The indictment of former President Trump weakens the Constitution, the Article II presidency and endangers the civil society

By Robert Romano The New York City District Attorney’s Office with its reported imminent indictment— Fox News is reporting an arraignment could come as soon as next week —of former President Donald Trump, a political opponent who is once again running for president in 2024, using a creative reading of the law on non-disclosure agreements, is just the latest in […]


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Townhall: When Winning Elections Means Actually Winning On Policy, We Celebrate


Democrats are on Dangerous Ground with Non-College Minorities Too  

By Bill Wilson The Democratic party’s issues appealing to working class white voters are well documented, but new analysis shows the radical left is isolating itself from working class minorities without a college education too. There have been warning signs for years now that the disastrous economic and social agenda adopted by party elites […]


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Here’s why the White Non College Vote Will be Pivotal in 2024

By Manzanita Miller Former President Trump is kicking off his 2024 reelection campaign with packed rallies across the country, while presumptive challenger Gov. Ron DeSantis appears to be laying the groundwork for a formal announcement soon. Early polling shows relatively strong differences in how the […]


CISA scrubs ‘disinformation’ web page to remove the fact it ‘rout[es] disinformation concerns’ to ‘appropriate social media platforms’ to censor you

By Robert Romano The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the censorship agency everyone has been talking about, has scrubbed its Misinformation, Disinformation and Malinformation (MDM) webpage, https://cisa.gov/mdm to remove any mentions of interacting with “appropriate social media platforms” to “route disinformation concerns”. How malinformative, to use the […]


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Why is the U.S. interfering with Israel’s domestic politics? State Dept. calls on Israel to ‘pump the brakes’ on proposed judicial reforms, backs nationwide protests.

By Robert Romano After Benjamin Netanyahu secured 64 seats in Israel’s legislature, the Knesset, in Nov. 2022 , leading to his sixth term as the country’s prime minister, one of the major domestic policy pushes has been to reform the country’s judiciary to give the ruling party more power to make appointments via the Judicial Selection Committee by […]

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