Printus LeBlanc

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Can we please be honest about the Senate? It is a majority in name only.

By Printus LeBlanc The White House needs to accept the political reality of the Senate. Despite having 51 Republicans in the Senate, they do not have a majority and are facing a hostile Senate. All the evidence is in the numbers, and President Donald Trump must act […]


Now, we have a Constitutional Crisis

By Printus LeBlanc Since the election of President Trump, the media and progressives have been clamoring for a “constitutional crisis.” Well, they finally got the crisis, although it doesn’t appear to be the one they wanted. The actions of a senior Justice Department official have thrust the […]


Should the U.S. let its greatest adversary open up shop in southern California?

By Printus LeBlanc While the U.S. has been paying attention to the G7 summit and the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, another event that could have a major foreign policy and economic impact on America is unfolding before our very […]


Politicians across the country are once again proving they don’t care about American citizens

By Printus LeBlanc When American citizens go into a voting booth, they are supposed to believe the politician they are choosing to represent them on the local, state, and federal level has their interests at heart. Yet time and time again we see politicians, and their media […]


Congress must exercise its Article I power, or it will be deemed irrelevant

By Printus LeBlanc When the framers created the government, it was split into three coequal branches; the Congressional, Executive, and Judicial branches. Articles I through III describe the duties, responsibilities, and powers assigned to each branch of the government. However, one of those branches seems to be […]


Resist… Resist what?

C/O By Printus LeBlanc When President Donald Trump shocked the world and won the Presidency in 2016 something else equally shocking happened, an entire political party broke. The election of Trump broke the Democrat Party, and the “resistance” movement is proof. Almost every Hollywood star, Democrat politician, and […]


Rep. Gosar introduces amendment to hold out of control federal employee responsible. Will the rest of Congress back him up?

  By Printus LeBlanc The Holman Rule allows the House of Representatives to offer amendments to appropriations legislation that reduces the salary of a specific federal employee. The rule was created in 1876 but rescinded in 1983. The 115th Congress reinstated the rule hoping to trim the […]


President Trump is proving his policy of maximum pressure is working

By Printus LeBlanc President Donald Trump is giving a clinic to the former Obama administration and those in the State Department on how to negotiate. The President walked away from the horrendous Iranian nuclear deal, confronted the North Korean regime, and challenged NATO to live up to […]


In Stockton, Calif., crime does pay as Universal Basic Income goes into effect

By Printus LeBlanc Liberal progressive cities across the country are in dire straits. They are short on funds, high on unemployment and homelessness, and lack free market small government ideas. Stockton, Calif. is the latest progressive haven to push leftist ideas to solve problems it created. Stockton […]


Congress helped create the domestic rare earth minerals shortage—and now it can fix it

By Printus LeBlanc Last week an unknown Chinese phone company, ZTE, was thrust into the spotlight because of ongoing trade negations and sanctions talk. Members of the Senate and House were up in arms because President Trump was in discussions to lift or modify the sanctions on […]


Can the FBI be trusted?

Can the FBI be trusted? By Printus LeBlanc The FBI is in serious trouble, not just the people in the bureau that lied to the Office of Inspector General, fixed the Clinton investigation, and spied on a political campaign. The American people are losing confidence in the […]


Illinois is a fiscal basket case and raising property taxes would only make it worse

By Printus LeBlanc A recent report from the University of Illinois at Chicago named Chicago the most corrupt city in the U.S. with Illinois being the third most corrupt state. As expected, with corruption being the rule in Illinois, the state is a fiscal basket case. For decades corrupt politicians in the state made outlandish promises to […]


Seattle created its homelessness crisis; now it’s trying to make it worse

By Printus LeBlanc Seattle never learns. Seattle says it has a homelessness problem, which it does. The city says the problem is getting out of control and something needs to be done about it. Are the uber-liberal residents and politicians of the city stepping forward to house […]


No one should be surprised the Obama administration spied on political opponents

By Printus LeBlanc The New York Times finally admitted what many Republicans and President Donald Trump have been saying for almost a year, Trump’s 2016 campaign to become the President was spied on by the opposing party using government resources. It is not surprising President Barack Obama spied on Trump’s campaign, what is […]


Are illegal immigration amnesty Republicans trying to hand majority back to Pelosi?

By Printus LeBlanc The amnesty crowd on Capitol Hill is up to its old tricks again, still pushing the idea of rewarding bad behavior while ignoring the plights of law-abiding American citizens. With all the problems facing the country, illegal immigration amnesty seems to be the only […]

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