With teleworking in place, GOP state governors should modernize their governments and deal with public sector unions

By Richard McCarty State and local government agencies are shutting down or having workers telecommute in response to the Chinese coronavirus, and now it is the time for GOP governors and legislatures to modernize their governmental operations, not just survive. It should be a good time to […]


Why is George Soros buying District Attorneys?

By Printus LeBlanc Last week the effort to turn Texas Blue failed in spectacular fashion. For weeks, the Democrat party believed they would be able to turn out more primary voters in Texas than Republicans. The leading Democrat to challenge Sen. Ted Cruz (R) in […]


Jeff Sessions is turning the Justice Dept. around

By Printus LeBlanc While everyone is wondering what was said and what was not said, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is quietly restoring the rule of law and eliminating the progressive leftist funding mechanisms installed by the Obama administration. It is time to recognize the excellent […]


Build that wall, Mr. Speaker

By Natalia Castro Click here to tell Congress to build the wall now! Whenever President Donald Trump brought up immigration on the campaign trail in 2016, his own voice was often drowned out by supporters shouting, “build the wall, build the wall!” Trump’s favorite social media platform, Twitter, has even been trending #buildthewall since before […]


Will Congress build Trump’s wall, or what?

By Robert Romano Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has all but promised to block any continuing resolution due April 28 that includes funding for the southern border wall and $18 billion of offsetting budget cuts to pay for it proposed by President Donald Trump. Speaking at a March 28 event organized by the National Council of La Raza, Schumer suggested , “Senate […]


Agency Accountability Act restores power of the purse

By Natalia Castro The power of the purse including that of raising revenue has been one of Congress’s greatest tools for balancing the power of the executive branch. However, a loophole in the law has allowed the executive branch to bypass Congress to raise funds […]


Obama-era cash for cronies under House fire

By Rick Manning As originally published at http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/civil-rights/320463-obama-era-cash-for-cronies-under-house-fire In 2014, the Justice Department settled two cases stemming from the financial crisis against Bank of America and Citigroup worth a combined $23.7 billion, $9.5 billion of which was supposed to go to so-called consumer relief. Shockingly, two of the big winners were the […]


Obama administration slows down deportations in another act of executive amnesty

By Natalia Castro When illegal immigration surged in 2014, President Obama and his administration were entrusted with handling the situation to ensure the safety and security of the American people. Yet two years later, illegal immigration levels have once again reached 2014’s peaks, and over […]


Will the Senate stop DOJ’s community organizing bonanza?

Obama's Transparency

By Dustin Howard Last year, the most translucent Administration in history had struck again, as it was discovered that the Obama’s Department of Justice (DOJ) was secretly shaking down Bank of America and CitiGroup to fund third party activist groups. In response to the Justice […]

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