“Instead, it was an example of how if libertarians play their cards right, they can utilize our inevitably polarizing governmental system to sneak in victories, that when you add them all up, are welcome steps in the right direction, especially for a country that has been in retrograde for too long.”
“Senator Paul typically keeps the holiday season cheery with his “Airing of Grievances” Festivus tweets (which will be coming this Sunday, despite the government shutdown), but this useful breakdown of where government funding is wasted was a welcome treat.”
“Despite Trump unfollowing Coulter, it seems he might have taken her criticism to heart, as his threats of not signing off on any bill that doesn’t fund the border wall are definitely pushing things along, at least in the House.”
“Every president for the past 50 years or so has promised to pull back on military power and respect life over foreign profit, and time and time again we’re entered into a pointless war or conflict because some general or adviser thought it was important at the time.”
As news broke today that Senator John McCain wouldn’t be supporting the new Republican healthcare bill, I lost whatever little faith I had in the Republican Party and the political establishment. I’ve mentioned before that health care and immigration are the two greatest concerns of this nation’s citizens, and Republicans have gained their newfound party […]
The irony here is that this blatant domestic terror attack did nothing for the political conversation in this nation. If Scalise’s armed security hadn’t been there, it’s safe to say that most of those Republican congressmen would have been killed today. If the roles had been reversed, and the shooter was a Trump supporter firing on Democrats, we wouldn’t hear the end of this day. If this man hadn’t been a manipulated pawn, radicalized by leftist hate speech, we would have heard every Hollywood figurehead and pop star crying about gun regulation. Instead, we get none of that.