Posts Tagged ‘ Donald Trump ’

Gay Paree

Gay Paree

  Of European cities which have been irrevocably transformed by mass migration from the Muslim world, Paris does not rank at the top of the list. A quarter of its population isn’t Muslim, like the gang-infested, crime-ridden former port city of Marseille, nor a fifth, like the jihadist hotbed of Roubaix. However, the outraged...
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Sweden and Fake News

Sweden and Fake News

  Rigidly defending the President’s precise formulations will always pose a problem for his supporters. I think even his staunchest backers will acknowledge that Donald Trump isn’t Churchillian in his eloquence. That said, nearly every time he is assailed by his pseudo-sophisticated, morally inverted critics in the culturally Marxist press, it turns out that...
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The Next Secretary Of Labor?

The Next Secretary Of Labor?

Update: Cathy Hoilman asks if the President caved on amnesty.  Watch President Trump make the announcement live.
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Routine Procedure

Routine Procedure

Update: A felony conviction rate of over 70 percent.  The hysterical reaction among open borders fanatics to this weekend’s ICE raids merely serves to illustrate how the President’s opposition continues to not take him seriously. Despite the repeated comparisons to every tinhorn dictator, strongman and despot the world over, from Vladimir Putin to, naturally,...
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The Hammer Falls

The Hammer Falls

    Update: Plot twist.  The White House won’t immediately appeal this ruling.  Josh Blackman has an interesting post explaining the possible paths going forward for the Trump administration.  The temporary restraining order against President Trump’s executive order is still in effect, as you probably know. Josh Blackman has a good analysis of the...
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The Daily Rattle (Trump Edition)

The Daily Rattle (Trump Edition)

According to a recently published study, over 27 billion dollars in federal grants and direct payments are awarded to sanctuary cities, although that figure probably doesn’t take into account the recent designations of the Borough of Prospect Park and Cincinnati as such. One need only recall the names of Adrienne Shelly, Jamiel Shaw Jr. and...
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Separation Of Powers

Separation Of Powers

  The big news to come out of the President’s first weeks in office is a federal judge enjoining his executive order blocking immigration from 7 nations of concern. The motion by the Trump administration for an emergency stay has been denied by the 9th Circuit, a decision which bodes ill for its ultimate fate,...
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Loose Talk

Loose Talk

Update: CIS has published a backgrounder on this agreement.  Whatever adjectives can be used to describe our new President, ‘diplomatic’ is not one which springs readily to mind. His phone conversation with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull merely serves to reinforce a reputation for bluntness that was already solidified within the public imagination. In...
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Moving Forward (Jeff Sessions Is Approved)

Moving Forward (Jeff Sessions Is Approved)

The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved the nomination of Jeff Sessions on a party-line vote, which means his nomination will be voted upon by the full U.S. Senate. This as the Democrats in that body continue their unprecedented obstruction of President Trump’s Cabinet-level appointees.
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President Trump’s SCOTUS Pick (Watch Live)

Update: Reason has a detailed analysis of Judge Gorsuch’s judicial philosophy.  There are 2 Senate Democrats who have signaled a willingness to vote on President Trump’s SC nominee. Here’s a brief overview of Neil Gorsuch, courtesy of NPR.
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