinuate the Trump campaign had inside knowledge of the DNC and John Podesta hacks, which Mueller and U.S. intelligence agencies allege was perpetrated by Russian […]

01.28.2019

Observations from a very bizarre week in Washington, D.C….

By Rick Manning Point One: Senators Tom Cotton and Mike Lee made the right decision to oppose the funding bill offered by Majority Leader McConnell on Thursday, January 24th which included money for the wall for three reasons: First, it was a show vote that was not […]

01.25.2019

Use the government shutdown to reform the government

By Robert Romano By now, more than a month into the partial federal government shutdown, affected departments and agencies should be learning a lot about which of their non-essential employees are in fact simply not necessary in order to achieve their missions. Towards that end, the Office […]

01.24.2019

After Covington student smear, the liberal media cannot be trusted

By Richard McCarty The liberal media and social media’s hostility toward conservatives has once again been on full display this past week. Last Friday, a diverse group of hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers from across the country braved the chilly weather to attend the 46th Annual March […]

01.23.2019

Senate funding bill that includes $5.7 billion for the wall extends 2018 prohibition barring actually using the funds to build the wall

By Robert Romano If all you read was headlines, you might get the impression that the omnibus spending bill offered by the Senate to end the partial government shutdown includes full $5.7 billion funding for the wall. But you’d be wrong. “Senate GOP unveils omnibus bill to fund wall, reopen government,” […]

01.22.2019

Mueller debunks Buzzfeed story that Trump told Cohen to lie to Congress, proving fake news is real

By Robert Romano Citing “two federal law enforcement officials,” Buzzfeed made major headlines on Jan. 17 with its report that President Donald Trump had directed his former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a project to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. The bombshell report led to […]

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